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.

214 total views
  1. Open mHealth is a nonprofit, open source community to foster collaboration and rapid development of more effective mHealth apps.
  2. An intro to Open mHealth
  3. Pre-Conference

  4. In preparation for RWJF's fourth year sponsoring the mHealth Summit, RWJF leaders, along with grantees and other attendees, geared up for the event.
  5. At the summit, Open mHealth was featured at the RWJF booth and hosted a session to spark conversation about its work. To announce its activities during the summit, Open mHealth posted on its Open mHealth blog and on Pioneering Ideas.
  6. Leading up to the summit, attendees began engaging and inviting fellow attendees to join the Open mHealth session.
  7. 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.
  8. Day One