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The Wireless Foundation Health & Wellness Expo at the FCC

The Wireless Foundation hosted the Health & Wellness Expo at the FCC on November 3 where attendees engaged with interactive exhibits, conversed with wireless experts and saw live demonstrations. The expo was a chance to highlight the partnerships between the wireless and health care industries to empower consumers to better manage their health and help providers […]

VITA 2015 Reception Recap

Last night at the VITA 2015 Reception, the wireless industry celebrated connectivity and the power of mobility as a force for good. It was also an occasion to support the important work of The Wireless Foundation as well as recognize Senator John Thune with the first-ever Mobile Life Award for his commitment to fostering wireless […]

HIMSS: Roadmap for Developing Apps for Health

Thomas Martin, Ph.D., Director of HIMSS, discusses how his organization’s mHealth Roadmap helps app developers navigate health care and regulatory concerns when creating health-focused content.

Brightstar: Wearable Market and Users are Healthy

Brightstar’s Senior Vice President of Distribution Services Steve Barker talks about the fast growth in wearable technology and activity monitors and its positive impact on health.

HIMSS: Health Care Starts With A Conversation

Thanks to wireless technology, patients, doctors and facilities are communicating in new ways, which means better patient-outcomes says Thomas Martin, Ph.D., Director of HIMSS.

Brightstar: mHealth Challenges and Opportunities

From changing how products are distributed and managed to creating new best practices within the health care industry, Brightstar’s Senior Vice President of Distribution Services Steve Barker talks about the challenges and opportunities for mHealth.

Trial Fusion: Adopting Connected Health

Once a company has a connected health product validated by a third party organization, Trial Fusion’s Chief Commercialization Officer Dan March explains how to encourage health insurance companies to adopt these products.

HIMSS: Barriers to Remote Monitoring

The benefits of remote monitoring are clear, yet there are still some barriers to adoption for doctors and hospitals says HIMSS Volunteer mHealth Committee Chair and Qualcomm’s Senior Director of Government Affairs Robert Jarrin.

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