MedTech Media, a division of HIMSS Media, launches mHealth News

MedTech Media, a division of HIMSS Media, announced today the launch of mHealth News, a website serving the information needs of professionals who are advancing healthcare through the use of mobile platforms.

mHealth News ( will report on the full range of mobile innovations that are improving access to healthcare, and reducing costs by bringing healthcare technology to smartphones, tablets and telemedicine solutions. Topics that the mHealth News editorial staff will cover include:

  • New mobile apps that deliver healthcare information to patients and consumers
  • Improved remote diagnostic techniques
  • New platforms for the delivery of mobile healthcare
  • Emerging standards and regulations that will ensure interoperability and rapid development

Readers are leaders in healthcare, government, payer organizations, technology companies and collaborative partners. is the destination news site for the mHealth Summit, the industry’s leading event, held every December in Washington, D.C. The 2013 event will be held from December 8-11 at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center.

"mHealth News will set a new standard in mobile healthcare coverage by leveraging the reporting skills of award-winning editor Eric Wicklund and the established sources and journalistic integrity of HIMSS Media brands like Healthcare IT News and Government Health IT,” said Editorial Director Richard Pizzi. “Our partnership with the mHealth Summit means mHealth News has even deeper and broader access to all the key leaders in the mobile healthcare industry."

mHealth News builds on the rapid growth of our flagship mobile health care IT event, the mHealth Summit and, the leading association dedicated to the adoption of mobile healthcare technology,” said Steve Rosenfield, executive vice president, HIMSS Media. “Through the website, newsletters, digital events and information products healthcare IT professionals will find exclusive content and resources that advance topic understating and build community throughout the year.”