Announcement from Paul Sonnier to Wireless Health LinkedIn Group Members – July 22, 2011

I sent the following announcement to 6,500 Wireless Health LinkedIn Group Members on July 22, 2011: It’s coming up on the two-year anniversary since I founded the Wireless Health group. From the start, my objective has been to provide professional connectivity and knowledge sharing with the mission of catalyzing global wireless health and mHealth solution […]

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Highest-risk mobile medical apps are focus of FDA’s draft guidance – July 19, 2011

I was quoted in this coverage of the FDA’s draft guidance on mobile medical apps: Highest-risk mobile medical apps are focus of FDA’s draft guidance July 19, 2011 in Fierce Mobile Healthcare

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Wireless Technology Upsets Health Innovation Precept

I sent the following announcement to 6,000+ Wireless Health LinkedIn Group Members on June 16, 2011: Wireless Health Group Announcement: Wireless Technology Upsets Health Innovation Precept (2 Videos) A common refrain among wireless health innovators is that you shouldn’t force technology onto a solution. Rather, one should first analyze and understand the problem at hand […]

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Creating a Consumer Movement in Wireless Health

I was recently interviewed by Anne Ramallo, PR and Marketing Manager at Stuart Karten Design in Los Angeles. Creating a Consumer Movement in Wireless Health

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Why Wireless Health Matters – My thoughts on Rob McCray’s op-ed in MobiHealthNews

I sent the following announcement to 5,700+ Wireless Health LinkedIn Group members on May 9, 2011. (The discussion can be found in the group, here.) Nine months ago I started a group discussion entitled “Who’s keeping score? We’re now more than halfway through “Year 1” of the Wireless and Mobile Health revolution – So how’re we […]

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Announcement from Paul Sonnier to Wireless Health LinkedIn Group Members

I sent the following announcement to 5,500+ Wireless Health LinkedIn Group Members on April 14, 2011: Dear Wireless Health group members, I want to highlight the recently-announced cross-Atlantic partnership between WLSA and EuMHA. Also, I’d like to invite any group members who are not already connected with me on LinkedIn to please send me an […]

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Announcement from Paul Sonnier to Wireless Health Group: New Role at WLSA

I sent the following announcement to 5,000+ Wireless Health LinkedIn Group Members on March 8, 2011: Dear Wireless Health Group Members, I am thrilled to announce that I have just taken on the role of Vice President, Partner Development at the Wireless-Life Sciences Alliance. I want to thank all of you for your encouragement and […]

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Toward an mHealth and Wireless Health Consumer Movement

 I sent the following announcement to 4,600+ Wireless Health LinkedIn Group Members on Jan 06, 2011: Dear Wireless Health Group Members, Thank you for your responses regarding whether or not to pursue the new open group option. The majority opinion is that reaching a wider audience with the mHealth and wireless health message is […]

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Announcement to Wireless Health LinkedIn Group Members (Re Open Groups Option)

I sent the following announcement to 4,400+ Wireless Health LinkedIn Group Members on Dec 22, 2010: Dear Wireless Health group members, LinkedIn has enabled a new “Open Groups” feature, which enables “the world” to see and share our discussions. I’d like to solicit your opinions on the potential value of this (e.g. educating a much […]

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Consumer Engagement for Diabetes Technology: Easier Said Than Done

By David Gruber, M.D., M.B.A.. Healthcare Convergence Associates, Teaneck, New Jersey, gruberd2000@gmail.com    Abstract Direct spending on diabetes, already exceeding $118 billion, is forecast to reach $336 billion in 2034, driven by newly diagnosed cases secondary to an aging, increasingly sedentary, obese population and the advent of comorbidities, particularly cardiovascular complications affecting more than one-third […]

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