How active is the Minnesota health IT startup economy? What does the investment potential look like in this region? Where should established enterprise focus activity? Panelists to explore.
The beacon market is exploding. Forty-six percent of retailers introduced a beacon program last year. Industry-wide adoption including healthcare is just getting started.
Connect with healthcare innovators transforming patient outcomes. Designed to create a collaborative exchange across cultures and disciplines, MobCon Digital Health harnesses emerging models, innovations, best practices and strategies to empower activators shaping the new generation of healthcare.
Digital health and mobile strategy innovation can’t be confined to any one geography. It takes a different focus in each area of the country. Biopharma in San Francisco. Med device in Minneapolis. Starting this year, MobCon won’t be either.
Industry emphasis on the Triple Aim is speeding the integration of healthcare IoT. In order to succeed, technology must move beyond sensing data to aggregating and analyzing metrics collected from medical IoT devices.
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.
MOBCON SPEAKER SPOTLIGHT: Insights before architecture. Selling before design. Before it all? Understanding your customer experience. Jen Swanson, Director of Digital Marketing for Children’s Hospitals and Clinics shares how an understanding of customer experience shaped the redesign of its website.
This September MobCon is partnering with LifeScience Alley to sponsor “Leading the Conversation in Digital Health: From Big Data to Big Insights.” The three-panel LifeScience Alley event on September 15 will draw leaders from some of the biggest names in healthcare locally from Unitedhealthcare to Novu.
This week Google announced the creation of a publicly traded parent company Alphabet and the restructuring that followed. We asked industry experts from mobile and digital development house MentorMate to weigh in on what the changes could mean for the Google, the industry and society at large.
In healthcare today, there are a variety of ways patient and provider efforts to monitor, collect data or treat illnesses can harmonize during and between visits. Patients can view test results loaded by healthcare professionals via patient portals or log activity in a wellness app to share. In fact, there are so many different ways, patients, providers, physicians and payers are documenting healthcare experiences, they have become fragmented, disjointed and overwhelming.