The Mobile Software Development SIG Presents…
The mobile health app market will grow to $392 million over the next five years, a 70 percent increase, according to new data from research firm Frost & Sullivan. Applications on the mobile devices are turning out to be a source of tremendous patient empowerment. mHealth (mHealth or mobile health) as is commonly known has the potential to radically transform the way in which we diagnose, track and treat disease. Frost researchers predict that not only will new users buy health apps, but also that existing customers will continue to buy and use more mHealth apps. Calling 2011 the “tip of the iceberg,” researchers say that low barriers to market entry will continue to lure new vendors, although they note that U.S. Food and Drug Administration oversight and security concerns mean it won’t be a hassle-free endeavor for new startups.Today there are mobile healthcare applications bridging the gap between doctors and patient and there are applications to monitor all aspects of the body and health. Many more are being developed and many more new thoughts and ideas of how we view health and wellness are coming into existence very rapidly. Developing these successful next generation healthcare and wellness applications goes beyond traditional data collection and sharing. It means navigating the regulatory waters, developing to various standards and creating compelling and even entertaining applications for uptake and usage. This discussion will cover the process of creating Mobile Health Applications and how it encompasses end-to-end solutions that facilitate continuous access to health care information, expert advice, or therapeutic intervention—enabled by remote sensing, ubiquitous telecommunications networks, and smart systems and platforms.
Director, Business Development – Mobility, mobi2Clouds
David Wetherelt is a Director of Business Development, Mobility at mobi2Clouds (a SoftClouds company). David has been a leader for organizations that were in the forefront of major technology shifts throughout his career.David has developed extensive strategic partnerships with technology and service providers worldwide to enable the deployment of new technologies and business strategies. His focus has been on next generation high-speed mobile networks, innovative voice, video and healthcare technologies.
Prior to mobi2Clouds he co-founded digifitlife a next generation Healthcare applications and services company, was a Senior Business Development Manager with Cisco Systems, and he has held strategic roles at Hearme, Stellent, MapInfo and Interleaf.
For more information, please visit www.mobi2Clouds.com.
Alex Shah, Chief Architect, TeamSOA, Inc. & CTO, CommerceTel Inc.
Vincenzo Belpiede, Solutions Manager, Nokia
Deepak Kundra, Principal Staff Software Engineer, Motorola
Jake Fields, Creative Director, Treeline Interactive
March 15th, 2012
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7:30PM Program Ends
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