How a Mobile Health Platform Went from Innovation to Operationalization: A Real Case Study

January 28, 2014

Dr. Ben Kanter, Chief Medical Information Officer, Palomar HealthJoin us on Thursday, February 20, 2014 for a special presentation by Benjamin Kanter, MD FCCP, the Chief Medical Information Officer for Palomar Health.

Dr. Kanter will discuss the development and licensing of Palomar Health’s mobile platform MIAA (Medical Information Anytime, Anywhere) in a partnership with AirStrip Technologies.

According to Inc. Magazine, AirStrip is the leading player in the new mHealth subindustry of remote patient monitoring, which allows clinicians to get detailed, real-time readouts of monitors on their tablets or smartphones anywhere in or out of the hospital.

JF Lancelot of Airstrip will discuss why they partnered with Palomar Health and what they want to get out of the relationship.

 

Dr. Kanter and Mr. Lancelot will discuss the full life-cycle from an innovation program to development to licensing, partnership, and operationalization.

 

The discussion will cover:

1) Hospitals and Innovation
2) Palomar Health’s approach to Innovation
3) MIAA and Licensing of MIAA
5) Partnership with AirStrip
6) What vendors and developers can expect when working with hospitals to develop new products.

Wireless Health Hub Meetup

Date: Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014
Time: 6:00 pm
North San Diego County
460 West Mission Road, Suite 133-135
San Marcos, California, 92069

RSVP to: info@socaleed.org

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