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HIMTA - Take II: Fostering Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Wireless Health

Representative Mike Honda, [D-CA17] is reintroducing the Health Care Innovation and Marketplace Technologies Act (HIMTA). This legislation outlines creative approaches to drive innovation and entrepreneurship in the health information technology sector. At Qualcomm, we believe that mobile communications will help to overcome some of the challenges facing the US healthcare system. By constantly developing new and innovative wireless communication technologies we strive to make all types of systems, including those in healthcare, more accessible, affordable and effective.

Jun 13, 2013 by Robert Jarrin

Mobile World Congress Highlights Vast Opportunity for Wireless to Improve Lives

One of the themes that resonated throughout Mobile World Congress 2012 (MWC) was the power of mobile in creating new opportunities and overcoming barriers in an array of vertical markets, from health care to women and entrepreneurship. Our Wireless Reach initiative supports pilot projects with this in mind and we continue to believe that wireless technology can improve people’s lives.

Apr 11, 2012 by Shawn Covell

Executive Wireless Fitness Challenge

The results are in for the Executive Wireless Fitness Challenge. Earlier this year we launched the second Qualcomm Wireless Fitness Challenge (QWFC) with our executives. Over an eight-week period, the participants, including our own CEO, Dr. Paul Jacobs, competed to improve their health using wireless health devices. And I am excited to share the final results of our efforts.
Mar 8, 2012 by Rick Valencia

Qualcomm Wireless Health Launches Executive Wireless Fitness Challenge

As you may recall, the Qualcomm Wireless Health team launched the first Qualcomm Wireless Fitness Challenge (QWFC) a few months ago. At the conclusion of the QWFC I, I mentioned that we planned to roll this mHealth program out to more Qualcomm employees, and eventually the San Diego community. I am happy to share with you all that today we are launching QWFC II with some exciting updates—one of which is our participant roster now includes Qualcomm’s Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Paul Jacobs, our Chief Technology Officer, Matt Grob and many other members of the executive team.

Nov 30, 2011 by Rick Valencia

The Wireless Health Waiting Game

Since taking the helm at Qualcomm Wireless Health just under a year ago, I have had the opportunity to speak with many medical device manufacturers, wireless operators, wireless sensor companies, hospitals and doctors, and the challenge ahead is clear. I’ve also tried out some of the latest mHealth technologies myself, giving me unique insight into why the wireless health industry has not yet exploded.
Nov 22, 2011 by Rick Valencia

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