New AT&T CMIO excited about making health information portable

In an interview with FierceMobileHealthcare Editor Sara Jackson, new AT&T Chief Medical Information Officer Geeta Nayyar talks about the company's new Developer Center for mHealth--which is designed to help app developers determine the usefulness of their creations--as well as her passion for simply making healthcare information more portable. She likens using apps to make doctors' appointments to making restaurant reservations online. "It's the concept of being able to connect mobile information in a whole new way," Nayyar says. Commentary

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