Industry, academic, and government leaders are getting ready to gather for the 3rd Annual Wireless Health 2012 Conference October 23-25 in La Jolla, California. The Conference is set to showcase and tackle wireless health breakthroughs plus explore the future of this ever expanding and exciting field. The Conference will provide the most important academic and industrial research discussion forums to provide the edge in dealing with the new field of wireless health.
The conference, organized by the Wireless-Life Sciences Alliance (WLSA) offers an outstanding set of peer-reviewed papers and abstracts, interactive workshops, demonstrations, and world-renowned speakers. The event will bring together prominent innovators in wireless health technology, medical research, and public policy.
This event attracts more than 300 attendees from across the world, representing leading academic institutions, government agencies, clinical groups, NCOs, and non-profit organizations, mobile operators/carriers, and device and technology vendors.
Keynote speakers will include:
- John Mattison, M.D, Chief Medical Information Officer of Kaiser Permanente
- Jay Sanders, M.D, CEO of The Global Telemedicine Group, Adjunct Professor Medicine at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and Founding Board Member and President emeritus of the American Telemedicine Association
- Elizabeth Mynatt, Ph.D, Director of the GVU Center, Professor of the School of Interactive Computing, and Associate Dean for Strategic Planning and Initiatives at the College of Computing at Georgia Tech
- Lionel Tarassenko, C.B.E., F.R.Eng.,D.Phil, Chair in Electrical Engineering at Oxford University and Director of the Oxford Institute of Biomedical Engineering
- Molly Coye, M.D., M.P.H, Chief Innovation Officer of the UCLA Health System
Panelists from NIH, FDA, Qualcomm, and Aventyn and many more experts will be featured.
The conference will cover topics including wireless solutions to meet emerging needs, driven by health reform, big data, wearable health sensors, ECG monitoring of drivers, medication adherence, behavior modification, and health data safety and security plus a number of other topics.