The largest event of its kind, the 5th annual mHealth Summit delivers value for stakeholders across the mobile health ecosystem.   The event uniquely gathers healthcare and technology leaders in government, the private sector, industry, academia, providers and not-for-profit organizations from across the mobile health continuum to advance collaboration in the use of wireless technology to improve health outcomes, reduce costs and create a new paradigm in health care delivery both in the United States and abroad.  
Mobile health has the capacity to provide health care at the right time and the right place. This channel is fundamental in transforming the way health is managed and health care is delivered. It has the potential to save time and energy through every facet of the health care ecosystem- improving communications and opportunities for changes in how health and chronic conditions are managed, and providing better care with better outcomes.
The mHealth Summit, the largest mobile health event in the world, brings together providers, leaders, influencers and visionaries in wireless and mobile health technologies and integration as well as those in different stages of this transition to discuss hands-on strategies, examine success stories, and explore challenges and innovations.  This year’s general program provides the broadest and deepest coverage of the ecosystem in the world under one roof.  
This intense 4 day experience connects passionate people who are envisioning revolutionary change. From exhibits to program, the event is designed to share the thoughts and experiences of those who are achieving excellence and accepting challenges while inspiring the highly skilled audience to interact and help achieve radical change.  
Attend & Experience:
  • 6 Keynotes
  • 100 Educational Sessions
  • 400+ Exhibitors
  • 5,500+ Attendees
  • Exclusive Co-located Events
    • mHealth in the Hospital Symposium
    • Health 2.0 Symposium
    • Pharma Roundtable
    • Games for Health Workshop
    • ONC Town Hall Meeting
    • M2M Now Workshop
    • Policy Forum
    • NIH Training Institute
    • WIPJam