Global mHealth Forum

Pave the Road to Game-Changing Global Health Innovation. 

The second annual Global mHealth Forum will convene during the 2015 mHealth Summit, focusing on mobile and connected health in low and middle income countries (LMICs). This two-day event is presented in partnership with the mHealth Working Group and USAID.

Accelerate your purpose. Benefit from cutting-edge presentations, resources and expert insights designed to:

  • Enhance the capacity of governments, donors, civil society, NGOs and social entrepreneurs to design, implement (including scale up) and evaluate mHealth initiatives in LMICs
  • Provide a space for global health stakeholders and mHealth professionals working in LMICs to network with each other as well as with health ministries, NGOs, technical experts and mHealth solution providers
  • Share the state of the art in mHealth in LMICs, and explore emerging trends

In Partnership With

Collaborate and network with others who share your mission. 

Program managers and implementers, policy makers, mobile and technology companies, and private and public sector healthcare providers will focus on strategies and opportunities to leverage mobile and connected health in developing economies. 

Entrepreneurs, investors, funders and researchers will present the latest evidence, experience and lessons learned in driving change in healthcare delivery in LMICs. 

Get the full picture by attending both the Forum and the Summit.

This focused event is complementary to the educational programming at the mHealth Summit. Together these events broaden your scope of the industry as a whole – providing powerful perspective critical to your success. 

New! Register for the Global mHealth Forum and receive full access to the Summit.

About the mHealth Working Group.

The mHealth Working Group, based in Washington, DC, has grown into an international community of over 1,600 members representing more than 450 organizations in 73 countries. The group's mission is to frame mobile technology within a larger global health strategy and to build capacity, encourage collaboration and share knowledge. If you are not already a member, you can join at the Global mHealth Forum.