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Henry Ford Health Systems: mHealth Improves Outcomes

Henry Ford Health Systems’ Wireless Solutions Architect Ali Youssef believes that the defining feature is found in positive and improved clinical outcomes.

INFOGRAPHIC: Americans Get Healthy with Mobile

An increasing number of Americans are using their wireless devices to find new ways to stay fit, keep track of their diet and exercise and stay motivated.

CTIA Statement on Joint Release of Model Ordinance and Checklist to Streamline Wireless Infrastructure Deployment

Following the joint release of the model ordinance and checklist to streamline wireless infrastructure deployment, I said: 

“Continuing CTIA’s long tradition of working cooperatively with our local government partners, we are pleased to announce our joint release of materials with the National Association of Counties, National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors, ...

HIMSS mHealth Roadmap Encourages Better Solutions: March WOW Insider Interview

HIMSS volunteer mHealth Committee Chair and Qualcomm’s Senior Director of Government Affairs Robert Jarrin discusses how practitioners and developers should use the roadmap and its case studies to understand regulatory hurdles to create better mHealth solutions.

Extreme Networks: mHealth Reduces Hospital Stays: March WOW Wireless at Work

While the positive financial impact of mobile health, or mHealth, helps hospitals and patients, Extreme Networks’ Director of Healthcare Solutions Bob Zemke says the real benefit of mHealth is helping patients spend less time in a hospital.

That Didn’t Take Long …

The FCC has yet to release the Net Neutrality Order and we are already seeing in the New York Times mobile providers around the globe trying to capitalize on the expected loss of investment and innovation in the U.S. wireless market.

In a sadly foreseeable development, reports surfaced that ...

Patient-Focused Health Care By Wirelessly Connecting Doctors and Americans: March WOW Policy Point

From improving communications between doctors and patients to relaying real-time data about a patient’s health, wirelessly connected devices empower people to take control of their health and wellness.

CTIA Statement After the FCC Vote on the Open Internet Proceeding

Following the FCC vote on the Open Internet proceeding, I said: 

“The FCC’s Net Neutrality decision was disappointing and unnecessary: consumers across the U.S. have – and will always have – access to an open mobile Internet. By ignoring the fundamental differences in wireless networks and disregarding the intense competition throughout the ...

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