Fortunate enough to attend MobCon Digital Health? Lucky you. Speakers covered the range of in-demand healthcare topics from the cost of effective care to security considerations all care professionals must reconcile.
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Editorial Intern, Aron Wolde appreciates all forms of effective communication. From blog posts to comedic one liners, Aron works to make sure users are engaged in whatever subject he’s promoting. Aron joined MentorMate in March of 2016 and has been working to assist the marketing team however he can.
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MobCon Digital Health is NEXT WEEK — with it comes speakers and attendees from some of the top local and national healthcare brands collaborating to explore the latest technology trends in healthcare. There’s a lot to look forward to. Here are our top five moments.
EMR integration. Addressing community health needs with activism and technology. Data visualization. There’s no shortage of healthcare-related opportunities and challenges to deconstruct and synthesize. On March 22, MobCon Digital Health, MentorMate, the Medical Alley Association and a panel of selected speakers representing different subsectors in the local community came together to continue the conversation.
Conferences are the place to learn something new, establish contacts and promote yourself in a chosen field with like-minded people. But, conferences today have a problem. The larger offerings draw such large audiences, many have begun to feel more like a circus than a place where you can really get to know and learn from other attendees. Here’s why MobCon is different.