This past week, District Hall once again opened up its doors and welcomed Mobile Monday Boston for one of the most popular events of the year- Mobile Healthcare.
With over 300 in attendance, the hall filled with people buzzing about what’s new in the healthcare industry in terms of mobile- the innovative use of FitBit’s API’s and how they use the data, how AthenaHealth partners with other companies, how to obtain a quicker and easier doctor’s visits with American Well, and what other types of wearable devices are out there from other companies such as, Quanttus & QMedic Health.
We had some great speakers who explained more about their companies, as well as, introduce us to what’s coming up next in healthcare. We were also introduced to a few new startup companies not only from the United States, but also from our neighbor to the south, Mexico.
Lastly, a special shout out goes to our wonderful partner, special media sponsor and our sponsors who continue to make momoboston a success!
MassTLC – Region’s leading technology association and the premier network for tech executives, entrepreneurs, investors and policy leaders. MassTLC’s purpose is to accelerate innovation by connecting people from across the technology landscape, providing access to industry leading content and ideas and offering a platform for visibility for member companies and their interests.
MobiHealthNews – Online news publisher that is the leading provider of news, commentary, online events and research for the global mobile health community. MobiHealthNews works continuously to deliver some of the best and most insightful digital health publications, which include a collection of paid content reports, including: mObesity, The Coming Medical Tablet War, Consumer Health Apps and more.
WinterWyman– A leading recruitment firm headquartered in the Northeast for more than 40 years, WinterWyman has helped thousands of companies, from Fortune 500 companies to start-ups – identify, attract and recruit talented professionals.
Mobiquity – With locations around the world, Mobiquity is an innovative firm that simplifies mobile for hundreds of companies. They push the envelope of innovation to deliver the right solution to address business challenges or surface business opportunities by designing, building, deploying and managing mobile solutions that work for your business.
And we can’t forget the demo tables at our event which included: Quanttus, QMedicHealth, Personal Remedies & Wellcoin.
Quanttus – Their vision is “to transform personal health by providing people with convenient and clinically relevant clarity about their body and by delivering actionable insights that lead the way to a a healthier life”. Built on revolution sensing techniques developed at MIT , Quanttus has set out to create a wearable compact device and a powerful analytical platform that has the potential to offer useful insights and guidance for the wearer.
QMedicHealth– “Help! I’ve fallen and I can’t get up”! We’ve all heard that commercial and maybe one of our loved ones own one, but besides calling a paramedic, what else can it do? QMedicHealth’s state of the art wearable device identifies abnormal behavior and sends real time alerts to caregivers. Caregivers are able to view and share data, identify health declines before an emergency occurs.
Wellcoin – Get rewards for just being healthy?…where do I sign up?! Wellcoin is the brainchild of the world’s first virtual, positive healthy currency where users earn wellcoins when they do healthy activities and in return, redeem them for goods, services and deals.
Personal Remedies – Nutrition and health right in the palm of your hand that holds your smartphone, Personal Remedies supplies the software and knowledge that enables diverse organizations to provide personal nutrition and health info customized to unique profiles and goals of an individual. Through patent-pending technology , Personal Remedies provides users with clear, concise, unbiased and actionable information — not volumes of data, articles, books and editorials.