Mobile World Congress 2010 mHealth Review

After 23 years, a full day stream of mHealth talks/panels and a “mHealth Pavilion” on the exhibition floor it was clear: the Mobile World Congress spotlight had finally turned to the business opportunity to transform healthcare through the use of mobile technologies. As I did in previous years (eg. 2008 and 2009) the following is a summary of some of the mHealth developments I found interesting during my week in Barcelona:

> Organisation of mHealth Conference Sessions
> mHealth Speaker/Panel Sessions (AM)
> mHealth Speaker/Panel Sessions (PM)

> 1GOAL
> 3G Doctor
> Aerotel
> Alcosystems
> Augmented Reality Showcase
> Blackberry / Mike Lazardis Keynote
> Bluetooth low power
> Carlos Slim Instituto
> Continua Health Alliance
> Critical Distance Media Lab
> Cryptophone
> Endomondo
> Ericsson
> Google / Eric Schmidt Keynote
> iDoc24
> Inbrics Identity SOIP HomeStation
> IVT Corporation
> Kyocera
> Medgate
> mHealth Alliance
> Mobile Innovation Grand Prix Final
> mPayments
> mWomen Report
> Nokia @ONCE
> NTT Docomo
> Nuance
> Orange
> Qualcomm
> Sagem Wireless
> Senior/Elder/Easy Phones
> Sensaris
> Sensirion AG
> Skype
> Sproxil
> Symbian
> Terem Emergency Services
> Text to Change
> Vodafone
> VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
> WellDoc

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