What's the Most Exciting Technology in Health Care?

The 2012 mHealth Summit near Washington, D.C., this month highlighted the intersection of mobile technology and health care. The conference was full of apps taking advantage of the Apple and Google Android platforms, of course, but there was much more.

Fool analyst Rex Moore spoke with a variety of experts at the conference, and asked each about the technology they were most excited about. Some were high on the networking technology from the likes of Verizon and Qualcomm , and others, and the possibility to alter behavior via peer-based challenges on Facebook . See more in the video below.


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