Opportunities in m-Health (11-Feb-13)
Monday 11th February at Trinity College’s Science Gallery, in the Paccar Theatre (Pearse St.). Register here.
According to a new market report published by Transparency Market Research the global mHealth market is expected to reach US$10.2bn. by 2018 from US$1.3bn. in 2012 at a CAGR of 41.5% from 2012 to 2018. M-Health is defined as where the consumer uses the mobile device in healthcare.
The monitoring services segment is in a commanding position having contributed about 63% of the global mHealth market revenue in 2012, with the identification, storage and delivery of real time information securely to mobile devices or the secure monitoring of data with alerts to mobile devices or secure messaging between medical and mobile devices (M2M).
Between now and 2018, there will be new opportunities that our panel of experts will discuss for you at our all-afternoon seminar (places are limited so register on time). This free event is an absolute must if your company already provides IT to the Health market (mobilize your solutions), or in the mobile sector and you intend to use your capabilities to offer m-health solutions (with or without IT for Healthcare companies). Speakers are from Vodafone, UCD, EPPOSI, Vu2Vu and Shimmer Research.
THANK YOU to our sponsor ENTERPRISE IRELAND, who allows us to make this event free of charge, however you must register to participate here (incl. agenda). Don’t delay too much as ther are only 50 seats available. If you register, please let us know if you can’t attend anymore, even on Monday 11th in the morning.
2:00pm Welcome + Networking
2:25pm From the lab to the consumer - a practical overview of mHealth deployments
Shimmer Research: Kieran Daly
2:50pm mHealth: The Vodafone perspective
Vodafone Ireland: Lorna Brady & John Kelly
3:15pm Networking break
3:45pm mHealth: the latest technological developments and the new Connected Health Technology Centre Initiative
4:10pm The role of mHealth in the current healthcare paradigm shift with concrete examples for development and implementation
EPPOSI: Nick Guldemond
4:35pm Conclusions + Networking