2012 mHealth Summit Interview Video Highlights featuring some of the leading figures in the healthcare technology sharing their insights on mHealth
Last week, more than 4500 stakeholders attended this year’s mHealth Summit in Washington D.C. to see how mHealth is integrating into the greater healthcare ecosystem and sparking innovative paradigm shift in the delivery of healthcare. For those of us who were not able to attend, the following video highlights created by Healthcare IT News features some great insights and dialogue from this year’s summit. See videos and summaries shown below:
Farzad Mostashari at mHealth Summit 2012
National Coordinator for Health Information Technology Farzad Mostashari, MD, tells mHIMSS Editor Eric Wicklund about ONC’s role in the expanding mHealth universe.
Joseph Kvedar, MD, at the 2012 mHealth Summit
Joseph Kvedar, MD, founder and director of the Center for Connected Health, talks with Bernie Monegain about the Center’s mobile health plans and describes the concept of “Wellocracy.”
Gary Shapiro, CEO, Consumer Electronics Association
Bernie Monegain talks with Gary Shapiro, CEO, Consumer Electronics Association about the growth of the mobile healthcare side of the consumer electronics industry.
Frederick Holston discusses the Future of Mobile Health
Bernie Monegain discusses Intermountain Healthcare’s mobile apps and the future of mobile health with chief technology officer Frederick Holston at the 2012 mHealth Summit.
Samir Damani, MD on Engaging Doctors and Predictions for Mobile Health
Tom Martin from mHIMSS sits down with Samir Damani, MD, Founder & CEO of MD Revolution to discuss mobile health, chronic disease prevention, and engaging doctors at the mHealth Summit 2012.
Yael Harris on Mobile Health for Underserved Populations
Yael Harris talks with Bernie Monegain about mobile health for underserved populations, the text4baby program, and improving patient outcomes through IT at the 2012 mHealth Summit.
Kate Berry of NeHC talks Patient Engagement
Kate Berry, CEO of the National eHealth Collaborative, talks about patient engagement and mobile healthcare opportunities