Mobile Healthcare Industry Summit – even Daley Thompson is coming!!

September 14, 2010 at 10:17 am Leave a comment

You’re not meant to have favourites, I know, but the Mobile Healthcare Industry Summit, which runs next week Tuesday/Wednesday at the Thistle Hotel, Marble Arch London,  is definitely my personal favourite event (although I love them all!). It’s simply fascinating hearing how the wireless industry is energising the healthcare provisioning industry, working up against some pretty disastrous chronic illness and global demographic stats.

We’ve got some very exciting developments this year – including a case study from Google on sports perfomance data connectivity within the Tour de France; over ten participants in our University R&D mobile healthcare Challenge; global health provider presence from across the world (over 30 countries); hands on demos and a Harley Street Alliance plug in workshop with decathlete Daley Thompson as featured panellist. Daley is acting as ambassador for new healthier ways of living engaged through innovative techniques – and who can say no to such a tache?! I for one am extremely excited.


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