IoT in Healthcare: Selecting the Optimal Technology Mix to Ensure Success
March 28, 2019
The healthcare IoT market is expected to grow to $158B by 2022, generating a massive opportunity for healthcare organizations to deliver new, patient-centric solutions. However, the increasing number of emerging technologies may prove challenging for healthcare providers to identify the optimal mix of devices, networks, and applications needed to bring their solutions to market and support their long-term IoT goals.
Join KORE and MobileHelp to learn the what healthcare IoT organizations need to make the right technology decisions, covering:
- The relationship between application requirements, network technology decisions, and device selection
- Key considerations for ensuring component compatibility and desired geographic availability
- Real-life connected healthcare use cases exemplifying the importance of technology decisions and forward-looking IoT strategies
Steven Baker, VP Product Management, KORE
In his role at KORE, Steven leads product management in delivering KORE's Licensed and Unlicensed IoT Connectivity Service offerings, Platform and Data Services, and Healthcare vertical solution enablement. Over his 30 year telecommunications career, Steven has specialized in wireless and optical network technologies and has filled individual and leadership roles spanning product management and marketing, sales and business development, and software engineering. Steven has authored multiple cellular and optical network patents during his career and holds a BA in Computer Sciences from the University of Texas.
Chris Otto, Senior Vice President, MobileHelp Healthcare
Chris Otto is the Senior Vice President of MobileHelp Healthcare (the healthcare division of parent company MobileHelp). Mr. Otto pioneered automatic fall detection and co-founded Halo Monitoring, an aging-in-place technology company, in 2008. MobileHelp acquired Halo Monitoring in 2012.
Prior to his work with both MobileHelp and Halo Monitoring, Mr. Otto was the senior design engineer for Lewis Innovative Technologies, Inc. and the President and Principal Engineer for Stack Software, among other engineering positions.
Mr. Otto holds nine US patents, with others pending.
Mr. Otto earned both his bachelors and masters in computer engineering from the University of Alabama in Huntsville.