Our Mobile Health

Applying Mobile Technology to Healthcare

Our Services.

Using mobile technology to help deliver health services automatically puts the patient at the heart of the service, puts the mobile user in control of their own wellbeing and encourages the design and adoption of a patient centric health care system.  We offer a range of advisory services to help your organisation take advantage of the fast pace of development in mHealth and help you identify ways in which mobile tools and technology can help your organisation achieve your objectives.

Hospital and Healthcare professionals

app3Our research shows that hospitals are looking to mobile apps for the following benefits:

- Increased clinical effectiveness

- Diagnostic practices

- Research and data gathering

However, lack of resources to navigate the ecosystem often lie in the way of adoption.

OMH offers hospitals and healthcare professionals a tailored portfolio of quality assured apps, that best suit the needs of  clinicians and patients, while adhering to your policies and safety standards.

>> Contact us to register your interest

Application providers

app2OMH offers a means for app providers to identify their app as high quality for distribution.  With over 100,000 mHealth apps currently available, OMH offers app providers the opportunity to differentiate themselves as high quality, with the following:

- Independent technical and user experience review

- Independent clinical reviews by our panel of clinical experts

- A channel to market in a tough selling environment

>> Contact us to submit your app

App Store.

Innovations in Mobile Health (mHealth) offer an opportunity to benefit from a greater level of efficiency, effectiveness and quality in our health care system. The application of mHealth technology has potential to provide cost efficient delivery of healthcare, improve health outcomes and increase availability and access to healthcare.

Link to our sister site the Our Mobile Health App Store at  www.OurHealth.org.uk

Our Mobile Health receives support from the following organisations:

London Business School, Bosch, Deloitte Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Royal College of Art, London Health Commission, DHP Network and Landor.

Supporting Companies

Some of our favourite Insights and Events focused on mHealth


Research2Guidance have just launched a new report on mhealth. Worth taking a look at:


13th& 14th March 2013 NHS Innovation Expo 

The NHS Innovation Expo promises to be a valuable and busy couple of days with a fantastic speaker line up.


1st Feb 2013 Merseyside & Cheshire HIEC Health Apps Conference 

We were fortunate to be invited to present at the Merseyside & Cheshire: Health Innovation & Education Cluster (HIEC) as part of a great line up.   Great engagement on the issues of developing apps, promoting them and providing the support required by customers.


July 2012 London Insights In mHealth from Developing Markets

Join us in London on the 20th July to discuss and learn about the issues, benefits and insights in mHealth from some of the mHealth trials and deployments in developing countries.


Deloitte: Shaping a Connected Health Care Market

This report discusses how Telecom Operators can enable mobile health care by examining how operators have engaged other industries, using mobile user behaviour with mobile applications from the various industries.


 Business Insider Intelligence The Future of Mobile

This presentation deck assesses current trends in the mobile device market, considering closely the growth of smartphones and tablets, the various platforms and how consumers are actually using their phones


 The Team

julieJulie Bretland, Founder | LinkedIn

Julie has 20 years experience in mobile at Ericsson, Vodafone and start-ups across Europe and Africa.  Julie completed her MBA at London Business School, where she was the recipient of the Celia Atkin Advent scholarship.  Julie serves as co-founder of the Digital Health Professionals Network and is a member of the expert panel of the London Mayor’s Health Commission.
philPhil Jones, CTO | LinkedIn

Phil brings 20 years experience in mobile at Samsung and Philips, and start-ups. Phil founded and sold Ad-X to Criteo, and healthcare start-up T+ medical, spun out of Oxford University.


irisIris Mazurek, Operations and Marketing Advisor | LinkedIn

Iris has a background in designing the strategy and implementing the operations of international multistakeholder projects. Most recently, her focus has been managing corporate partnerships for tech start-ups.  Iris holds a BSc in Zoology, an MPhil in Behavioural Studies from the Sorbonne (Paris, France), an MSc in Science Communication at Imperial College London, and an MBA from London Business School


emilyEmily Kwan, Strategic Advisor and Product Manager | LinkedIn 

Emily brings experience in marketing, most recently focused on researching the integration of mobile and emerging technologies into marketing strategies.  Emily holds her BSc in Business Administration/Cinematic-Arts from the University of Southern California, MA in Digital Culture and Technology from King’s College London, and MSc in Management from London Business School.




ewanEwan Davis, co-founder of HANDI Health and Director of Woodcote Consulting, founder of GP System supplier AAH Meditel, past Chair of both the BCS Primary Healthcare Group and the Intellect Healthcare Group and sits on the Intellect Healthcare Council.




matthewMatthew Douglas, 22 years experience as Healthcare IT Director & consultant, working for the Royal Brompton, Chelsea & Westminster and private hospitals such as the HCA.




rowanRowan Pritchard Jones, Burns Surgeon and Clinical Information Officer at St Helen’s & Knowsley NHS Trust. Developed Mersey Burns App, the first app to get CE marked in the UK. The App won ‘Excellence in Mobile Healthcare’ and was overall winner at the 2013 EHI Awards.




jimJim Schmitz, American cardiologist and academic. Former faculty at Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. Director or Cardiology at Texas A&M Health Science Center. 2013 Sloan Fellow at London Business School.

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