Today’s advanced wireless devices, applications and services have captured the imagination of the public, and the benefits of “always on, always with you” connectivity are becoming increasingly apparent to health care consumers and providers. New technologies are coming down the pipeline at a rapid rate, and are collecting more data than ever before, including biometric data, genomic information, contextual data, environmental data, community health information and beyond. The industry must now make sense of this big data by leveraging analytics and informatics to turn data into decisions, and prove efficacy of clinical data. As more companies leverage these technologies to improve their healthcare services, standards and interoperability, low cost solutions and ease of use will be key for mHealth solutions to see scale and mass adoption.
For this panel, Don Jones, Vice President of Global Strategy and Market Development for Qualcomm Life, Clint McClellan, Senior Director of Strategic Marketing for Qualcomm Life and President and Chairman of the Continua Health Alliance, and Mark Winter, Senior Director, The XPrize Foundation, and overseeing the Qualcomm Tricorder X PRIZE, and the Nokia Sensor Challenge, will discuss what the future of healthcare holds due to the convergence of wireless technologies, mobility, genomics, big data and healthcare information systems.
VP of Global Strategy and Market Development, Qualcomm Life
Chief Digital Officer, Scripps Translational Science Institute
Donald Jones serves as vice president of Global Strategy & Market Development at Qualcomm Life, Qualcomm’s healthcare subsidiary. He is responsible for Qualcomm’s market development of wireless technologies and platforms in the health, fitness and life sciences markets, and is recognized as a leader in the field. Jones is also Chief Digital Officer, Scripps Digital Medicine, at the Scripps Translational Science Institute, at Scripps Health, working with Eric Topol, MD, on the digital convergence of genomics and wireless health. In 2005, he founded and is Chairman of the Wireless Life Sciences Alliance (WLSA), a 501c(6) trade organization (www.wirelesslifesciences.org), which works with both the wireless and health industries to enable new business models, new businesses and clinical process improvements in all sectors, including consumer health, fitness, healthcare services, healthcare IT, pharmaceutical and medical devices. Jones is a Member of the World Economic Forum Health and Healthcare Industry Project Working Group. He is on the boards of the Alliance Healthcare Foundation (www.alliancehf.org) and the American Telemedicine Association (www.atmeda.org). Jones was a founding board member of the West Wireless Health Institute (now the West Health Institute www.westhealth.org). He was formerly the COO of Medtrans, now EMSC, the world’s largest provider of emergency medical services (www.emsc.net). In 2010, the San Diego Transcript named Jones one of ‘San Diego’s Top Influential’s and Fierce Health IT named Jones one of the 10 Disruptive Forces in Health IT. In early 2010, Jones was named to the Consumer Products Innovations Board at Sanofi-Aventis Pharmaceuticals. Jones holds a bachelors’ degree in biology and bio-engineering from the University of California, San Diego, a Juris Doctor from the University of San Diego and an MBA from the University of California, Irvine. Jones holds multiple issued and pending patents in the use of cell phones in incentive reward programs, asynchronous media communications and health care.
Senior Director, Strategic Marketing, Qualcomm Life
President and Chairman of the Board, Continua Health Alliance
Clint McClellan is currently the senior director of strategic marketing for Qualcomm Life. Clint’s current responsibilities include establishing opportunities in the Wireless Health market. McClellan joined Qualcomm in December of 1997. Clint brings a wealth of wireless industry analysis experience to Qualcomm. Since joining Qualcomm, he has served in business development roles and established the Global Industry Analyst program and Global Market Intelligence program at Qualcomm. Currently, he is the president and chairman of the board of the Continua Health Alliance. Prior to joining the Qualcomm, Clint served as a senior analyst for Gartner Group/Dataquest's Telecommunications Group in its personal communications wireless program. While he was at Dataquest, Clint served as a technology news analyst for two years on the Good Morning San Jose show at KNTV, an ABC affiliate, where he presented analysis and commentary on daily news events affecting high-technology industries. Previously, he worked as a marketing specialist at Telephone House Nippo in Kobe, Japan and for CH2M Hill Consulting Engineers in Oakland, California. Clint holds a B.S. degree in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley.
Senior Director, Qualcomm Tricorder X PRIZE, Nokia Sensing X CHALLENGE
Mark Winter joins the X PRIZE Foundation as the Senior Director of the Qualcomm Tricorder X PRIZE and Nokia Sensing X CHALLENGE with more than thirty years of management experience in high technology, information services and health informatics. He was most recently a founder and Executive Vice President of Gluco Fitness Center, Inc. which provides wireless blood glucose and physiological monitoring of people with diabetes as part of an integrated exercise, diet and education program. Previously he served as the CEO of Simulis LLC which provided advanced clinical skills simulation-based training and assessment services that help large healthcare systems verify that their personnel follow evidence-based care practices and can safely operate medical devices. Mr. Winter began his career in Silicon Valley providing design and marketing for Apple, Adobe Systems, Lucid and Compression Laboratories. He was later recruited to serve as V.P. of Corporate Development for Continental Graphics Holdings, Inc. which developed and operated the leading producer of customized technical documents for the world’s fleet of commercial aircraft (known today as Boeing Datagraphics). Following that he served as Senior V.P. of Marketing and Corporate Development for e-SIM, Inc., a leading provider of software simulation tools for creating and testing the user interfaces of embedded systems such as cellular phones and other hand-held electronics. Mr. Winter holds a MBA from Pepperdine University and has a BFA in Communications Design from Art Center College of Design (with Honors).
Noel Gillespie is the chair of Procopio's Wireless Health Care and Medical Device Practice Group. Mr. Gillespie regularly assists clients with strategic patent portfolio development and implementation so as to protect their technology and help them achieve their business objectives. This process includes developing claim strategies that create market barriers and protect or create revenue streams, as well as preparing and prosecuting U.S. and foreign Patent Applications. Mr. Gillespie has extensive experience in dealing with telecommunications companies, including those involved with wireless, wired, and optical communications technology, medical device companies, semiconductor companies and software/Internet companies. For example, Mr. Gillespie has helped clients build portfolios and protect or build market positions in the areas of wireless sensors for health applications, smart grids, semiconductor memories, lab and chip technology and energy efficient data storage. In addition to his extensive legal experience, Mr. Gillespie has also served as Senior Design Engineer and Product Team leader for Sony Digital Telecommunications of America in San Diego, where he was responsible for the comprehensive baseband design for several CDMA handsets that used the latest Qualcomm Mobile Station Modem (MSM) chipsets. He received extensive training in CDMA and wireless communication technology and his design responsibilities fell under the areas of microprocessor circuits, audio circuits, power management circuits, and user interfaces such as keypads and LCDs. Prior to this, he was a Design Engineer and Product Team Leader at Cubic Defense Systems in San Diego, where he was responsible for the design and testing of several portable electronic systems. Mr. Gillespie successfully managed a team of engineers in the completion of Cubic’s Manworn Laser Detection System, which was part of the MILES 2000 product line, an optical communication system. Mr. Gillespie’s design responsibilities on the product included the areas of optical communications, ASICs, microprocessor circuits, user interfaces, and power management.
Noel Gillespie, Partner, Procopio
Nate Heintzman, Assistant Professor, Divison of Biomedical Informatics, UCSD
Clint McClellan, Sr. Director of Strategic Marketing, Qualcomm Life
Alean Kirnak, President, Software Partners LLC
Peter Pardee, VP Business Development, Hughes Network Systems, LLC
Alex Robertson, CEO, MediAccess Solutions LLC
Paul Sonnier, Digital Health Group on LinkedIN, Head of Digital Health Strategy, Popper & Company
Carlos Nunez, Chief Medical Officer, CareFusion
Evangelene Lu, Founder and Principle, LU's Consulting
February 12th, 2013
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