d4 has been invited to present our results from our recent research “A survey of mobile phone usage by health care professionals in the UK” at the Mobile Healthcare Industry Review, which will be held at The King’s Fund on Tuesday 14th December 2010.
This event is a follow-up to the successful Mobile Healthcare Industry Summit held in London in September this year. You can read a comprehensive round-up of that eventcourtesy of David Doherty/3GDoctor. These events typically draw a broad audience comprising manufacturers, network operators, policy makers, regulators, software developers, service providers and health care professionals.
d4 will be headlining the event with the survey results, a Q&A session followed by a break-out session to discuss relevant topics. The full agenda is as follows:
3.00pm – Survey Presentation by d4 – How Are UK Health Care Professionals Using Mobile?
James Sherwin-Smith, CEO of d4, presents the results from their 2010 nationwide survey (plus Q & A session).
3.30pm – Reflections on How UK Health Care Professionals Use Mobiles and Mobility?
Led by d4, guests are invited to sit at one of the following roundtables and discuss the following:
- How are healthcare professionals using mobiles? How can mobile healthcare products support these applications?
- How is the health service approach to use of mobiles in healthcare limiting their potential? Can anything be done about this?
- How can better communication assist mobile healthcare provision? How can best practice be promoted?
4.00pm Roundtables Feedback Results to Main Group
4.15pm Refreshments and Networking Break
4.45pm Rapid SMS Aid in Rural Africa – How are NGO’s Employing Rapid SMS Services to Improve Child Care in Rural Africa?
Developing Market Case Study with Q and A
5.15pm – VC Panel Discussion – What’s Hot and What’s Not in Mobile Healthcare?
A panel of top VCs discuss what areas of potential investment in wireless healthcare convergence deserve most attention. Moderated by Ken Blakeslee, Chairman, Web Mobility Ventures.
6pm-8pm Networking Drinks and Canapes
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