Project HoneyBee On the 2014 mHealth Summit Main Stage

Bryan Sivak

Bryan Sivak

Project HoneyBee is excited to announce our involvement at the 2014 mHealth Summit, which takes several forms.

First, on December 10, Project HoneyBee will lead a highly interactive panel—“Validating Clinical Data to Reinvent Medicine”—to explore how health systems can leverage the promise of continuous physiological measurement to pinpoint the transition from health to disease in order to improve outcomes and lower costs. Sustainable Health Center Director Michael Birt will moderate. Confirmed panelists include Bryan Sivak, the Chief Technology Officer for HHS; Teri Pipe, Dean of Nursing for ASU; Jim Levine, Professor of Medicine for Mayo Clinic, Arizona and Director of Obesity Solutions for the  Mayo Clinic and Arizona State University; and Dan Dixon, VP and Chief Community Engagement Officer for Providence Health & Services.

Teri Pipe

Teri Pipe

The Project HoneyBee panel plays a lead role in the mHealth Summit’s interdisciplinary discussions, which focus on reducing overall health costs while expanding and increasing quality of care. A new IDC Health Insights report forecasts that U.S. clinical mobility spending will reach $ 5.4 billion by 2016, representing a 12.7% compound annual growth rate between 2011 and 2016.

Jim Levine

Jim Levine

Project HoneyBee also supports mHealth’s Clinical Mobility Forum. The Forum, sponsored by Healthcare IT News, will examine how mobile technologies are transforming healthcare delivery. The agenda focuses on how major hospitals and health systems are leveraging mobility to improve workflow, patient care, and operations, as well as how they’re adapting enterprise-level strategy to plan for a mobile future.

Dan Dixon

Dan Dixon

The mHealth Summit convenes thought leaders in healthcare, technology and industry, government officials, researchers, advocates and investors. As a Silver Sponsor for the mHealth Summit, Project HoneyBee supports cross-sector collaboration and the effective communication of the utility, validation, and integration of proven advanced mobile and connected health tools in the clinical environment. The ultimate goal? As always: improving health outcomes and lowering costs.

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