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December 11th: Mobile Health: Opportunities and Obstacles
Mobile medical devices and apps are popping up all over. This growth offers opportunities for developers, clinicians and patients alike. But along with those opportunities come several obstacles to contend with. Depending on the type of app, developers will have to jump through all sorts of hoops to get FDA approval. Similarly clinicians sometimes face resistance from IT managers when they want to bring their own devices into the enterprise setting. And patients are faced with a long list of mobile apps, some of which offer more hype than help. Join us for this InformationWeek Healthcare virtual event, where editors and industry experts will sort through these issues and discuss how to best take advantage of all that mobile health has to offer patients, clinicians, and entrepreneurs.
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Most CIOs say they understand that the old IT rulebook is obsolete, mostly because customers or colleagues in other departments are making noises about working around their organizations -- or they already are. At this year's InformationWeek 500 Virtual Event, you'll hear CIOs at leading companies discuss how their organizations are rewriting the old IT rulebook and at the same time accelerating business execution and growth.
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