• Tom Wheeler, Chairman, mHealth Alliance Partnership
• Mayor Corey Booker, City of Newark
• Dr. Simon Samaha, CEO, Summit Medical Group
• Jayant Parthasarathy, Director, Innovation and R&D, UnitedHealth Group
• Serge Loncar, CEO, Carespeak
• Richy Glassberg, COO, MedHelp
• Ryan Sysko, CEO, WellDoc
• Dr. Gopal Chopra, CEO, pingmd
• Al Shar, VP, Technology, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
According to analysts, mHealth is expected to become a $23 billion market by 2015 with over 500 million doctors, patients and consumers tapping apps, applications and devices to help diagnose disease, manage healthcare, fitness and exercise. The pharma alley conference is hosted by Rutgers University Office of Research and Economic Development and sponsored by iBreakfast, Pacific Dialogue and Sperlingreene Marketing.
Partner Steven Greene said, “Healthcare professionals who want to remain up to date, can’t afford to miss this event on the latest innovations in ehealth, wireless health and mobile healthcare. The conference will offer pharmaceutical executives, hospital management, researchers, investors, startups, health providers and clinicians market-driven insights into this burgeoning ecosystem right in the heart of pharma alley.”
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. The full day conference is $295 with early bird rates currently available at www.mhealthcon.com. For information on sponsorships and speaking opportunities, contact Steven Greene at email@example.com or 917-656-1837.
ABOUT THE mHEALTH ALLIANCE
The mHealth Alliance (mHA) advances mHealth through policy research, advocacy, and support for the development of interoperable solutions and sustainable deployment models. Working with diverse partners, the mHA sponsors events and conferences, leads cross-sector mHealth initiatives, and hosts HUB (HealthUnBound)
mHA is positioned at the leading edge of the mHealth ecosystem as a convener to unite existing mHealth projects and guide governments, NGOs, and mobile firms to deliver innovative and interoperable solutions in this exploding field.
The idea for the mHealth Alliance emanated from a July 2008 conference in Bellagio, Italy on the future of mHealth, during which participants committed to forming a non-profit mHealth Alliance to maximize the impact of mobile health, especially in emerging economies, by ensuring interoperability and open-standards based solutions.
Launched at the GSM Association Mobile World Congress in February 2009 by the United Nations Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, and Vodafone Foundation, the mHA now includes the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), GSM Association and HP among its founding partners.
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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.