REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino- A model holds up an Oral-B smartphone-connected toothbrush at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona February 25, 2014. The toothbrush, to be sold under Proctor & Gamble's Oral-B brand, has a Bluetooth 4.0 link to a smartphone app that can be programmed with the help of a dentist and can give personalized advice to help people improve their brushing.
On March 13, the Center for Technology Innovation at Brookings will host a panel of experts to address mobile health care challenges and solutions in both the Chinese and U.S. economies. Questions to be explored include: What challenges and opportunities does the field of mHealth create? How can China and the United States develop frameworks to empower mHealth providers to address important problems in health care? Panel discussants will also focus on findings and data from a forthcoming paper, “mHealth in China and the United States: How Mobile Technology is Transforming Healthcare in the World’s Two Largest Economies.” Read More ›