Boston, MA, October 2011 : “Connected Health is all about breaking down the communication silos that increase the cost and reduce the quality of healthcare”, noted Ken Accardi, Chief Tehnology Officer at Ankota, and one of the speakers at Health Symposium 2011.
EWL founder and director Ken Margon and Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing Eric Luther were in Boston late October for the Health Symposium 2011 which presented an excellent opportunity to participate in key discussions and address patient engagement through collaborative tools. Eric Luther had been implementing an aggressive marketing campaign for the Zilant Health Server, meeting up with medical device companies and potential sales. The Health Symposium 2011 was a perfect launchpad for furthering business opportunity.
They were joined by over a thousand health technology leaders world-wide – clinical practitioners, academics, community practitioners, health planners, policymakers and leading investors ranging from surgeon and author, Atul Gawande, to the Crown Prince of Denmark, who spoke about universal, high-quality, informatics-driven healthcare delivery in his country.
The 2011 Connected Health Symposium keynote presentation was delivered by Janet Dillione – “Next-Generation Clinical Technologies: The Voice of Healthcare, The Value of Understanding”
The three-day Symposium featured a diverse programme with an expanded line-up of keynote speakers, debates, interviews, expert panels and technology demos. covering activity and wellness, mHealth, remote consultations and medical adherence amongst others.
– Report by EWL Marketing. Photo via Wikimedia