Will digital technologies “supercharged by mobile” catalyse the biggest shake up in the history of medicine?

A great video of Dr. Eric Topol joining Paul Jacob’s in the opening keynote address for January’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas – attended by more than 150,000 consumers, techies, international corporations and delegates it was the largest convention ever held in the city. No more excuses. You’ve all been told!

Digital Technologies supercharged by mobile will catalyse what he (Eric Topol) describes as the biggest shake up in the history of medicine

Paul Jacobs, CEO, Qualcomm

The reason I did the book and the reason I’m here is that we’re ready for a consumer healthcare revolution… …the whole digital world is finally ready to invade the cocoon of medicine

Dr Eric Topol, Cardiologist and author of The Creative Destruction of Medicine

mHealth technologies showcased in the segment include:

> The Alivecor iPhone ECG case and wireless mobile connected ECG Card (click here to read about our trial of this transformational technology)

> VisiMobile from Sotera Wireless continuous vital sign monitor

> Dexcom Continuous Glucose Monitor feeding to a widget on a Sony Ericsson Experia Smartphone

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2 Responses to Will digital technologies “supercharged by mobile” catalyse the biggest shake up in the history of medicine?

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