mHealth's Impact on the Future of Meaningful Use

Now available for on-demand viewing  |  Duration: 1 hour
Hosted by:
Dan Bowman, Editor,

Mobile health tools are rapidly being deployed throughout the healthcare industry, enabling providers to do their jobs faster, more efficiently, and essentially on-demand. Still, the role such tools play in helping providers to meet the federal government’s ever expanding Meaningful Use guidelines for the implementation of electronic health records remains unclear.

Mobile technologies and mHealth have huge potential to help providers meet Meaningful Use requirements. They offer clinicians fast and easy access to electronic health records data and can help engage patients in their own health data--both of which are requirements under the final Stage 2 rule and will continue to increase in importance in future stages.

A recent Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center study determined that patients want to view their imaging results as soon as possible, primarily through online patient portals--one of the main elements likely to be used to push patient engagement. As more and more patients access online information via mobile tools, it will be imperative for healthcare organizations to meet their patients in those spaces.

This webinar will focus on how providers can take advantage of the growing cadre of mobile health tools to help them in meeting their Meaningful Use goals.

Benefits of attending:

  • Learn more about how providers are using mHealth technologies to meet the goals of Meaningful Use

  • Discover new and emerging mHealth tools that will engage patients in their own health data

  • Hear how organizations are using mobile technologies to gather data to populate health records systems
Who should attend:
  • Hospital executives and providers tasked with helping their organizations to meet Meaningful Use:
    • CIOs
    • CMIOs


Joseph C. Kvedar, Founder and Director, Center for Connected Health
Dr. Kvedar is internationally recognized for his leadership and vision in the field of connected health and the application of communications technologies to improve healthcare to patients. He is a frequent lecturer and has authored over 70 publications on the subject.
Ted Eytan, Director, The Permanente Federation, Kaiser Permanente
Ted has worked with large medical groups and technologists to leverage health information technology to ensure that patients and their families have an active role in their own healthcare. He is a board certified in family practice, and his clinical interests are preventive care and reducing disparities in health status among vulnerable populations.
Doug Brown, Vertical Marketing Manager, Healthcare at Honeywell
Doug's career in the auto-identification and data capture (AIDC) industry spans over 25 years, and includes roles in engineering, marketing, project management, and new product development.