DIGITAL PERSONAL CONNECTED HEALTH
Orlando, FL - February 19 - 20, 2017
Jonah Comstock is the Editor in Chief at MobiHealthNews. An alumnus of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and The College of Wooster, Jonah has previously written for Psychology Today and the Columbia Journalism Review. He's also a Dow Jones Copy Editing Fellow and has worked on the copy desks at Newsday and the Tampa Bay Times. He worked on the weekly radio show Uptown Radio at Columbia and brought that expertise to MobiHealthNews to help start the MobiHealthNews Podcast. Jonah works out of MobiHealthNews HQ in Cambridge, MA. He has spoken at HIMSS' mHealth Summit and served as a judge for the GSMA Global Mobile Awards. Reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @JonahComstock.
Our day one leadership panel discussed the business case for digital and connected health. This session extends the conversation and takes a close look at how apps, smart phones and other devices must be designed to be effective and embraced by consumers/patients and healthcare staff.
What are the keys to meeting expectations of millennials, aging boomers and other consumer/patient segments? How should you do usability testing and determine minimally viable products?
Our expert speakers will discuss their experiences – some good, some stupendously ugly. All of them instructive in giving attendees insights into what works and what doesn’t.