WELCOME TO THE 2015 MHEALTH SUMMIT CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
DEADLINE HAS PASSED. NOTIFICATIONS WILL BE SENT OUT IN EARLY AUGUST.
ABOUT THE MHEALTH SUMMIT
The mHealth Summit is the premier domestic and international conference and expo for the exchange of research, ideas, innovations and opportunities in mobile and connected health. The largest and most diverse event of its kind, the mHealth Summit convenes thought-leaders from across the healthcare value chain to explore new collaborations, business opportunities and initiatives. This year’s Summit will again feature a concurrent Global mHealth Forum focused on mobile and connected health in low and middle income countries (LMICs).
The 2015 mHealth Summit explores existing and emerging health technologies which enable improved communication and care coordination, clinical outcomes and efficiencies. Technologies changing care delivery include mobile devices and apps, telehealth services and personal connected health.
2015 MHEALTH SUMMIT THEME
The 2015 mHealth Summit theme, “Anytime, Anywhere: Engaging Providers and Patients” will put a spotlight on the shift to mobile, patient-centered healthcare delivery as well as consumer adoption of wearables, apps and personal health devices. The mHealth Summit program will feature presentations highlighting new information, evidence (validated and market research, and case studies) and market activity in the past 12 months, as well as select training workshops on key topics in mobile and connected health.
The mHealth Summit Program Committee is interested in proposals that highlight connected and coordinated care resulting in savings and improved outcomes for patients, health care providers, payers, and ACOs. There is also an interest in how connected health can assist pharmaceutical and life science companies to grow markets, and for wireless carriers to connect individuals to care. The Summit welcomes proposals from government agencies, non-profits, investors, and startups.
ABOUT THE GLOBAL MHEALTH FORUM
The Global mHealth Forum (GmHF) brings together public and private sector organizations to share the latest evidence, experiences and lessons learned with regard to new applications and approaches in mHealth. GmHF attracts a diverse group of program managers, implementers, policy makers, mobile and technology providers, and private and public sector health providers; as well as entrepreneurs, investors, funders and researchers working in LMICs.The objectives of the Forum are to enhance the capacity of governments, donors, civil society, NGOs, and social entrepreneurs to design, implement and evaluate mHealth initiatives in LMICs; and to provide a space for global health stakeholders working in LMICs to network and share knowledge.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL SUBMITTERS
Where appropriate, submissions may be considered for special events taking place as part of the mHealth Summit program (i.e., Clinical Mobility Forum, Venture+ Forum)
GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION
Submissions to the mHealth Summit are reviewed and scored by a panel of qualified judges. The highest quality abstracts will meet all of the following standards:
Includes 3 learning objectives for attendees
Non-promotional; abstracts that discuss commercial products, technologies or services will provide competitive and industry context and show no commercial bias
In order to maintain programming excellence and address the increasing number of submissions received by the mHealth Summit Program Committee, submission guidelines for this year’s event have been further refined.
The mHealth Summit Program Committee will consider vendor proposals only when the presentation will be made by or co-presented with a healthcare customer or formal research partner, such as a university, provider organization or independent market research firm presenting data from a high quality, validated study.
Co-presenting customers/partners should be identified in the submission under the "Add Presenter(s)" section. Vendor proposals that do not identify a co-presenting customer or partner will be denied.
Presentations must be non-promotional; abstracts that discuss commercial products, technologies or services will provide competitive and industry context and show no commercial bias
Vendors are defined as companies with commercially available products. Emerging companies whose products/services are not yet commercially available are invited to submit proposals for the mHealth Summit under the Business category (Startups/Investors or Business Opportunities) and/or to the Venture+ Forum.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR VALIDATED RESEARCH SUBMISSIONS
Submissions will cover the research background, purpose, methods, results and conclusions and will not use those headings in the abstract
Questions about the Summit or submitting your abstract? View our FAQs and then email firstname.lastname@example.org