SAN DIEGO, May 3 The Wireless-Life Sciences Alliance (WLSA), which convenes innovators, globally relevant companies, scientists, physicians and policy makers to drive improved healthcare through advances in wireless technologies, today hailed its partner organizations for their collaboration and dedication in promoting WLSA's mission.
"WLSA is the organization where the future of wireless healthcare is being shaped by committed organizations from the entire spectrum of relevant industries. We would not be able to progress without the active participation and focus of our partners at all levels," said President and CEO Robert B. McCray.
"In particular, AT&T Mobility, OptumHealth Inc., Qualcomm Incorporated, Ascension Health, and St. Jude Medical, Inc., are wonderful examples of how large organizations can nurture and lead by putting aside individual agendas and concentrating on achieving the over-arching vision of wireless technologies enabling better healthcare for people everywhere," McCray added.
Log onto www.wirelesslifesciences.org for the complete list of partners.
McCray said WLSA welcomes new partners who can lend further expertise to the organization. For information about joining WLSA, or to register for one of its events, prospective partners can visit www.wirelesslifesciences.org or contact Andrea Jackson.
The 5th Annual WLSA Convergence Summit is scheduled for May 11-13 at the Estancia Hotel & Spa, La Jolla, Calif. The WLSA's Wireless Health 2010 event is scheduled October 5-7, 2010, in San Diego.
The Wireless-Life Sciences Alliance (WLSA) is a special-purpose trade organization for innovators, globally relevant companies, scientists, physicians and policy makers. The WLSA is dedicated to creating value and improving health globally through the convergence of communications technologies, consumers, caregivers and all sectors of the life sciences and technology environment. WLSA partners and companies all over the world are using wireless health innovations to better manage chronic conditions, pre-empt disease and improve the lives of the elderly and underserved populations around the world.
SOURCE Wireless-Life Sciences Alliance