New York, NY September 28, 2011 – Rutgers University officials and mHealthcon executives today announced the debut of the 2011 mHealthcon Mobile Health Conference taking place December 1st at Rutgers University Center in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The one day conference will be exclusively dedicated to the mobile health apps market, and will feature C-level industry speakers, exhibits workshops and product demonstrations. Rutgers University Office of Research and Economic Development is the venue sponsor of the event.
According to organizers, the mHealthcon Conference will focus on the business of mHealth apps, the fastest growing niche in healthcare today. More than 200 million mHealth applications are in use, a number expected to triple by next year, climbing to a $4 billion market by 2014 (Technavio and Pyramid Research).
The conference will offer pharmaceutical executives, hospital management, researchers, investors, startups, health providers and clinicians market-driven insights into this burgeoning ecosystem. Organizers are expecting hundreds of attendees who will gain valuable exposure as they engage in direct dialogue with fellow opinion leaders, stakeholders and qualified end-users.
The conference will equip industry players with the tools to identify pivotal market opportunities and uncover sustainable mhealth business models. The conference will feature tracks on healthcare applications, technology development, and one for investors and startups.
The December 1st conference will be held at The Rutgers Center 126 College Avenue in New Brunswick, in the heart of pharma alley and steps from the New Brunswick NJ Transit Station. To register, visit www.mhealthcon.com. Those interested in speaking or sponsorships opportunities, contact Steven Greene at email@example.com or 917-656-1837.
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mHealthcon Mobile Health Conference December 1st at Rutgers University Center New Brunswick, New Jersey, exclusively dedicated to the mobile health apps market, and will feature C-level industry speakers, exhibits workshops and product demonstrations.