Consumers, Activity Trackers, and Healthcare Change

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1Q 2014 | IN-1018079


The 2013 mHealth Summit


The fifth annual mHealth Summit, held just outside Washington D.C. in December 2013, brought together a range of mHealth professionals, investors, and vendors. The breadth of the conference and its attendees highlighted the mHealth aspirations and expectations, from developing to developed world care and from activity tracking to the restructuring of national healthcare programs. That breadth, of course, also highlights the disparate nature of the many approaches being taken to integrate wireless connectivity into existing healthcare services. However, the summit also suggested that a change in healthcare provision, long presaged through the unsustainable economics of present services, might be driven by patients as much as by the healthcare industry itself.

The Keynotes Highlighted mHealth Development and Potential

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