Predictive analytics emerged as a key area of interest for MobCon attendees and offer much potential in healthcare to expand the data set used to make conclusions and treat patients. Here’s how.
About Tom Clemens
Tom Clemens is the executive director for MobCon, an enterprise of mobile and digital technology conferences that bring together top industry influencers to showcase how digital in-novations are transforming business. Tom recently introduced MobCon Digital Health which will zero in on advances in technology that will transform healthcare. This first of its kind con-ference will feature keynote presentations by some of the top minds in the industry, plus educa-tional tracks on everything from personalized big data to future health. During his 20-year ca-reer, Tom has produced close to 1,000 conferences and tradeshows, educational seminars, webi-nars, and online courses.
Entries by Tom Clemens
Mobile technology is a broad category, and growing more inclusive every day. Clarity around the particular areas within this sector that will drive growth is imperative. To shed light on the future state of mobile, we tapped some of the leading strategists to offer their predictions on the future of this dynamic technology.
Let me begin by saying, don’t try this at home. It’s a grueling exercise – even for the most experienced event professional. That said, it is possible (been there, done that). It starts by knowing your market, promoting heavily, and establishing mutually beneficial relationships. Follow these 8 tips.
Whatsapp is a mobile answer to limited resources and limited global interaction. With its continued fast adoption and the predicted video calling feature, it promises to continue revolutionizing how we think about cost-effective communication and information exchange.
According to a survey report published by Rock Health, by the year 2020, healthcare spending in the U.S will be 20 percent ahead of its GDP. At first glance, this number appears to be a good one. Unfortunately, more than half of that spending is without value, which indicates a lack of efficiency in services […]
Well, today’s the day! Our premiere one-day healthcare conference, MobCon Digital Health, is taking place at the Hyatt Regency, Minneapolis. We couldn’t be more excited by the top-tier medical industry experts and healthcare IT innovators we’ve brought together to showcase the latest trends in digital healthcare. If you’re attending today, you will experience the latest […]
Robert Wachter, Professor and Associate Chairman of the Department of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco looks at the consequences of electronic health records (EHR) over the past five years in his probing and thought-provoking new book called, The Digital Doctor: Hope, Hype and Harm at the Dawn of Medicine’s Computer Age. In […]