Samsung Makes a Play at mHealth Summit
Connected digital and mobile health are expected to be the next ‘big thing’ as smart, connected products with services make their way into people’s lives not just for play, fun and work – but also for wellness, fitness, adherence and prevention.
At the recent 2014 mHealth Summit, Susan Schreiner, of C4 Trends and a Contributor to Dealerscope spoke with Dr. David C. Rhew, Chief Medical Officer and Vice President of Global Healthcare at SDS (Samsung Data System) America. Dr. Rhew explained that Samsung is looking to empower people and improve lives through its digital health platforms manifested through products such as its Samsung Gear 2 and its smartband and by reaching a growing list of 3rd parties.
The key pillars of Samsung’s approach is focused on delivering innovative smart devices that engage patients and consumers in their healthcare through user friendly and familiar seamless experiences, and that capture big data and the cloud reflecting lifestyle, behavioral science and contextual awareness.