The 2013 mHealth Summit is the premier international forum connecting the mobile health ecosystem for mHealth research, education, thought leadership, exhibits and action-provoking panel discussions.
The 2013 mHealth Summit program will kick off on Sunday December 8, 2013 and will run for 4 full days.  Program will showcase transformational and innovative presentations that deliver pragmatic evidence that mHealth is moving from theory to adoption and from pilot to scale.  Expect cutting-edge content, usage cases and discussion of the challenges, implications, impact and opportunities throughout the 4 day event! 
Since the inception of the mHealth Summit five years ago, innovation in the mobile and wireless health space have surged.  Mobility in healthcare has become a major component of the way care solutions are marketed, delivered, consumed and administered. Collaboration, generational attitudes and a wide range of regulatory changes and economic trends are also driving this change.
From the best in education, visionary keynotes, unparalleled networking opportunities and a world-class expo hall, the 2013 mHealth Summit delivers solutions to the rapidly evolving hospital-to-home industry — the mHealth Summit is a must-attend event for leaders and disruptors in the mobile health space.  

Session Topics

  • App Development
  • Business & Venture Funding Opportunities
  • Big Data and Analytics
  • Care Settings
  • Consumer/Patient & Physician Engagement
  • Emerging Technology
  • Global Health
  • International Perspectives
  • Legal Issues
  • M2M
  • Payers / Health Plans
  • Pharma & Life Sciences
  • Privacy & Security
  • Regulatory & Policy
  • Research

Program Components

  • 5 Keynotes and Executive Spotlights
  • 100 Educational Sessions
  • 10 Partner Sessions

Exclusive Co-Located Events

  • mHealth News/HITN Executive Breakfast
  • FierceMobileHealthcare Executive Breakfast
  • mHealth Law Track
  • Health 2.0 Symposium
  • Pharma Roundtable
  • Games for Health Workshop
  • ONC Town Hall Meeting
  • M2M Now Workshop
  • Policy Forum
  • NIH Training Institute
  • WIPJam