mHealth 2010 Conference & Expo (mHealth 2010)

Venue: to be confirmed soon

Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Event Date/Time: Sep 13, 2010 End Date/Time: Sep 15, 2010
Registration Date: Aug 02, 2010
Early Registration Date: Apr 19, 2010
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Description

2010 is THE year for mHealth

mHealth 2010 brings together leading players from across the entire mobile healthcare ecosystem. It will feature 35+ top executive presentations and global case studies. The conference will facilitate the global development of mobile healthcare and explore ways in which universal healthcare can be delivered with the aid of mobile technology

With over 200 attendees, global case studies, key decision makers, innovative formats and built-in networking time, this is a conference that you cannot afford to miss.

What is unique about this event?
•First ever truly global mHealth conference with presentations and attendees spanning from Japan to Peru.
•Ecosystem: Meet all of the key stakeholders in mHealth: mobile operators, systems integrators, devise manufactures, healthcare professionals, governments, NGOs, application and software developers
•Dynamic: less formal presentations with more interactive panel discussions, Q&A sessions, and a live application shoot-out!
•Independent: Your hosts, Clarion Conferences don’t represent mobile network operators, hospitals, software or any other stakeholder. We have no software of consultancy services to sell.

More than 35 of the most important speakers in mobile health are presenting at mHealth 2010
mHealth 2010 will host the most senior business leaders in the mobile healthcare. Keynote speakers include:
•Joaquim Croca, Head of mHealth, Vodafone Global Enterprise, UK
•Thierry Zylberberg, Executive Vice President, Strategic Partnerships and General Manager, Health Business, Orange-France Telecom, France
•Eiji Hotoda, Director, Smart Sports, KDDI, Japan
•Betty Mwangi, Chief Officer - New Products Division, Safaricom, Kenya
•Philip Sowah, Country Manager, Zain, Ghana
See who else will be speaking at mHealth 2010 (this will be a link to speaker’s page)


Benefits of attending

mHealth 2010 has been designed to maximise your time out of the office - you will get:

•Business card exchange and speed networking: you will be given the opportunity to formally meet and greet other industry leaders, decision makers and experts. Business cards are exchanged and key relationships are forged that can be fostered throughout the event and beyond.
•Industry led agenda: with the input of our inaugural Advisory Board and key industry leaders, the agenda has been developed in conjunction with the industry for the industry, meaning that we address the most relevant issues affecting your business over two days.
•Practical case studies: industry leaders of the highest calibre have been carefully selected to share their views and leading case studies on mHealth and in addition to how their companies are progressing and preparing for the future.
•Networking opportunities: Speed networking session, 4 coffee breaks, 2 lunches, and 1 evening networking reception! Plenty of opportunities are offered for you to catch up with your peers, meet new influential decision makers and secure new business leads.
•Interactive discussions: panel sessions and an application showcase have been developed to give you the opportunity to interact with the very best in the industry.

Who You Will Meet

Confirmed Speakers
•Dr. Karim Taga, Managing Director, Arthur D. Little, Austria
•Thierry Zylberberg, Executive Vice President, Strategic Partnerships and General Manager, Health Business, Orange-France Telecom, France
•Joaquim Croca, Head of mHealth, Vodafone Global Enterprise, UK
•Eiji Hotoda, Director, Smart Sports, KDDI, Japan
•Shainoor Khoja, Director of Corporate Affairs, Roshan, Afghanistan
•Juergen Pillinger, New Business Development, Orange Austria, Orange
•Mila Milenkovic, Head of B2B Partnership, Telekom Srbija, Serbia
•Betty Mwangi, Chief Officer - New Products Division, Safaricom, Kenya
•Dr. Sally Stansfield, Executive Secretary, Health Metrics Network, World Health Organisation, Geneva
•Mohammed Jamoussi, Senior Consultant, Saudi Telecom, Saudi Arabia
•Philip Sowah, Country Manager, Zain, Ghana
•Dr. S. Arulrhaj, President, Commonwealth Medical Association, India
•Dr. Joel Selanikio, Director, DataDyne.org, Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, George Town University, USA
•Dr Anatole Menon-Johansson, Department Genitourinary Medicine, St Thomas' Hospital, UK
•Dr. Mohammad Al-Ubaydi, Founder, Patients Know Best, UK
•Mitul Shah, mHealth Alliance, United Nations Foundations, USA
•Josh Nesbit, Executive Director, Frontline SMS: Medic, USA
•Hajo Van Beijma, ICT/Finance Manager, Text to Change, Uganda
•Brian Dolan, Editor & Co-founder, mobihealthnews, USA
•James Nakagawa, Founder & CEO, Mobilehealthcare Inc, Japan
•Kristin Tolle, Senior Research Program Manager, Healthcare, Microsoft Research, USA
•Matt Berg, ChildCount, Kenya
•Dr. Ruchi Bhatt, Council Member, Healthcare, Gerson Lehrman Group, India
•Peter Benjamin, Cell-Iife, South Africa
•COL Ron Poropatich, MD, US Army, USA
•Robin A. Miller, Co-founder, Praekelt Foundation, South Africa
•Alison Bloch, Consultant, USA

Speaking opportunities
Are you interested in sharing your industry knowledge?

If you work within the mHealth sector, and have a competent knowledge of your field, why not take this opportunity to share your expertise?
Key benefits of joining our executive speaker panels include:
•Complete access to the conference, which means that you gain exclusive insight into the mHealth sector to enable you to define your own mHealth strategy.
•Discounted passes for your colleagues to attend mHealth 2010, which means that you can attend as a group and maximise your time out of the office
•Extensive promotion before, during and following the conference positioning you as a thought leader within the sector, which means that you can enhance your professional profile

Submit your abstract for consideration today by downloading our ‘call for papers’ submission form! Actual case study presentations of mHealth projects are of particular interest.
For further details, please contact:

Aaron Richard Earl Boasman, Conference Director
t: +44 (0) 20 7067 1804(Direct)
e: aaron.boasman@clarionevents.com

Sponsoring, exhibiting and branding opportunities at mHealth 2010
mHealth 2010 is the meeting place for over 150 senior representatives from across the mHealth ecosystem, and provides the best opportunity to discuss, debate and analyse the latest industry developments.

This unique conference is the only event which spans the globe and looks in detail across the whole mHealth ecosystem. They key issues affecting the market will be addressed and considered by the entire value chain and you will have the opportunity to position yourself as a thought leader in the industry.

Involvement in mHealth 2010 will allow you to...
•Demonstrate leadership expertise and the opportunity to network with pre-qualified decision makers who will be attending the conference
•Network with leading members of the mHealth industry who have recently pioneered new mHealth projects and services.
•Capture new prospects from the entire mHealth value chain whilst enhancing your corporate profile with existing clients
•Increase your brand recognition with a global decision-making audience
•Add qualified leads to your sales pipeline
•Accelerate your existing pipeline by meeting your prospective clients
•Differentiate yourself from the competition

Whether you are looking to build awareness, generate new business or strengthen existing relationships – a presence at mHealth 2010 can help you achieve your goals.

Make sure you are part of the mHealth 2010 experience. There are a limited number of sponsoring, exhibiting and branding packages available. Please contact Sandeep Malhotra on +44 (0) 207 0671827 or sandeep.malhotra@clarionevents.com

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Additional Information

mHealth 2010 has been designed to maximise your time out of the office - you will get: * Business card exchange and speed networking: you will be given the opportunity to formally meet and greet other industry leaders, decision makers and experts. Business cards are exchanged and key relationships are forged that can be fostered throughout the event and beyond. * Industry led agenda: with the input of our inaugural Advisory Board and key industry leaders, the agenda has been developed in conjunction with the industry for the industry, meaning that we address the most relevant issues affecting your business over two days. * Practical case studies: industry leaders of the highest calibre have been carefully selected to share their views and leading case studies on mHealth and in addition to how their companies are progressing and preparing for the future. * Networking opportunities: Speed networking session, 4 coffee breaks, 2 lunches, and 1 evening networking reception! Plenty of opportunities are offered for you to catch up with your peers, meet new influential decision makers and secure new business leads. * Interactive discussions: panel sessions and an application showcase have been developed to give you the opportunity to interact with the very best in the industry. The mHealth 2010 interactive, two day agenda brings together an unrivalled speaker line up from leading players in the mHealth industry. Hear from all parts of the ecosystem and develop a more in-depth understanding of issues faced in the industry and hear firsthand accounts of the latest deployments and case studies. Pre-conference workshop Specific sessions before the conference looking into the business case for mobile healthcare in emerged and emerging markets will allow delegates to develop a more in-depth understanding of key issues around the business base. It will allow delegates to leave with expert knowledge on how to put together a convincing business case and make mHealth a reality and speed up the development of mobile healthcare in the field. Conference Agenda Hear the latest challenges, opportunities and successful case studies in mHealth. Topics will include: * What is the role of the operator in mHealth: Is it more than just a dumb pipe? * Delivering universal healthcare via mobile phones & technology * How to overcome the privacy, security and ethical challenges of handling and storing patient data in mobile healthcare * Using smart phones for diabetic self management: A Mobile Healthcare Inc case study * Healthcare on the frontline: Saving lives through effectively using Mobile Health for Medical Stability Operations * Building your business case for profitable mobile health deployments in emerging markets * Launching an mHealth service providing a central platform for blood glucose and blood pressure measurements via the handset * Will the major internet players end up dominating the mHealth space? * Mobile healthcare services case study: Opportunities for GCC hospitals * Industry insight for start-ups - What makes a successful application? What you should know about mHealth Mobile Health is a recent term for medical and public health practice supported by mobile devices, such as mobile phones, patient monitoring devices, PDAs, and other wireless devices. mHealth applications include the use of mobile devices in collecting community and clinical health data, delivery of healthcare information to practitioners, researchers, and patients, real-time monitoring of patient vital signs, and direct provision of care (via mobile telemedicine). Mobile eHealth or mHealth broadly encompasses the use of mobile telecommunication and multimedia technologies as they are integrated within increasingly mobile and wireless healthcare delivery systems and is part of a movement towards citizen-centred health service delivery. Mobile technologies by nature lend themselves to more decentralized health service delivery. Ministries of Health in low and middle income countries and policy makers are eager to explore the use of mobile phones and other ICT to promote health, but the lack of a comprehensive model, knowledge base, and published data on the health benefits poses significant barriers.When you register, your ticket will include: * Access to all presentations and networking opportunities * All food and refreshments over the 2 days (excluding evening meals) * All post conference presentation slides and notes for training purposes * Access to international subject matter experts * Access to exhibition room * On-site assistance with networking * Passes to attend the hosted drinks reception to be confirmed at later stage Book early and take advantage of the Early Bird Discounts. Price before 19th April - save up to £450 Pre-Conference Workshop Only: £350 + VAT Two Day Conference Only: £999 + VAT Complete Event (Two Day Conference + Pre-Conference Workshop): £1349 + VAT Price after 21st June - save up to £300 Pre-Conference Workshop Only: £400 + VAT Two Day Conference Only: £1099 + VAT Complete Event (Two Day Conference + Pre-Conference Workshop): £1499 + VAT Price after 2nd August Pre-Conference Workshop Only: £500 + VAT Two Day Conference Only: £1299 + VAT Complete Event (Two Day Conference + Pre-Conference Workshop): £1799 + VAT VAT = 0% For more information or to discuss you attendance at mHealth 2010 Conference & Expo please contact: Dale Mortoo Delegate Manager +44 (0)20 7067 1833 dale.mortoo@clarionevents.com mHealth 2010 is the meeting place for over 150 senior representatives from across the mHealth ecosystem, and provides the best opportunity to discuss, debate and analyse the latest industry developments. This unique conference is the only event which spans the globe and looks in detail across the whole mHealth ecosystem. They key issues affecting the market will be addressed and considered by the entire value chain and you will have the opportunity to position yourself as a thought leader in the industry. Involvement in mHealth 2010 will allow you to... * Demonstrate leadership expertise and the opportunity to network with pre-qualified decision makers who will be attending the conference * Network with leading members of the mHealth industry who have recently pioneered new mHealth projects and services * Capture new prospects from the entire mHealth value chain whilst enhancing your corporate profile with existing clients * Increase your brand recognition with a global decision-making audience * Add qualified leads to your sales pipeline * Accelerate your existing pipeline by meeting your prospective clients * Differentiate yourself from the competition Whether you are looking to build awareness, generate new business or strengthen existing relationships – a presence at mHealth 2010 can help you achieve your goals. Make sure you are part of the mHealth 2010 experience. There are a limited number of sponsoring, exhibiting and branding packages available. Please contact Sandeep Malhotra on +44 (0) 207 0671827 or sandeep.malhotra@clarionevents.com mHealth 2010 is the meeting place for over 150 senior representatives from across the mHealth ecosystem, and provides the best opportunity to discuss, debate and analyse the latest industry developments. To discuss how your publicationwebsite can be involved in mHealth 2010 Conference & Expo 2010 please contact: Emese Boldog Marketing Executive +44 (0) 207 067 1830 emese.boldog@clarionevents.com mHealth Networking Group is an opportunity for all mobile telecommunications industry experts, healthcare professionals, governments and NGOs to learn, understand and share the very latest developments in mobile healthcare. Join at www.linkedin.com/e/gis/2850008 The group is associated with mHealth 2010, but membership is open to both our speakers, delegates, sponsors and to other parties interested in Mobile Health who are not able to attend our events. Email, call or fill in our enquiry form below. Aaron Boasman Conference Director +44 (0)20 7067 1804 aaron.boasman@clarionevents.com Emese Boldog Marketing Executive +44 (0)20 7067 1830 emese.boldog@clarionevents.com Dale Mortoo Delegate Manager +44 (0)20 7067 1833 dale.mortoo@clarionevents.com Sandeep Malhotra Sponsorship Manager +44 (0)20 7067 1827 sandeep.malhotra@clarionevents.com Clarion Events Limited 86 Hatton Garden London EC1N 8QQ

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