Join us at the end of the first day of the Healthcare Innovation Expo in London (Excel Convention Centre, 13-14 March) for a networking session with other delegates who are interested in mHealth.
The meet up will start from 18:30 hrs on Wednesday at the The Living Room Tower Bridge which is very easy to reach from Excel (simply jump on the Docklands Light Railway and get off at Tower Gateway station) which will make it easy for those who aren’t attending the Expo to join us:
Amongst the 100+ seminars held over the 2 days there will be 5 that are dedicated to mHealth innovations:
09:30 Wednesday (Rm 29/30)
The Tipping Point: Mobile Health in Europe – Why the Right Time is Right Now
The UK, with its ageing population, has a high burden of chronic disease. Mobile health holds significant potential to defray costs and increase quality of care, helping address anticipated resource shortages. Laurent will explain why, with the advent of innovative but proven, secured but opened wireless communication technologies, now is the perfect time for the UK to embrace mobile health solutions.
Presenter: Laurent Vandebrouck, European Senior Director of Business Development, Qualcomm Life
12:30 Wednesday (Rm 15/16)
US Veterans Health Administration Mobile App Strategy
The panel will discuss VA’s patient and provider-facing mobile application development, clinical pilot results, and security/deployment considerations. Demonstrations of use of mobile technology to improve patient engagement and to optimize provider efficiencies will be provided. VA’s mobile governance and processes for integrating commercial and private innovations will be discussed. This seminar will benefit anyone who wants to understand how the use of mobile ?apps? can be used to transform / deliver healthcare.
Presenters: Dr Kathleen Frisbee & Dr Neil C. Evans, Co-Director’s of the Office of Connected Health at the Veterans Health Administration.
13:30 Wednesday (Rm 30)
Mobile Health – how the GSMA is leading collaboration and partnership to demonstrate the benefits of mHealth
The GSMA panel will provide the audience with an overview of the GSMA and its membership; the key assets and capabilities of the mobile industry and how these can be used in mHealth. It will also showcase how the GSMA is demonstrating the benefits of mHealth via the GSMA mHealth Grand Tour in September 2013.
Presenters: Adam Denton, Programme Manager, mHealth Grand Tour, Anna Campbell, mHealth Project Manager, GSMA and Michael Morgan-Curran, Director of mHealth and Diabetes Programme Director, GSMA.
14:00 Wednesday (Main Stage)
“Innovation goes Global”
Lord Darzi of Denham, Head of Surgery at Imperial College and
Creator of the Wellnote App for iPhone
14:30 Thursday (Rm 27/28)
Preparing for the future: – Enabling healthcare through mobile technology – Digitally-enhanced pathology services
A brief overview of Digital First, followed by a walk-through of the new digital maturity online reporting tool and an introduction to two new Digital First reports on ‘Reforming Pathology services through digital’ and ‘A pivotal role of mobile in the future of healthcare?’
Presenters: Andy Wilkins, Mobile Technology & Healthcare Strategist, Department of Health/Transform Innovation Ltd and Charlie Young
There’s a diverse range of companies big and small who will be showcasing mHealth products on the exhibition floor:
A&D Medical, AirWatch UK Limited, Avery Dennison, BigHand, BlackBerry, Buddy Enterprises, Everist Genomics, FinerDay, Good4HEALTH, Health Fabric, How are you?, InHealthcare, i Want Great Care, 02 Health, OhMedics, PaperIQ, Patient Access, Patients Know Best, Philips Healthcare, Qualcomm Life, RCN Publishing, RightCare Shared Decision Making, RuckusWireless, Safe Patient Systems, TeleHealth Solutions, TheCarePhone, TPP (SystmOne), Tunstall, Vision360 and Yecco
Will you be joining us?
All are welcome as the meet up isn’t just for members of the mHealth networking group on Linkedin but please let us know you’ll be attending and introduce yourself/your interests to other attendees by completing the phrase “Talk to me about…” in the comments below: