The Pristine Story: Springing Ahead

Since the last episode of the Pristine Story, we've been busy as springtime bees!

Since announcing our launch at Brown University, we've gone live at three additional hospitals, with several more coming in May. We're holding back on PR for a bit, but will have some big announcements in the coming weeks, so keep an eye out for those.

We're not just busy at home, though...


Dr. Paul Porter (from Brown University) and Kyle will be presenting at the National Healthcare Innovation Summit in Boston.

They'll discuss Brown's experience using Glass for telemedicine in the ER, and present data on how Pristine's solutions dramatically improve efficiency in the care delivery system.


If you're headed to the American Telemedicine Association Annual Meeting in Baltimore, come visit us at Booth #1814. We'll be the ones in clever T-shirts and Google Glass.

In fact, we're giving away a Google Glass unit to one lucky ATA attendee, so make sure to stop by our booth and enter our raffle!

Engineering Update
Our engineers led the most recent meeting of the Austin Google Developer Group (GDG) diving into the innards of WebRTC on Android.

Keep an eye on The Looking Glass (our engineering blog) over the next few days for more on how Pristine uses WebRTC, our slides from the GDG meeting, and more.
Finally, while it may be busy in the land of Pristine, we still find time to commit our thoughts to prose. To wit, our recent blog post (penned by Kyle) that examines the difficulty in reducing the cost of care.

And if you need more material to for your week's reading. There's plenty more analysis, commentary, and forward-looking thought on our blog. Enjoy!

That's it for this installment of the Pristine Story, stay tuned for more!

Until next time,