Mobile Internet SIG: mHealth – demos and value chain of speakers
mHealth – Mobile Healthcare; consumer, doctors, healthcare providers, hardware and software tech enablers
Monitoring data entry tools
Access to data, references, and continuing education
Real-time patient – doctor communication
To be practical, this event focuses just on recording of health monitoring data into mobile devices either by manual data entry or by direct or wireless connection with monitoring devices.
* Recording health monitoring data, displaying it, and transmitting it to electronic health records and other databases
* Accessing patient data, medical references, and educational materials
* Real-time or asynchronous communication among healthcare providers, between patients and their providers, and among the patient population
The mHealth market segment is expected to reach more than $2 billion by the end of this year.
As of November 2010, there were over 17,000 healthcare apps available for smartphones and tablets, many of which are for recording healthcare data. An electronic blood pressure cuff that connects to iPhones and iPads is sold online and in Apple Retail Stores and connects with an app that displays graphs and shares the data.
$20 at the door for non-SVForum members
No charge for SVForum members
No registration required
955 Page Mill Road
Palo Alto, CA
TBD (invited: Kaiser, UnitedHealth, Alcatel-Lucent and others)
6:30pm Arrival, networking, PIZZA and interactive DEMOs
iHealth BP3 Blood Pressure Cuff program
7:00pm In-Depth overview of mHealth – David Snyder, 42TEK, Inc.
7:20pm Bhageera Consulting (Tonic iPhone app); Rajiv Mehta
7:40pm NorthBay Healthcare; Justin Graham, M.D., M.S., CMIO
8:00pm TBD (invited Kaiser, UnitedHealth, Alcatel-Lucent, and others)
8:30pm Panel Discussion and Q&A (additional panelist TBD)