Tuesday, April 02, 2013

Join me for #mHealth chat tweet chat on April 11, 12:00 ET

Mark your calendars now!

In the upcoming #mHealthchat TweetChat on Thursday, April 11, Joseph Kim, M.D., MPH, President of MCM Education and mobile health expert contributor for SearchHealthIT.com’s Health IT Exchange, will be on hand to discuss the rapidly changing mHealth landscape and answer your most pressing questions about moving mobile adoption forward throughout the industry.

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  • What: #mHealthchat
  • When: Thursday, April 11, 2013, 12:00 – 1:00 ET
  • Where: The Twittersphere, using #mHealthchat
With additional thought leadership from John P. Donohue, Associate Chief Information Officer (CIO) at University of Pennsylvania Health System, we’ll spend 60 minutes discussing a variety of topics around the challenges, opportunities and best practices for mHealth usage and implementation.

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We will cover the following topics:

T1: BYOD security best practices, solutions: Mobile device management (MDM) solutions. Privacy and security best practices for mobile health implementation and telemedicine initiatives. Impact of and concerns around the cloud in this growing arena?

T2: Impact of HIPAA omnibus rule on BYOD and mHealth privacy and security strategy? What are the 3 top things to check NOW to make sure your compliance team is ready for September deadlines so you have time to fix glaring weaknesses, specific to BYOD?

T3: Patient engagement: How are e-patients helping, or hindering, with mobile management frameworks? Learning from the empowered, engaged digital patient and ensuring a positive patient experience through telemedicine and mobile health tools.

T4: Future of mHealth: Where are we going? What will we see in 2013 or 2014? Impact of recent FDA announcements?

Follow along at #mHealthchat and get your questions ready for Thursday, April 11, 12:00 – 1:00 ET!

And be sure to follow @HITExchange and @SearchHealthIT for even more dynamic health care IT conversations and all of our site updates.

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