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A soon-to-be released GSMA whitepaper reveals that U.S. healthcare providers, patients and consumers strongly believe that mHealth solutions have the potential to deliver significant benefits. Healthcare providers believe the primary benefits of mHealth relate to driving behavioural change among patients, whereas patients and consumers believe mHealth’s primary benefit is the ability to monitor progress towards health goals more consistently.
From December 3rd to 5th, visit us at the GSMA stand 311, where we will be showcasing innovative mobile health solutions from China Mobile, Etisalat, Orange and Telenor Connexion.
Building successful partnerships: the role of mobile operators in mHealth – GSMA Affiliate Session on December 4th, 5:00 – 6:15 PM.
Moderated by Dr. Craig Friderichs, Director of Health in GSMA Mobile for Development, this session will provide an overview of successful mobile operator propositions from AT&T, China Mobile, Orange, SMART and Telefónica and demonstrate how mobile and health can jointly achieve long-term investment into healthcare. There are over 800 mobile health products and services around the globe, and increasingly mobile operators are taking a leading role in these solutions. Examples of successful partnership models will be discussed in an interactive panel session.
Session objectives are:
- To provide a global overview of mHealth services being delivered by GSMA members
- To showcase the role of the mobile operator in mHealth solutions
- To highlight the value proposition in successful mHealth services between mobile operators and the health industry
- Dr Craig Friderichs: Director of Health, GSMA
- Eleanor Chye: Executive Director, AT&T
- Carlos Martines: Head of Strategy and Innovation, Telefónica Digital
- Benjamin Sarda: Director, Orange Healthcare
- Li-Qun Xu: Chief Scientist, CMRI
Join us for this interactive panel session. Visit the website for more information and to view the conference programme.
About mHealth Summit
4,000 representatives from 50 countries are expected to attend the fourth annual event which, for the first time, will include a dedicated global health component focused on major developments for improving health systems in low- and middle-income countries through the best use of mobile technologies.
In addition to Dr. Nafis Sadik, Special Advisor to the UN Secretary-General, who is opening Day 3 of the summit, keynotes will be delivered by Dr. Francis S. Collins, Director of the National Institutes of Health; Mark T. Bertolini, Chairman and CEO of Aetna; Gary Shapiro, CEO and President of the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), Ariel Pablos-Méndez, Assistant Administrator for Global Health at USAID as well as Jeff Sachs (Director, Earth Institute at Columbia University. The summit will also feature senior representatives from the Harvard School of Public Health, Johnson & Johnson, UNICEF and who will focus on ways mobile technologies can positively affect the health of millions worldwide, especially women, children and the underserved.