mHealth is the generation, aggregation, and dissemination of health information via mobile and wireless devices. The mHealth topic area, supported by the HIMSS mHealth Community, provides critical updates on mobile health IT policy, industry thought leadership, such as the mHealth Roadmap, how the Roadmap is being used, and the opportunity to network with stakeholders across the mHealth ecosystem, guided by the mHealth Committee. For more information on how to get involved, contact us at


Resources - Best Practicies, Case Studies, and Implementation of mHealth

New Care Models

Today's traditional care model landscape is changing dramatically, driven by federal healthcare policy, advancements in technology, and a continuing quest to deliver high-quality care in the most cost-efficient manner. View the New Care Models Resources>


The connection between eHealth and mHealth is important: no mobile medical or monitoring device will be meaningful without the capability to capture and exchange information with key systems. View the Technology Resources>


Transformation in the U.S. healthcare system is not an issue but a necessity.  The present system is wasteful, fragmented, and limits engagement between patients and providers. View the ROI/Payment Resources>


A number of recent policy developments have changed the way patients, physicians, and other healthcare professional’s access information and healthcare. View the Policy Resources>

Standards & Interoperability

To properly support this communication, mobile devices must support standards for information exchange which serve as the building blocks for the seamless and secure exchange of health information. View the Standards & Interoperability Resources>

Privacy & Security

Privacy and security in healthcare involve a process that must be navigated to reach our destination of protecting the patient, providers, organizations, and vendors. View the Privacy & Security Resources>

mHealth Strategies for Providers: Value & Insights

Insights for Providers

Utilize these presentations to gain insights on how mHealth can be used by providers. Learn more.

mHealth Roadmap Updates

See how the Roadmap is informing and equipping providers 

Mobile Security Toolkit

View the The Mobile Security Toolkit

mHealth Body of Evidence

Challenges, successes, lessons learned, and outcomes supported by metrics from peer reviewed and outside organizations.

International Perspectives

The mHealth Community by HIMSS curates research and best practices from across the globe.

Partners – Updates from the Ecosystem

View updates from the continuum through these Federal mHealth and Partner organization resources.

Partner Organizations

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Federal Resources (FDA, ONC, FCC)

View updates and resources from the Federal government on mHealth and Telehealth. Learn more.

Get Involved! - Community, Committee, & Task Forces

Get involved with the mHealth Community, Committee, and Task Forces!

Connected Health Community

The Connected Health Community of HIMSS is the globally-focused mobile initiative of HIMSS working towards the increased use of mobile technologies to improve quality, accessibility, safety, and cost-effectiveness of health and healthcare.

Connected Health Committee

As mobile technology continues to grow in the healthcare space, the Connected Health Committee will provide domain expertise, leadership and guidance to HIMSS activities, initiatives, and collaborations with the Connected Health Community related to building resources for providers with a focus on new care models (remote monitoring, telehealth), ROI, privacy and security, standards and interoperability, policy, and technology, across the mHealth ecosystem.

Register Now: Connected Health Conference

Latest News

Building on Success of mHealth Summit, HIMSS Introduces Connected Health Event

mHealth Summit, Cyber Security Summit, and Population Health Summit Come Together this Fall for the inaugural HIMSS Connected Health Conference.

#mHealth15 Twitter Chat: Sustaining healthcare via connected devices, consumers and providers

Connection is one of the most basic human needs that governs our social and health-related behaviors - not to mention their relationships to each other.


Early November event themed around Anytime, Anywhere: Engaging Providers and Patients

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