Realizing the mHealth promise

mHealth Summit Europe is set to unite global leaders from government, industry, academia, providers and not-for-profit organizations.
By Dillan Yogendra
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Held over the course of three days, the conference will be all-encompassing with each session providing a wide range of seminars and workshops. The Pharma roundtable (mHealth’s Impact on Improving Therapy & Patient Outcomes) promises to be one of the many highlights on offer:

  • A forum to convene pharmaceutical and life sciences companies with mHealth ecosystem stakeholders: providers, payers, technology leaders, innovators and patient/caregiver advocates.
  • Discussion on the pharmaceutical industry’s business drivers and the impact of mHealth.
  • Details about how mHealth solutions drive business benefits across the healthcare ecosystem.

Another feature, in the Games4Health Pavillion; developers and fellow attendees interested specifically in the use of games and game technologies for health and healthcare will be given every networking opportunity. Attendees will be able to see and play game-based experiences for phones, tablets and personal sensor devices; learning directly how great health games are designed, developed and deployed.

Games4Health involves the use of video and computer games for improving health and healthcare. This can include games for personal wellness, physical activity, disease management, professional training, consumer engagement, among others.

Also of note at the summit, independent market research specialist research2guidance is currently working to produce all-inclusive data on the true state of the global mHealth market – results will be published live at mHealth Summit Europe amid topical discussion.

The fully comprehensive summit program is available at:

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