Mobile Technology Can Transform, Improve Health Care

U.S. News & World Report: Cellphones Can Change Global Health for the Better
Lisa Chau, founder of Alpha Vert

“For two days this month, the United Nations Headquarters in New York hosted the invite-only Cavendish Global Impact Forum. Among the panel discussions was how to identify innovations with the potential for transformational impact on disease outcomes and ensure their successful integration into medical practice. … The next five to 10 years will see an explosive growth in disruptive technology in the field of health care. Starlight Children’s Foundation co-founder Peter Samuelson says, ‘As mobile technology further miniaturizes‎ and interfaces seamlessly with the human daily experience, it becomes one with the reality of our health, and our management of our health challenges.’…” (5/20).

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