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D2-1 Transforming the Quantum Leap in Mobile Technologies into Tangible Health Outcomes for All

Guided by Joan Cornet, Mobile Health Evangelist from MobileWorldCapital in Barcelona, the mHealth session provided the latest update on the Green Paper consultation process of the European Commission (Peteris Zilgalvis). In the same framework, insight and recommendations have been distilled into two policy papers, i.e. the Civil Society position by the European Social and Economic Committee (Pavel Trantina) and the EHTEL recommendations (Line Linstad / Rachelle Kaye) on mobile health in the clinical and wellness domains. A real life use case - using a medical device certified smartphone App for therapy management of haemophilia (Martin Schulz) - inspired the debate and outlook on "transforming the quantum leap in mobile technologies into tangible health outcomes" [follow "Read More" to see presentations].

EHT14 D2-10 Joan Cornet _ Mobile World - Introduction 2014-11-26.pdf

Transforming the Quantum Leap in Mobile Technologies into Tangible Health Outcomes for All (Chair: Joan Cornet, MobileWorldCapital, Barcelona, Catalonia - Spain)

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EHT14 D2-11 Peteris Zilgalvis - DG CNECT - Green Paper mHealth - whats next_PZ.pdf

EC Green Paper on mHealth – what’s next? (Peteris Zilgalvis, Unit H1, DG CNECT, European Commission, Brussels

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EHT14-D2-12 Pavel Trantina - OPINION of the EESC on the Green paper on mobile health.pdf

Reference: TEN/551 - final Rapporteur: Ms Isabel Caño Aguilar: The EESC welcomes the Green Paper, because of the contribution that mHealth can make to European healthcare systems, which are facing increasing challenges as a result of demographic change. The Committee considers that the priority must be to improve healthcare, not to cut costs. The success of mHealth requires the participation of healthcare professionals, dialogue with patient organisations, the promotion of mutual trust between patients and professionals and the provision of incentives and training plans for the latter. Dialogue also needs to be established with industry in this field. [click file name to open or download the full OPINION of the EESC on the Green paper on mobile health]

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EHT14 D2-13 Line Linstad (NST) Rachelle Kaye (Maccabi) EHTEL Position Mobile Health.pdf

The EHTEL Position on Mobile Health (Line Helen Linstad, NST – Norway and Rachelle Kaye, Maccabi Israel; EHTEL Board Members)

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EHT14 D2-14 Martin Schulz - Pfizer - Haemoassist2- 2014-11-26.pdf

Mobile App and Realtime Therapy Management System for Haemophilia Patients (Martin Schulz, Pfizer Pharma GmbH, Berlin, Germany)

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