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Intel’s Dishman touts “virtual” care coordination

November 7, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: Mobile Health News

When it comes to mobile health, Eric Dishman, director of health innovation and policy at Intel, for Intel’s Healthcare Innovation Group, is a realist.

“On one hand, Intel is really excited about the future of m-health and mobile health. On the other hand, we’re a little worried that there’s a lot of hype around it right now,” Dishman told MobiHealthNews in an interview at the just-concluded Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) annual conference in Las Vegas, where he delivered a keynote address.

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