Get Real Health is excited to exhibit our cutting edge technology at the 2012 mHealth Summit being held Dec. 3-5 at the Gaylord Hotel and Conference Center in Washington D.C. This year’s summit will build on last years success by highlighting emerging best practices from mHealth implementations as well as the latest business, finance, policy and technical perspectives.
Get Real Health will be showcasing our InstantPHR (personal health record) technology while networking with industry decision makers, healthcare professionals, researchers and other critical end-users. Conference sessions will explore, examine, and debate the ways mobile technology is transforming health care delivery, research, business and policy for the 21st century both in the U.S. and internationally, including developed and developing nations.
This summit focuses on the adoption of mobile devices used in healthcare settings a trend that is spreading more rapidly than any other technology in history. Capitalizing on this tremendous growth, mHealth—or use of mobile devices for health purposes—is revolutionizing the ways in which providers deliver and patients access care, how stakeholders use health information to promote well-being, treat disease, support population health and respond to health emergencies around the world. Get Real Health plays role in making this a reality across the globe. Get Real Health’s InstantPHR gives patients more control of their medical care by allowing them access to, and input into, their personal health records.
Get Real Health will be sharing the floor with big names in the health IT world including Venture Corporation Unlimited, FitLinxx, Elbrys, Telemed Solutions Inc., mHealthAlert, Dexcom and many more. Get Real Health attend the summit along with other experts in policy, research, advocacy and technology who are enthusiastic about the present and future advancements of technology in providing health care. Some of the speakers and panelists for the mHealth Summit include Mark T. Bertolini,Aetna CEO, Susannah Allison, Program Officer of National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) and Erica Kochi, the Co-Lead of UNICEF.
Please be sure to follow us on Twitter (@GetReal_Health) for instant updates on what’s happening at the conference. If you happen to be attending, come visit us at the Qualcomm Life Pavilion booth 501.