In recent years, thousands of new medical and health applications have become available to consumers. Innovation in mobile health is now trending to improve emergency medicine.
“Mobile health technology will play an even larger role in healthcare in 2016, leading to better point-of-care decision making and improved patient outcomes,” says Lance Manning, CEO of LanguageMAPS.
Manning will serve as guest speaker at the upcoming Health 2.0 Dallas meetup event, Trends in Emergency Medicine and Mobile Health. He will share the latest in emergency medicine and mobile health trends.
As founder and CEO of LanguageMAPS, Manning helped to develop the company’s mobile application, 1st Minute App, which helps paramedics, firefighters, police officers, and other first responders with language translation in the first 60 seconds. The easy-to-use interface displays critical information from foreign language speakers during medical emergencies so they get the right care.
Trends in Emergency Medicine and Mobile Health
Date: Thursday, January 28, 2016 at 6:30 PM
Location: Health Wildcatters, 211 N. Ervay (2nd Floor), Dallas, TX 75201
LanguageMAPS, Inc. was formed in November 2014 after a group of creative individuals came together in June to win first place in the AT&T Public Safety Hackathon Event held in Dallas, Texas. The company has been funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security through the EMERGE program run by Tech Wildcatters. www.1stminuteapp.com
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