Review of the Guardian’s inaugural Mobile & Wireless Healthcare Conference

On the 16th February 2011 the Guardian held their inaugural mHealth event at the Hilton Metropole in Birmingham, UK. We participated as a media partner for this event and I gave a presentation and participated in a panel alongside Matthew Garrood, Associate Director of Multi-Channel, NHS Direct.

Here are my take aways on the talks:

> BT (Mark Allen)
> Cloud Computing (Dr Christoph Thuemmler)
> Department of Health (Stephen Johnson, Long Term Conditions)
> Guardian Healthcare Network
> Kable (Victor Almeida)
> NHS Direct (Matthew Garrood, NHS Direct)
> NHS Innovations (Anthony Hill)
> Stroke Monitoring (Dr Damian Jenkinson)
> Swansea Medical School (David Ford)
> Unified Communications (John Thornbury, Worcs NHS Trust)
> University of Portsmouth (Dr Jim Briggs)
> Workwise UK (David Lennan)

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