Mobile Is Transforming Health Care in 10 Ways

Mobile Is Transforming Health Care in 10 Ways

Health Tech News

An article published on Business Insider has stated that “without a doubt, 2014 will be declared the year mobile became mighty in healthcare.”

Here are the 10 ways that mobile is changing healthcare:

1.Increased Mobile Usage
2. Health Apps
3. Geo-targeting for location-based mobile information
4. Personalization
5. Wearable Technology
6. On-Demand Health Videos
7. Big Data and Analytics Offer More Insight
8. Electronic Health Records
9. High Quality Content to Add Value to Traditional Therapy
10. Better Small Screen Design for Better User Experiences

For the full article, read more at
http://www.businessinsider.com/10-ways-mobile-is-transforming-health-care-2014-6#ixzz358ei18pG

Andres Tinajero is Appointed Chief Financial Officer

Investor News

Toronto, ON- Open Source Health Inc. has appointed Andres Tinajero as Chief Financial Officer, effective June 13, 2014. Mr. Tinajero succeeds Mike Dai as CFO and brings extensive experience leading financial operations in public companies.

Mr. Tinajero has over 20 years of business experience supporting a broad range of industries, including technology, mining, non-profit, manufacturing and retail. He has served as vice-president of finance and CFO of a number of start-ups and medium-sized public companies across Canada. He holds a degree in business administration and an MBA, is a member of the Canadian Institute of Certified Management Accountants and the Certified Practicing Accountants Association of Australia, and is also a certified member of the Institute of Corporate Directors.

In connection with the appointment of Mr. Tinajero as CFO, the company will grant 100,000 stock options to Mr. Tinajero’s affiliate, 2222263 Ontario Inc., pursuant to the company’s stock option plan, securities laws and exchange policies. The stock options will be exercisable at market price and expire 10 years from the date of grant. The stock options will vest 10 per cent at the date of grant, 45 per cent on the first anniversary of the date of grant and the balance on the second anniversary of the date of grant.