Join Fierce for breakfast and a discussion on mHealth and accountable care


Do you plan on attending the next week's 2011 mHealth Summit at the Gaylord National Hotel and Convention Center in the Washington, D.C. area? If so, then you're invited to grab a bite to eat and some face-time with some of the top mobile experts in the healthcare industry at FierceMobileHealthcare's mHealth Summit Executive Breakfast on Tuesday, Dec. 6 at 8 a.m., co-located at the summit.

Our meeting, Powering the Care Models of Tomorrow: mHealth's Pivotal Role in Care Coordination & Accountable Care, offers an exclusive sit-down with some of the most plugged-in officials from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT, and private health systems.

Our panel includes: Audie Atienza, senior health technology advisor with the Office of the HHS Secretary, who is working on the successful text4baby program; Steven Dean, director of telemedicine operations for Inova Health System; Mohit Kaushal, executive vice president of business development for the West Wireless Health Institute; and Wendy Nilsen, one of the National Institutes of Health's top mobile advisors. I'll be moderating the discussion, probing to discover how mobile technology can better connect patients to clinicians, and clinicians to one another to improve coordination of care.

It's a unique opportunity to engage with mHealth leaders in an unscripted, intimate setting, with roughly 150 of your colleagues.

To learn more, register today! We hope to see you next Tuesday! - Sara

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