Healthcare is too important to be closed.

We live in a closed healthcare system.

The algorithms that drive our care to our clinical and life data to hospital and treatment pricing, are governed by blackbox services.

By using these closed systems, we are actively designed out of the decision-making process, in favor of corporate “optimized care” for optimized returns (vs optimized health outcomes). The crooked biases built into software, implemented with intent or accidentally, need interrogation, citizen collaboration, and correction.

It’s our health.

Our very lives are at stake.

We demand that our healthcare services be open

to inspect and correct bias,

to be accessible for rapid innovation and evolution,

and to become more valuable as more patients, clinicians, clinics, companies, and governments engage in healthcare for all.


We imagine, design, build, ship, and deliver open source healthcare services.

Our focus is

  1. Policy Visualization & Evaluation
  2. Patient Health Literacy
  3. Encounter & Decision Support

Policy Visualization & Evaluation:

Determinants of Health Poster

Social Determinants of Health
Next evolution is an interactive analysis tool for shaping policy. [Fund for $250K]

Patient Health Literacy:

Encounter & Decision Support:

Self-Documenting Health Encounters [Fund for $250K]
Returning to the days of time spent caring for the patient and not for data entry.

Health Receipt [Fund for $100K]
A clear, concise, and transparent receipt of a patient visit – from diagnoses to dollars.

Our Goals


  • secure $250k in funding
  • design and prototype SDoH policy eval tool
  • design self-documenting health encounter service


  • secure $500k in funding
  • launch SDoH policy tool v.1
  • design + prototype self-documenting health encounter service, 100 patients, 3 clinicians


  • $1MM funding
  • 10,000 patients; 2 clinics

Our partners on publicly funded projects

California Health Care Foundation Crossover Health National Institutes of Health PCORI