Join us at the IoT Tech Expo in London, 10-11 Feb 2016

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Held at London Olympia ​the​ ​Internet of Things (IoT) Tech Expo is Europe’s leading IoT event and is set to showcase the most cutting edge technologies from more than 100 exhibitors, share insights from over 200 speakers and offer networking opportunities with over 3,000 already registered delegates.

Click here to register (a free pass is available that provides access to the exhibition floor and developer tracks).

For an introduction/backgrounder on the IoT mHealth opportunity you might like to watch the mHealth Symposium that I produced for the International Diabetes Federation – an organisation that has called for mHealth to be an embedded compulsory part of how we provide quality diabetes care (this chronic disease accounts for an annual healthcare industry expenditure of more than $548 Billion).

mHealth topics/speakers on the program will include:

Provider participation and user adoption of mHealth technologies
Bob Gann, Widening Digital Participation Director, NHS England
2.30-3.00pm 10 Feb 2016

Does mHealth actually improve health?
Bob Gann, Widening Digital Participation Director, NHS England
4-4.30pm 10 Feb 2016

How IoT can transform the healthcare industry
Jacqui Taylor, Founder, CEO, FlyingBinary
Dr Shafi Ahmed PhD FRCS FRCS, Consultant, The Royal London and St Bartholomew’s Hospitals
Prof Shahid Ali, Digital Health Professor, University of Salford
David Doherty, coFounder, 3G Doctor
Karina Marcus, Central Management Unit, Ambient Assisted Living Joint Programme.
12-12.30pm 11 Feb 2016

Panel: Developments in the Healthcare space – an explosion of new wearables, remote devices, sensors, and health solutions
Jacqui Taylor, Founder, CEO, FlyingBinary
Mark Duman, Director, Patient Information Forum.
12.30-1pm 11 Feb 2016

Follow the event on Twitter #IoTTechExpo

*** *** UPDATE: 8 Feb 2016 *** ***

There have been a few last minute changes to the program and speakers:

12-12.30pm 11 Feb 2016

Developing & Tech in the IoT Track

The Future of Health is Smart

  • IoT is a game changer for all domains including Health
  • How can Health leverage the change IoT brings
  • What are the opportunities for the Health Service
  • What new models of care are possible with IoT

Jacqui Taylor, Founder, CEO, FlyingBinary

12.30-1.15pm 11 Feb 2016

Developing & Tech in the IoT Track
Panel: How IoT can transform the healthcare industry
  • What do hospitals get out of IoT?
  • How does IoT help patient engagement
  • Discussing the big data opportunity – how IoT is generating real-time data that can help delivering exceptional, efficient healthcare e.g. by reducing downtime for revenue-generating equipment, more efficient use of equipment and quicker bed turnaround
  • What are the unique challenges for hospital CIOs and how can they be overcome?
  • Ways of making data useful, accessible, readable and relevant to healthcare professionals and patients while ensuring data security
  • Developing effective regulations, policies and standardisation

 

4-4.30pm 11 Feb 2016

Connected Living Track

Bob Gann, Widening Digital Participation Director, NHS England

Does m-health actually improve health?

  • The barriers to adoption
  • Risks of increasing health inequalities between digital haves and have nots

 

mHealth related Exhibitors include:

Samsung SmartThings

Vodafone

Intel

Advantech

endoscope-i 

Journal of mHealth

Delta

Instabeat

Brain Control

Teddy the Guardian

Elvie

Hci VioCare Technologies

See.Sense

FeeliGreen DermoInnovation

Medic Creations

MedoPad

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