Thursday, September 23, 2010

Latest mHealth Research Revealed at VITAL 2010

PricewaterhouseCoopers recently conducted a survey which concluded that three in ten Americans are willing to use their mobile phone to monitor and track their health. 40 percent stated that they would be willing to send their health data directly to their physician through a remote monitoring device. What’s more, they would be willing to pay for this device out of pocket.

To explore these findings further and understand how your organization fits into this emerging marketplace, join us at VITAL - The Consumer Digital Health Event next month.

VITAL, (Vision, Innovation, Technology, Adoption, Living) - The Consumer Digital Health Event, taking place Wednesday, October 6, 2010, is a one-day interactive think tank designed to bring together the key players in the consumer health technology market.

Throughout the day, participate in discussions on:
• Where are we now and where are we going: an in-depth review of the personal health technology landscape
• The tool kit to establish benchmarks for measuring clinical outcomes and changes in healthy behavior
• How to’s on setting incentives to overcome barriers to adoption for patients, members or employees
• Examining current reimbursement models and trends in self-pay
• Data integration: the quantified self and the physician EMR – are they fit to be tied?

For more on Vital, taking place October 6, 2010 in San Francisco, California, visit our webpage.

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