2011 mHealth Summit
The Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center
163 Waterfront Street
National Harbor, MD 20745
The largest event of its kind, the 3rd annual mHealth Summit brought 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 2011 mHealth Summit built on 2010’s success by bringing a dedicated focus to the business, end-user, and policy perspectives of mHealth, fostering in-depth dialogue to identify and accelerate cross-cutting value chains and sustainable mHealth business models from around the globe. The summit also provided a dedicated focus to the healthcare research and evaluation needs of mHealth, facilitated the development and commercialization of empirically-supported solutions.
Conference sessions explored, examined, and debated the ways mobile technology will transform health care delivery, research, business and policy for the 21st Century in underserved communities in the US and abroad, including the developing world. In addition, the 2011 mHealth Summit:
- Highlighted critical progress, research, constraints, use cases and success stories across the mHealth landscape;
- Hosted over 300 exhibitors showcasing innovative applications, tools and solutions;
- Attracted more than 350 press worldwide;
- Provided networking opportunities with leading-edge and c-level industry decision makers, healthcare professionals, researchers and other critical end-users;
- Drew more than 3,500 leaders from nearly 50 countries.
In partnership with HIMSS, the mHealth Alliance and the National Institutes of Health, the Foundation for National Institutes of Health established an all-star lineup of visionary keynote speakers, conference tracks and an expanded exhibit hall.
For more information, please go to: www.mhealthsummit.org
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