Healthcare Mobile

Merging Telemedicine and Healthcare Mobility



The idea behind telemedicine has well-publicized benefits to improving healthcare delivery, but part of the reason behind its slow adoption has been that the term itself has broadened to include video conferencing, store and forward technology and remote monitoring. And as healthcare mobility solutions grow, the definition is further blurring the lines on how to address remote treatment. So how can we combine these two concepts? How can mobile solutions be used to enable telemedicine and a wider use of Electronic Medical Records while addressing security, data and infrastructure concerns?


Harun Rashid

Harun Rashid, VP Global Health Services and Chief Information Officer, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh - UPMC

Vice President Global Health Services and Chief Information Officer Harun Rashid brings more than a decade of accomplishment-laden experience in the Healthcare Information Technology industry. Mr. Rashid has been responsible for building a... More   View all posts

Dale Alverson

Dale Alverson, Medical Director of the Center for Telehealth and Cybermedicine Research, University of New Mexico

Dr. Alverson is Professor Emeritus on faculty at the University of New Mexico, School of Medicine. Since 1995, he has been the Medical Director of the Center for Telehealth and Cybermedicine Research at UNM. In that role, he has been involv... More   View all posts

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