Intel, Futures Group to Showcase Healthcare Platform at Mobile Health Conference

ITphotoIntel and Futures Group will showcase a healthcare technology collaboration at a mobile health technology summit set to take place from Sunday to Wednesday near Washington, DC.

The Intel skoool Healthcare Education Platform built with Futures Group’s educational content will be demonstrated at the mHealth Summit at Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, Futures Group said Thursday.

Other Futures Group solutions to be presented at the conference include pediatric ART data management platform for tablets, Guatemala Tableau Dashboard, Aid Quest social portal for South Africa youth, tablet-based cervical cancer screening technology and biometric smart card reader.

Futures Group will hold product demonstrations at booth 1413 in the convention center.

The mHealth Summit aims to gather wireless and mobile health technology providers to talk about strategies, challenges and innovations of the industry.

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