First-Ever Mobile Clinical Assistant Week Celebrates Healthcare Technology That Puts Patients First

Webinars, Videos and Case Studies Planned for Special Virtual Event at Oct. 12-16

PORTLAND, OR--(Marketwire - October 12, 2009) - Calling all health IT professionals: something special is coming to The first Mobile Clinical Assistant (MCA) Week is slated for Oct. 12-16, when this free healthcare technology Web community is dedicated to all things related to the MCA device. The MCA was specifically designed to streamline clinician workflows and improve interactions with patients at the point-of-care.

During this unique event, introduces a variety of new educational resources that demonstrate real-life success using the Mobile Clinical Assistant platform. Three webinars from around the world lend a global perspective to customer case studies on how the MCA improves patient care. Here are the schedules and speaker lineups for the MCA week webinars:

Europe: Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2 p.m. UK, 3 p.m. CET
Mobile Clinical Assistant Around the World: A European Perspective


--  Jorg Focke, Asklepios Future Hospital
--  Marc Vandenbrouck, Head Nurse, Health General Manager, Arras Hospital
--  Mike Bainbridge, Clinical Architect, NHS Connecting for Health

Moderator: Dr. Gregory Cline, Business Development Director for Intel Digital Health, Sub Sahara and South Africa

Register for the European webinar by clicking here:

North America: Thursday, Oct. 15, 2 p.m. EDT
Mobile Clinical Assistant Around the World: A North American


--  Greg Davidson, Healthcare Business Development Manager, Panasonic
--  Daniel Cook, Bates County Memorial Hospital

Moderator: Jared S. Quoyeser, Intel Digital Health, Americas

Register for the North American webinar by clicking here:

Asia-Pacific: Friday, Oct. 16, 2 p.m. Australia DST
Mobile Clinical Assistant Around the World: An Asia-Pacific Perspective


--  Dr. Paul Nicolarakis MBBS BSc (Hons), Principal, Lumina Health Pty
--  Adam George, Project Director-Mobility, Queensland Health

Moderator: Dr. George Margelis, Intel Australia Digital Health Group

Register for the Asia-Pacific webinar by clicking here:

In addition to webinars and case studies, a new MCA video shows how the MCA device was developed, leading manufacturers around the world that offer the MCA, and helpful features and benefits available to clinicians.

Participants could also be eligible for a $10,000 promotional discount toward the purchase of Motion C5 mobile clinical assistants and/or services provided by Motion Mobility Solutions. In conjunction with Motion Computing, will be accepting applications for its $10,000 "Go Mobile" promotional discount, which will be awarded to one qualified U. S. or Canadian healthcare organization for use toward a mobile point-of-care pilot implementation with Motion C5 mobile clinical assistants and/or services provided by Motion Mobility Solutions.

Finally, the community's lineup of expert contributors blog on their experiences with MCAs and related technologies and solutions.

To sign up for the free community and participate in MCA Week, visit the site's Registration Page.

Company Info: is a virtual community for healthcare providers, IT professionals, administrators and consultants who are considering implementation or upgrade of mobile point-of-care technology. The site is bringing together a community of peers to share resources and ideas and to spark dialogue on important topics. Join the discussion.


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