Major Insurers, providers and hospitals are on board to share key market statistics and case studies, into how they are partnering and changing the healthcare delivery model
(PRWEB) June 10, 2015
The chance to meet hospitals, insurers and providers in the same room
The Connected Healthcare Conference & Exhibition USA 2015 (June, 18-19, San Diego) has released a list of companies attending. With a large number of attendees already confirmed to attend from the insurer and hospital community such as Kaiser Permanente, Blue Cross Blue Shield, CMS, Catholic Health Initiatives, Molina Health, Scripps, UCSD and UCLA. AT&T, Vodafone, Validic, GE Healthcare, Dell, Lumo, Pathway Genomics and Samsung are also signed up. The event has been designed to ensure that all attendees get to meet the decision makers from these leading companies and speak face-to-face with everyone in the room. The conference will take the format of open discussions, round tables and workshop style sessions to encourage communication and collaboration.
Connected Health Media’s research lead, Shreya Ganapathy, stated, “This really does reflect the sense of excitement currently surrounding the connected health industry across the North American continent”. She continued, “Major Insurers, providers and hospitals are on board to share key market statistics and case studies, into how they are partnering and changing the healthcare delivery model”. A sample of the delegate list has just been released on the website: http://www.connectedhealthmedia.com/attendees.php
Time for Sustainable mHealth
Connected Healthcare 2015 was established to create a core community for the mHealth ecosystem to come together and dissect the pertinent issues facing the industry. The research-based agenda focuses on business model strategy, reimbursement models, case studies and the growth of the fee for value model . See what strategies are set to work as connected health deploys through mainstream channels.
The sessions will address – the three pillars.
- Pillar 1: Engagement with end users and the experience it creates. How companies can build relationships and a sustainable user model to the end users ranging from consumers, to insurers to physicians.
- Pillar 2: Data Management - focuses on secure access, management and storage of data. Once we have engaged audiences we will have a steady stream of data being collected so how do we make the most of the data to help clinical outcomes.
- Pillar 3: Business Models, is almost an overarching pillar looking at how companies are planning and strategizing with partnerships, acquisitions etc to boost their mHealth footprint and turn data and engaged users into dollars.
For the complete Connected Healthcare 2015 conference program and speaker line-up, access the e-brochure at: http://1.connectedhealthmedia.com/LP=1725 or contact the mHealth project team at shreya(at)connectedhealthmedia(dot)com
Register via the secure link below to join mHealth’s decision makers: http://www.connectedhealthmedia.com/register.php
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