Pioneer Grantee Open mHealth at mHealth Summit 2012
The annual mHealth Summit in Washington, D.C. is a meeting of the minds for organizations and leaders bringing health information to people's fingertips—literally. Follow along as Open mHealth, a grantee of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Pioneer Portfolio, showcases its work at the summit.
- Open mHealth is a nonprofit, open source community to foster collaboration and rapid development of more effective mHealth apps.
- In preparation for RWJF's fourth year sponsoring the mHealth Summit, RWJF leaders, along with grantees and other attendees, geared up for the event.
- Leading up to the summit, attendees began engaging and inviting fellow attendees to join the Open mHealth session.
- Open mHealth hosted a quiz on Twitter by asking a new question about mHealth every day. They collected responses and announced the winner during their Tuesday session at the summit.
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