Wikipedia defines wireless health as the integration of wireless technology into traditional medicine, such as diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of illness, as well as other tools that can help individuals improve their personal health and wellbeing. Wireless health differs from mHealth in that wireless health solutions will not always be mobile and mobile health solutions will not always be wirelessly enabled. Mobile broadband connectivity is useful in reaching new patients in remote areas while improving productivity and convenience through data transmission. <br>
With San Diego being recognized as a leader in the developing industry cluster that is Wireless Health, we are interested in bringing people together who are currently involved in companies that address this market, or are looking into getting more familiar with this rapidly growing, exciting space. <br>
We will be meeting at CyberTECH's NEST Cowork space which also houses iHive, an Internet of Things Incubator, xHive and CyberHive.