Meet the core Enspektos team.
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Fard Johnmar is Founder and President of Enspektos, a globally respected digital health innovation consultancy. Fard has been recognized for helping the health industry understand how digital technologies have influenced the perceptions and beliefs of customers, medical professionals and others.
In mid-2012, Fard launched digihealth pulse, the world’s first research initiative providing ongoing data on how ePatients perceive a range of health technologies and issues. digihealth pulse also provides a wealth of research on how online and social media content impacts health consumers’ perceptions, intentions and behaviors. In 2014, he expanded the digihealth pulse project to focus on events (held virtually and in the real world) designed to provide health executives, providers, patients and others with knowledge, insights and education across borders and timezones.
Fard is also co-author of ePatient 2015: 15 Surprising Trends Changing Healthcare, which explores how health technologies are shaping the future of how consumers, caregivers and others will think about and receive care.
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Noor Thapa serves as Enspektos’ Chief Technology Officer. He leads technology and product development at the firm. He has more than 20 years of experience developing desktop, Web and mobile technologies and has been hacking since the Web’s infancy.
Noor is fluent in a range of programming languages, including vb, c, java, asp and php. His current passions include custom mobile technology development, information architecture, user experience design and social media.
He’s been knee-deep in dust, servers, wires, code and much more as partner of a data center based in Nebraska, which was sold to a major telecommunications firm before he took the East Coast by storm in the mid-2000s.