Tag Archive: mHealth Summit

by ndrao | December 17, 2013

mHealth13: Lots Going On, But Few New Developments

Another year, another mHealth Summit. HIMSS’ younger sibling has slowly grown over the last five years, a period that has […]

by John Moore | December 13, 2012

One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

Be careful what you wish for sure did apply to this year’s mHealth Summit, which was held last week in Washington D.C. Of the some 4,000 in attendance, I was one of the 10% or was it even 1% of those present that have attended all four events in succession. It is with that perspective that I came away from this year’s mHealth Summit more disappointed than ever.

by John Moore | December 09, 2011

mHealth: Seemingly Stuck in Neutral

As many readers know, Chilmark Research has been a strong proponent of mHealth for several years. Despite this enthusiasm, we […]

by John Moore | November 10, 2010

mHealth: Is it a Market?

Been attending the mHealth Summit for the last 3 days and an over-arching theme has been: mHealth is unlikely to […]

by John Moore | October 30, 2009

Learnings from mHealth Summit

Over the last two days, been attending the Foundation for the NIH’s event, the mHealth Summit.  This being its inaugural […]

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