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.
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.
It seems every other day we read about a new wearable coming to market, not to mention all the bullish research reports about the expected enormous market growth of wearables. These are exciting times. But, are wearables at the peak of the “Hype Cycle”?
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.
Five finalists took the stage yesterday to compete in the entrepreneurship competition MobDemo, hosted annually at MobCon, a mobile and digital technology conference based in Minneapolis, Minn. The results are in.
MobCon US is the perfect mix for customers who are interested in what’s new, who has it and where to find it. Be where they are to meet and discuss these ideas. Answer their questions with solutions your company can provide to help them innovate and expand on what they’re learning.
Will wearables push past the current niche market and become viable tools to improve patient outcomes? That’s up to digital health innovators to decide.
The idea of self-service is one that consumers have embraced over time. Whether checking in for a flight at the airport via a kiosk, snapping a picture of a check on their cell phone to make a deposit or swiping a credit card at the gas pump, consumers have been conditioned to take more responsibility, […]
There is no doubt that major change—and fundamental disruption—is underway in healthcare. Two main forces are at play: Focusing healthcare on value, not volume—Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), bundles, Centers of Excellence, and other new models are emerging for driving total health management and accountability for quality and cost. Rise of consumerism—Consumers have more accountability today […]
The health care industry, like every other industry today, is jumping on the connectedness bandwagon. Recent trends indicate a higher rate of adoption for technology driven healthcare, and The Internet of Things is quickly becoming the Medical Internet of Things. Here’s one example: Philips launched a wearable device for chronic illness last year in partnership […]