Mobile Health 2011 – roundup

Overshadowed in our reporting by the ATA event, the Mobile Health 2011 conference (event website) was happening at Stanford University, California on the 3-5 May. Do your own catching up with the Twitterstream archive, or read a lengthy and thoughtful report compiled by R. Craig Lefebvre, of socialShift. What Really Works in Mobile Health? A Summary of the 2011 Conference. And the conference triggered a terminology rant worth reading by Geoff (Technology Entrepreneur, ex-Health Hero, ex-Bosch) Clapp: How I Stopped Worrying and Love [the name] mHealth.

**Updated 13 May** Winning the conference award for Best Mobile Health Solution for Behavior Change was the Tonic iPhone app, for keeping track of anything in your fitness and health routines. Those of us who remember Zune Life (a casualty of the recession) will know the founder, Rajiv Mehta. Mobihealthnews interview.

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