1st Mobile Health Apps Conference in "Pharma Alley" NY/NJ Dec. 1 ... and we need your support for our new event

From: Bob M.
Sent on: Thursday, October 20, 2011 9:59 PM
1st Mobile Health Apps Conference in "Pharma Alley" NY/NJ Dec. 1

IBreakfast/iEvening & Pacificdialogue announce 
the first focused conference on the emerging $23 
billion mobile/apps health market. Driven by Apps 
and the global proliferation of smartphones and 
digital pads, the marketplace with its fast track 
consumer delivery light FDA regulation is 
expected to grow from an expected $4.1 billion in 2014 to $23 billion in 2015

mHEALTHCON will be held at Rutgers University, in 
the heart of Pharma Alley, on December 1, 2011. 
The conference will bring together physicians, 
medical practitioners, administrators and 
established pharmaceutical companies, along with 
start-ups investors, and engineers eager to learn 
about as well as manage, discuss and shape this 
worldwide expanding marketplace.

Please contact Alan Brody in NY at 
[address removed] (800)[masked] or Steven 
Greene in NJ at [address removed] or (201) 
[masked] for sponsorship, exhibiting, speaking 
and start-up presentation opportunities.

For sponsorship and exhibiting information 
contact Jim McManus at [address removed] or [address removed].

For media inquiries contact Bob Miko at (203) 
[masked] [address removed] or 
[address removed] (www.press reg is at 
pacificdialogue.com/­pd2004_preg.htm)

For this conference we will be assembling a 
directory of leading medical apps (including PCs, 
Toughbooks, Android, Blackberry, Apple's Ipad, 
and Smartphone platforms) ... to participate in 
this program which will include listing in our 
printed Med Apps Directory for the conference 
contact Bob Miko at[masked] or [address removed].

Registration for the event is $125 for the early bird $295 at the door at
or
Visit www.mappscon.com or www.mhealthcon.com

More About Mobile Health Conference with HealthApps
         When the president of the UN General 
Assembly called on world leaders to embrace 
mhealth technologies this week, it only confirmed 
what tech cognoscenti already know. Mobile 
healthcare is exploding, expected to grow to $23 
billion in 2015. Within that, the biggest growth 
opportunity for startups may be in mhealth apps, 
expected to reach $4.1 billion by
2014. Yet, if you head into the top healthcare 
conferences, ventures committed to mhealth apps 
are mixed in, a small part of larger, broader 
health tech conferences. As the longest standing 
firm in the tech event space, we decided the time 
is right for a change, and we are launching a new 
venture, mhealthcon, mobile healthcare 
conferences exclusively dedicated to ventures in 
the mhealth apps eco-system. Our first conference 
will take place December 1, 2011 in the heart of "Pharma
Alley" in alliance with Rutgers University. We 
expect hundreds of stakeholders including pharma 
execs, hospital managers, physicians and 
investors. We will offer a full day of 
mission-critical speakers and workshops led by 
leading innovators, top educators and policy makers and major investors.

For a limited time, we are looking for speakers, 
sponsors. To apply for our limited spots, send a 
detailed email to [address removed]. To be 
included in our updates on the agenda and registration sign up today.

Speaker Track
· Mobile health technology
· Mobile health applications
· Mobile health investing

Examples of Key growth accelerators:
· Key role mobile will play in various areas of 
healthcare delivery, including education and 
awareness; remote data collection; remote 
monitoring; disease and epidemic outbreak 
tracking; and diagnostic and treatment support.
· Growth around medication adherence. Patients 
will be leveraging reminder systems that combine 
encrypted SMS (texting) and other modes of 
communication to help them remember to adhere to their therapies.
· Mobile telemedicine. Patients are already 
exchanging emails and video clips with their 
physicians, but we´ll see more of this happening 
in real-time. Plus, we´ll see clinicians who are 
on the field (such as emergency workers) using 
their mobile devices to communicate with 
physicians back in the hospital. The telemedicine 
industry will experience significant shifts as 
mobile devices play a larger role.

Projected Market Growth
· The mobile health market has a year-over-year 
growth rate of around 17 percent since 2010 and 
is estimated to be worth $2.1 billion at the end of 2011.
· 25% of physicians own iPads Mobile health 
market is expected to grow with a CAGR of nearly 22 percent from 2012 to 2014.
· The global telemedicine market is expected to 
grow by more than 100 percent in the coming five 
years, according to a report published by BCC Research.

Telemedicine market will be worth some $23 
billion in 2015 compared to $9.8 billion in 2010.

  ... call when you have a second

Bob Miko
[masked]
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Bob Miko
Producer
MHAppsXpo
Dec 1st, 2011
Rutgers University
www.mappscon.com
Pacificdialogue Trade Show Bureau
supporting the health care community since 1973
[masked]
[masked]
159 Reitter St., Stratford, CT 06614 USA
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