Wireless Health Forum comes to Vancouver

Many believe we are at a tipping point for the convergence of health and wireless technology where the inclusion of wireless in the healthcare ecosystem has the potential to revolutionize healthcare delivery and enable more cost-efficient systems.

WINBC and LifeSciences BC are bringing wireless health leaders from Qualcomm, Microsoft and Telus/Emergis together in  Vancouver on July 16 for a Wireless Health Forum.

This forum will look at the incredible opportunity for wireless technology to profoundly change the quality and cost structure of medicine.

Speakers include Clint McClellan of Qualcomm on how Wireless Technology is Revolutionizing Healthcare, Barbara Berg of Microsoft on The Future of Healthcare (Public health records, Trends and Microsoft HealthVault), and Corrine Campney of Telus on Wireless Healthcare in Canada: Knowledge-clinicians on-the-move.

The Wireless Health Forum will take place on Wednesday, July 16th from 7:30am to 10:00am at the Sutton Place Hotel. WINBC and LifeSciences BC members can attend for $40 and non-members pay $60. Register online.