Despite the entire buzz surrounding connected healthcare and the digital health community, there is still no clear winner with a seamless solution and high consumer adoption. The space needs collaboration and data exchanges to take it forward
(PRWEB) May 09, 2014
Research predicts that healthcare monitoring of chronic diseases will dominate the market, reaching 110 million units in 2017, up from 10 million in 2012. The integration and development of connected health is growing fast amongst the digital native consumer and with big investments from wireless carriers, app developers, venture capitalists, insurers, hospitals and hardware developers, this is a market to capitalise on now! SeeChange, Abilto, and Scripps will discuss technical innovation, data interoperability and business cases to see how mHealth can be integrated into mainstream care.
This interactive complimentary event hosted by Open Mobile Media will be held on 14th May (Wednesday) 13.00-14.00 EST and has already had over 600 sign ups from the connected health and digital health community. (Registration is open here and we will also send a recording after). http://www.openmobilemedia.com/connected-healthcare-mhealth-usa/webinar.php
Open Mobile Media’s Connected Healthcare Research Director, Shreya Ganapathy, stated, “Despite the entire buzz surrounding connected healthcare and the digital health community, there is still no clear winner with a seamless solution and high consumer adoption. The space needs collaboration and data exchanges to take it forward.” She continued, “2014 is the year in which the connected health ecosystem will embrace key breakthroughs to build user adoption using innovative tech and secure data driven business models to engage the connected end user. To create an open dialogue we are organising a free webinar on 14th May for the connected health community to discuss these opportunities.”
To explore these developments in the mHealth landscape, Open Mobile Media has organised a live free webinar entitled “Connecting healthcare with data driven business models and interoperable tech for scalable care.” Sign up here:
The 45 minute session includes live Q & A's and will be delivered by key industry figures including:
- Dr Sanjeev Bhavnani MD, Cardiologist, Wireless Health & Digital Medicine, Scripps Health
- Sean Penwell, Chief Medical Officer, SeeChange Health
- Gerry Libertelli, Chief Information Officer, AbilTo
The webinar agenda includes:
- The Evolution of the mHealth Eco-System: Insight into which macro and micro trends are driving the market alongside traditional healthcare so you can adapt to consumer requirements
- Designing Technology for End Users: Mobility is not about the device it’s about the user. Learn how you need to focus on adaptable people centric solutions, focusing on the physicians and the patients’ needs, to make your product sustainable
- Tackling the Data Debacle: Understand the importance for data efficacy and comparable data. See if a common benchmark, such as an IP standard within a secure network or common APIs, will make technology interoperable and scalable
The webinar offers a chance to understand how the connected health market experts are viewing the future development, innovation in technology, and potential growth of the market.
More than that, the opportunity to ask questions directly to industry thought-leaders for first-hand answers is here. The webinar can be joined for free at openmobilemedia/connectedhealth-webinar.com
Places are limited, so Open Mobile Media has advised that you register early to avoid disappointment. We will send you the recording if you cannot make that time.
Research Director |mHealth- Open Mobile Media
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