Executive Director, Mobile Health at GSMA
Jeanine Vos is leading the global mHealth Connected Living programme at the GSMA whose aim is to stimulate the development and take-up of sustainable and scalable mHealth solutions. mHealth provides a real opportunity to help healthcare providers deliver better, more consistent and more efficient healthcare, and to empower individuals to manage their own health more effectively. Jeanine is responsible for defining the strategic direction of the programme, working closely with Operator member companies as well as stakeholders across the healthcare ecosystem to identify, prioritise and execute activities and communicate findings.
Prior to this, Jeanine managed key policy and regulatory programmes and communications at the GSMA as Director of Regulatory Affairs. Working with industry, policy makers and regulators at regional and global level, she has led initiatives on subjects ranging from economic and social benefits of mobile to spectrum licensing, interconnection and international roaming. Most recently, Jeanine headed up the GSMA’s policy activities regarding IP networks and services and net neutrality.
Before joining the GSMA in 2005, Jeanine worked in the mobile industry for five years in the areas of Public Policy and Strategy. She holds an MSc from the Delft University of Technology and an MSc from the London School of Economics.
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Posted on 31.08.2012
Policy and regulation for innovation in mHealth
For the past two years, I have been working with great passion on the subject of mobile health (or mHealth), having set up the global mHealth programme of the GSMA – the organisation that represents the interests of mobile operators worldwide. I am therefore very pleased that the momentum for mHealth has really been building.