BBK to Host mHealth Webinar on April 16th

BBK to Host mHealth Webinar on April 16th

By BBK Worldwide on Tue, Mar 17, 2015

mHealth + Patient EngagamentFor patient recruitment and engagement in clinical trials, mHealth is a minimum requirement to reach and connect with patients in today’s mobile-centric world. BBK Worldwide is excited to host a panel discussion with experts from Oracle and health wearables start-up Empatica on Thursday, April 16th at 2:00pm EST where panelists will highlight real-world examples that successfully blend technology with patient centricity – the right combination that drives mHealth delivery from theory to reality.

About our panelists:

>> Larry Suarez, Mobile Architect with Oracle Health Sciences Global Business Unit will bring his expertise in the application of mobile devices in Life Sciences. He is also one of the founders CareThings, a research group that conducts clinical studies in the application of the Internet-of-Things and mobile devices for Life Sciences and Healthcare.

>> Daniel Bender, Product Manager with Empatica, an affective computing company focused on human data analytics. Empatica develops wearable devices with medical quality sensing including the Embrace watch (still in the trial phase), which can detect epileptic seizures. 

>> Matt Kibby, Principal, Technology and Innovation at BBK Worldwide, directs our Market Intelligence group – a specialized team at the heart of BBK’s data-driven approach to patient recruitment. 

We are looking forward to discussing the ways in which mHealth and patient engagement are changing the face of clinical trials. Apps, wearables, content delivery, and new data streams will all play a role in what we expect to be a very lively discussion.

Register today and join the discussion. During the webinar be sure to share your insights using hashtags #mHealth and #BBKPatientsFirst.

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Topics: Patient Engagement, mHealth