WCA Convenes Top Experts in Mobile Health for Health Tech ’14 Conference
Whether counting calories, monitoring heart rates, or finding doctors, consumers are using mobile devices to take charge of their health in ways we never dreamed of just a few years ago. New technologies are also transforming clinical settings, with doctors and other healthcare professionals using mobile devices to track, manage, and deliver healthcare. Mobile health is definitely something you should know more about. The Westchester County Association will offer an up-close and in-depth look at the latest in mobile health news at its exciting, upcoming Health Tech ’14: Fueling Innovation in Westchester conference on May 8.
“For anyone working in healthcare or technology today, this discussion is not to be missed,” said Amy Allen, the WCAs managing director of advocacy and international business. “Mobile technologies are impacting every single aspect of healthcare, including patient access to care, patient engagement, data management, insurance delivery, and much, much, more. Our panelists will share practical insights for healthcare professionals working in hospitals, labs, medical centers, physician practices, and technology."
Featured speakers on the mobile health panel include David Crane, CEO, Mobile Health One; Alan Antin, President, Nuvita; Jack Wolf, Chief Information Officer, Montefiore Medical Center; and, moderator Nancie Celini, Chief Learning Officer, Cab, Inc., a technology and learning company.
The mobile health panel follows a keynote address from Brian Kolonick, the Cleveland Clinic's Director of Healthcare Innovation Alliances, and a “showcase” panel highlighting the latest breakthrough innovations in Westchester today. And after the panel discussion? More vibrant panels and nationally known speakers -- including a presentation from a master inventor of IBM Watson!
“Health Tech 14: Fueling Innovation in Westchester” features 30 experts in healthcare, biotechnology, medical technology, technology transfer, law, finance, and funding who will share their experience and insights. The conference gives you a chance to get up close and personal with some of the most innovative companies today. Tickets are: Day One only: $225; full conference $425. Be there! It will be unforgettable!