A community enabling self-care, care giving and research.

So what can you do with Health-ePeople?

Powered by q_32 Quantextualized

your health & fitness Data

Create a comprehensive health record

with others like you

Give support. Get support.

for your loved ones

Get peace of mind

your data for public good

Help advance science and find cures

Collect your health & fitness data

Enter your data or upload your documents
Download from Blue Button, HealthVault or patient portals (hospitals, labs and pharmacies).
Connect and import data from over 200 fitness trackers, apps and medical devices.
Gather more data for a better view of your health.

Create your comprehensive health record

  • Track your health & fitness:
    • Physical activities (steps, running, workout & sports)…
    • Weight
    • Blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol…
    • Medical conditions & Treatments…
    • And more….
  • Health-ePeople organizes this data to create your seamless Personal Health Record.
  • Easy-to-read dashboards and graphs accessible on any device at anytime.
Health-ePeople in your hands!


Analyze your personalized health reports

  • Get advanced analytic reports:
    • Descriptive – based on your individual data
    • Diagnostic – based on standardized guidelines
    • Prescriptive – from evidence based recommendations
    • Predictive – state-of-the-art analysis using thousands of data points
  • Compare your health with others like you (age, gender, ethnicity etc.).
Know more. So you can do more – yourself.
Coming  soon


We connect and collect data from 200+ apps & devices

  • Fitness Apps: Apple Health, Google Fit, Moves……
  • Fitness Trackers: Fitbit, Jawbone, Garmin….
  • Wireless Medical Devices: BP & Heart Rate Monitors, Glucometers, Scales, Thermometers and more….

So, no matter which device you use now or switch to, rest assured that your health record won’t miss a beat!

Always connected. Always updated.


Why Join?



Health-ePeople is a powerful research platform
powered by YOU!

So, whether you are healthy or with a condition, you can help!

  • Premium Membership is Free!
  • Join our research panels
  • Elect to participate in studies, as many or few, your choice
  • Earn points. Get Rewards.
Help Advance Science and Find Cures!

Join Us!

We are serious about your privacy & security.
Really serious!

  • Your data in your control!
    • No one can see your Personal Health Record without your permission.
  • You decide what data to collect.
    • You decide if, what and with whom to share it.
  • We follow the same HIPAA procedures as your healthcare providers to maintain your privacy.
  • We encrypt your Personal Identifiable Information (PII) and health data at the individual user-level and store it separately.
  • All data is secured using 256-bit encryption during transmission and storage.
  • Our application and your data is hosted on Amazon’s Web Services (AWS) cloud and protected by state-of-the-art firewalls.
Private. Secure. Encrypted.

Connect With Others Like You


Whether healthy or with a condition, Health-ePeople helps you connect, share experiences and improve lives. With mutual consent.
Share your experience to improve your health and the health of others!
Give encouragement or get support to reach your goals or improve your health.
Give Support. Get Support.

Care For Your Loved Ones

  • Watch over your loved ones remotely, with their permission of course.
  • Coordinate and share care with your family members.
  • You decide what to monitor, when, how and
    who will receive alerts.
Coordinate Care. Share Care.


Next Generation Remote Care Management

  • Connect to the state-of-the art wireless devices
  • Monitor vital health information:
    • Weight, physical activity, heart rate
    • Blood pressure, blood sugar
    • Sleep patterns, movement and more…
  • Health-ePeople automatically records all this data in the Personal Health Record of your loved one
Care Beyond Boundaries


Location Aware Remote Care


Health-ePeople lets you monitor the movements of your loved ones

  • Uses smartphone sensors and proximity-aware beacons that you place
  • Track trips to the bathroom or time spent in any room


Health-ePeople lets you set up a Geofence – a virtual perimeter

  • Uses smartphone sensors to track movement outside
  • Know when your loved one leaves or enters the perimeter
Care Beyond Boundaries

Monitor Vital Health Information.
At A Glance.

  • Track vital measurements such as blood pressure and sugar levels of your loved ones on a dashboard.
  • Vital signs are color coded to alert you when they go above or below the thresholds that you set.
Know Before It Becomes a Problem


Share your data for the public good



Health-ePeople is a powerful research platform
powered by YOU!

So, whether you are healthy or with a condition, caregiver or care recipient you can help!

  • Premium Membership is Free!
  • Willingness to participate in Research makes you a Citizen Scientist (Congratulations!)
  • Connect with others like you and share your experience.
  • Earn points. Get Rewards (electronic gift cards or donate points).
Help Advance Science and Find Cures!

Join us


We believe everyone deserves an equal opportunity to a long, healthy & productive life


We provide a trusted space to equip, enable, empower and engage Healthy-ePeople


When spoken by our community of Citizen Scientists, Caregivers and Researchers


We are a passionate team of experts, with decades of experience, making a difference in personalized health, care and research

Why we do it

Because everyone deserves an equal opportunity to a long, healthy and productive life

We Believe

  • Health is a human right and knowledge is a public good.
  • Each of us has a responsibility to promote a culture of health where everyone has an equal opportunity to a long and healthy life.
  • Our most valuable resource is collective knowledge. Together we share our data and knowledge for the benefit of mankind.
  • Self Care + Medical Care = Health Care

What we do

We provide a trusted space to equip, enable, empower and engage Health-ePeople

  • Equip
    You to digitize your health data making it ever more discoverable & actionable
  • Enable
    You to create comprehensive, integrated health records accessible anywhere, anytime
  • Empower
    You with data and knowledge to lead a healthy life and share it to advance science
  • Engage
    You with family and others like you, to learn, to share and to care for yourself & each other

Says a lot

When spoken by our community of citizen scientists, caregivers and researchers

“It is amazing that I have all this knowledge about my health at my fingertips. It helps me see trends, see how’s my health compared to others like me, so I can actively take care of my most valuable asset… health!”

“I have an incredible peace of mind knowing that I can watch over Dad from wherever I am, see if his vital signs are moving in the right or wrong direction and get notified if there’s a problem.”

“I cannot believe the richness of data that I can collect now. I can now layer the data from surveys with objective data collected passively from all kinds of devices….truly converting data to knowledge…..and helping me develop deeper insights.”

About us

A passionate team of experts making a difference in personalized health, care and research

Contact Us:

Vision: Equip, enable, empower and engage all of us in a culture of health, where everyone has an equal opportunity to long, healthy and productive lives.

Mission: Digitize the health experience for anybody, anytime, anywhere, and make health information ever more discoverable, useable and valuable.

Team: A self-funded group of experienced professionals, entrepreneurs and health scientists dedicated to transforming health, care and research.

Team Members

Satvinder “Pearly” Dhingra

Founder & CEO

Satvinder Pearly Dhingra recently left the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) after nearly 10 years working with the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS).

Read More

He returns to his roots as an entrepreneur as the founder and CEO of Public Good Ventures Limited, and co-founder* of, a non-profit being formed to serve national, state and local health departments, and non-profit health advocacy groups.

During his tenure at CDC, he co-lead the Internet Opt-In Panel Surveys Evaluation Projects (2013 – 2014). He was responsible for designing national, state and MSA internet opt-in panel surveys. He has chaired, organized and presented at various conferences: AAPOR, FCSM, BRFSS, and to Expert-Panels advising BRFSS.

People Powered Health Inc. a 501 (c) 3 is being co-founded with Sandro Galea, Dean, Boston University School of Public Health, James Buehler, Professor, Drexel University, Health Commissioner, Philadelphia Department of Health (2014-2016), and Vince Campbell, Chairman of the CDC Disabilities Working Group (20xx – 2016) recently retired.


Richard Ellis

Richard Ellis

Director of Corporate Development

Richard Ellis joined Public Good Ventures Limited in mid-2015 as the Director of Corporate Development. Prior to joining the team, Mr. Ellis enjoyed a successful 20+ year career with the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company.

Read More

He left Corporate America to pursue his dreams of building a business and serving others.

During his time with Goodyear, over 10 years were spent leading and expanding different operations across their North America footprint in Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, and Ohio. He is a charismatic leader with a passion for developing talent and teams, scaling organizations efficiently and cost effectively utilizing Lean principles, and embracing innovative solutions to help solve complex problems.

Mr. Ellis hold an M.B.A with a Finance specialization as well as a Bachelor’s of Science Degree from Auburn University.


Derek Ford

Director of Data Science

Derek received his Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Virginia and has over 12 years of experience conducting social science and behavioral health research.

Read More

More recently he has turned his attention to both the challenges of large scale public health data analytics and the research application of novel collection methods of both active and passive data.  He is the author of several peer-reviewed articles and frequently presents research at meetings and national conferences.

Previously, Derek has provided technical expertise to surveillance systems operated by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, particularly the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System – the world’s largest telephonically administered health survey.  In this role as a scientist, he was responsible for several areas of methodological research and statistical modeling including the development of weight adjustments, evaluation of small area estimation methods, establishing psychometrics of survey instruments, and structural equation modeling incorporating complex survey designs.


Vincent A. Campbell,

Director of Disabilities

Vincent A. Campbell, PhD, recently retired from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), where he worked from September 1997 through March 2016, Dr. Campbell began his CDC career as a health scientist in the Office of Disability and Health in the National Center for Environmental Health, which later became the Disability and Health Branch in the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities (NCBDDD).

Read More

During his tenure at CDC, Vince served as Associate Director for Science in the Division of Human Development and Disabilities. He was acting Chief of the Disability and Health Branch from 2008-2010 and reorganized the branch to include three teams – Disability Programs and Policy Team, Disability Research and Epidemiology Team, and Rare Disorders and Health Outcomes Team. In 2010, he became CDC’s chief disability officer with joint appointments to the CDC Office of the Director and NCBDDD. In 2014, Vince served as the acting Director of the Extramural Research Program Office in the CDC Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response.

Vince’s primary research and program interests were and continue to be on health surveillance of people with functional limitations, and the need for emergency planning and response systems to address the needs of individuals with various functional limitations, or disabilities. He has numerous publications in these areas and has presented extensively at state and national conferences on these topics. In addition, Dr. Campbell worked in the area of intellectual disability and was CDC’s representative in the planning and summary report for Surgeon General David Satcher’s 2001-2002 initiative on improving the health of people with intellectual disability.

Prior to coming at CDC, Vince worked for 25 years with the Alabama Department of Mental Health in various capacities. He began that career at Partlow State School and Hospital as a psychologist. He subsequently served as program director for the educational center, vocational rehabilitation facility, and speech and language center. He was acting Director of the Partlow residential and training facility for over two years.

Dr. Campbell has an BS in history from Troy State University and an MA in rehabilitation counseling a doctorate in educational psychology, both from the University of Alabama. He is a fellow in the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.


Paras Mani Jain

Paras Jain

Director of Development Operations

Paras has been working with open source systems for over a decade and has become an expert in Project Management, Open source, PHP, Zend Framework, WordPress, Joomla, Magento & many other CMS and E-commerce platforms.

Read More

He has worked and managed more than 10 mobile products and hundreds’s of web projects in many different domains including E-Health, E-Commerce, E-Learning, E-Finance with secure and scalable architecture.

Paras holds a Bachelors of Engineering Degree in Information Technology from Rajiv Gandhi Technical University


Board of Advisors

Rosa Ariaga

Rosa Arriaga

Dr. Arriaga is a Senior Research Scientist in the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Institute of Technology. Her research uses psychological concepts and theories to address fundamental topics in human computer interaction, with a focus on the area of chronic care management.

Read More

Recently, she has addressed the following challenges: how can software solutions improve asthma management in children? how can crowd sourcing aid individuals with autism spectrum disorders and their caregivers? and, how can lab-based technologies be scaled and deployed to broaden their impact?

She received her Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology from Harvard University. She has been at Georgia Tech since 2006.


David Harlow

David Harlow

David Harlow is Principal of The Harlow Group LLC, a health care law and consulting firm based in the Hub of the Universe, Boston, MA. His twenty-five years’ experience in the public and private sectors affords him a unique perspective on legal, policy and business issues facing the health care community.

Read More

David is adept at assisting clients in developing new paradigms for their business organizations, relationships and processes so as to maximize the realization of organizational goals in a highly regulated environment, in realms ranging from health data privacy and security to digital health strategy to physician-hospital relationships to facilities development to the avoidance of fraud and abuse. He’s been called “an expert on HIPAA and other health-related law issues [who] knows more than virtually anyone on those topics.” ( His award-winning blog, HealthBlawg, is highly regarded in both the legal and health policy blogging worlds. David is a charter member of the external Advisory Board of the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media and the Public Policy Chair of the Society for Participatory Medicine. He serves on the Health Law Section Council of the Massachusetts Bar Association. He also serves on the Advisory Board of FierceHealthIT. He speaks regularly before health care and legal industry groups on business, policy and legal matters. You should follow him on Twitter.


Nagesh Kadaba

Nagesh Kadaba

Nagesh Kadaba is an accomplished industry leader with more than 25 years of experience at UPS, over twelve of those as Director of IP Management. In this role, Dr. Kadaba was the cross functional hub between the Legal, Marketing, and R&D divisions on all patent issues.

Read More

As Director, he strategically managed the development and protection of the company’s IP portfolio.

As Senior Advisor at ipCapital Group, Dr. Kadaba leverages his intellectual capital management experience by providing intellectual property strategy advice to global clients that seek to develop and execute intellectual property strategies, strengthen and monetize patent portfolios, and establish and implement Intellectual Asset Management practices.

Dr. Kadaba holds a Master’s Degree and Ph.D. in Computer Science from North Dakota State University. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Bangalore University, India and has also received an M.B.A. He has completed a Master of Jurisprudence in Intellectual Property Law in 2016.


Vaidy Sunderam

Vaidy Sunderam

Vaidy Sunderam is Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Computer Science at Emory University. He is Chair of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, and Director of the University’s strategic initiative in Computational and Life Sciences.

Read More

Professor Sunderam joined the Emory faculty after receiving his PhD from the University of Kent, England where he was a Commonwealth Scholar. His research interests are in high performance and cloud computing, collaborative frameworks, and data science, with a focus on privacy and security. He is the principal architect of several software systems for metacomputing and collaboration, and his work is supported by grants from the National Science Foundation and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research. He teaches computer science courses at the beginning, advanced, and graduate levels, and advises graduate theses in the area of computer systems. He is the recipient of several recognitions for teaching and research, including the Emory Williams Teaching award, the IEEE Gordon Bell prize for parallel processing, the IBM supercomputing award, and an R&D 100 research innovation award.