Join us on Tuesday, 25 March 2014 at 2pm for the next Digital Life Sciences webinar, this time focussing on the role that mobile phone apps are starting to play in the management of our healthcare.
Recent developments in mobile technology have generated many new words and phrases. However, there is arguably none more prevalent than “app”. From checking the weather, to planning a train journey, to buying films and music – if there is a job that needs to be done, odds are there is an app available to do it.
So what about our healthcare? Mobile apps have the potential to fulfil a wide range needs when it comes to health, from checking symptoms to having your say on the quality of care received. Already, the very best of these apps are being collated in specialist app libraries, helping patients to identify the very best tools available.
In this webinar, we will be looking not only at some of the key areas in which health apps are being developed, but also what these developments mean in the context of a wider digital healthcare model.
Additionally, we will be joined by Bruce Hellman, CEO and co-founder of socially-minded software company uMotif. As well as talking on the role that apps can play in monitoring and self-managing your health, Bruce will also be sharing his thoughts on the wider health app landscape.
Places are limited for this session, so please click here to register.