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By Brian Dolan May 23, 2016
Thanks to a long list of drivers finally coming together, PGHD is now ready and poised to help transform healthcare. That’s why next month HIMSS is co-presenting the very first live event for our publication: MobiHealthNews 2016. This one-day summit in San Francisco on June 13 gathers together the best and brightest healthcare providers working on PGHD initiatives today -- be sure to register...
By Brian Dolan April 7, 2016
MobiHealthNews is excited to announce our very first live event, MobiHealthNews 2016, which will take place June 13th in San Francisco. This one-day summit will focus on patient generated health data and the forward-looking healthcare organizations who have not only recognized its potential, but have begun the sometimes difficult work of making use of it in meaningful ways. If you are a...
By Brian Dolan January 31, 2013
This afternoon at 2PM ET (11AM PT) MobiHealthNews will be hosting its first online event of the year: 2013 Mobile and Digital Health Trends. As always, these are big events, and we currently have well over 1,000 registrants signed up for the session, which will include two presentations focused on trends set to dominate the digital health discussion in the year ahead. More importantly, perhaps,...
By Brian Dolan December 13, 2012
This afternoon MobiHealthNews is hosting its fifth online event for 2012: Texting in Healthcare. We'll be discussing an all-important topic for healthcare providers: secure messaging, both between providers and between providers and patients. In addition to a question-and-answer period with attendees, the webinar will also include presentations from Brad Brooks, President and Co-Founder,...
By Brian Dolan November 6, 2012
One of the shifts that occurred in telecommunications once most people began to carry mobile phones was that we no longer only called places, we called people. Location no longer mattered us much, we can now make calls -- for better or worse -- from virtually anywhere. A popular phrase in healthcare -- "point of care" -- has historically been a phrase that is very much tied to a particular...