Get involved in mainstream mHealth marketing push

At 3G Doctor we’re really pleased to be collaborating with Lyonsdown Publishing, the publishers of a special report on eHealth to be published in the Sunday Telegraph, the UK’s best selling broadsheet newspaper with a readership of 1.6 million. The report will be distributed nationally in the Sunday Telegraph on the 17th April 2011 and will include a mHealth editorial written by our very own Dr Fiona Kavanagh.

The supplement will include key articles from sponsors including the BMJ Group (the global medical publisher), Clinical Solutions (developers of Clinical Content and Decision Support Software soultions), FirstDataBank (the drug database company), Gemalto (the world leader in digital security and the developer of the Apple iPhone’s forthcoming integrated SIM an innovation that is set to be one of the most disruptive mobile industry technologies for the next decade), O2 (the mobile operator in the UK that has the most customers and was the first to launch a dedicated Health brand) and TPP (Developers of SystmOne – the clinical system being used by the NHS across England and Wales).

Because we want to help companies in this sector to get involved with this important report we’ve negotiated a 30% rate card discount from the publishers for companies that want to promote innovative mHealth technologies and services, but of course if you would like any independent advice on the benefits of participating please get in touch.

Here’s a brief article synopsis:

mHealth (1)
A look at what’s on offer

mHealth (2)
How mHealth can help address healthcare issues and help manage soaring costs.

Telehealth (1)
With spending cuts hitting healthcare budgets how can TeleCare make a difference in the next 5-10 years.

Teleheatlh (2)
A look at the interaction between the technology and the people it is meant to serve – do they like it, does it work?

Electronic Medical Records
We look at where we are in the process of England getting a fully interchangeable electronic patient record. Senior figure interviews to include BMA, NHS Direct and Connecting for Health (the NHS body leading the £12.7bn NPfIT programme).

To find out more about how your company can contribute to the report please contact Aidan Neville, Project Manager at Lyonsdown Limited (T: +44 (0) 208 349 6474, E:

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