2012 mHealth Summit, Washington D.C. : Connecting the mobile health eco system
The largest event of its kind, the 4th annual mHealth Summit in Washington, DC brings together leaders in government, the private sector, industry, academia, providers and not-for-profit organizations from across the mHealth ecosystem to advance collaboration in the use of wireless technology to improve health outcomes in the United States and abroad.The 2012 mHealth Summit will take place Dec. 3-5 at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in Washington D.C.
The 2012 mHealth Summit will build on last year’s success by highlighting emerging best practices from mHealth implementations as well as the latest business, finance, policy and technical perspectives, fostering in-depth dialogue to identify and accelerate cross-cutting value chains and sustainable mHealth business model adoption around the globe. The summit will also provide a dedicated focus on mHealth research, facilitating the development and commercialization of empirically-supported solutions for specific disease states.
Conference sessions will explore, examine, and debate the ways mobile technology is transforming health care delivery, research, business and policy for the 21st century both in the U.S. and internationally, including developed and developing nations.
Call for Presentations (Submission Deadline: June 29, 2012 – 12 PM-EST)
The 2012 mHealth Summit is the premier international forum connecting the mobile health ecosystem for mHealth research, education, thought leadership, exhibits and action-provoking panel discussions. Share your experience and expertise by submitting your proposal in the appropriate category below.
2012 Topic Tracks include: Health and Healthcare Delivery, Global Health, Technology, Business, Policy and Research.The summit will feature its first ever Global Health track, which will showcase applications of mHealth topics in the global health field. This cross-cutting track will highlight mHealth efforts to improve health outcomes in low- and middle-income countries including progress and challenges projects have encountered.