The annual Games for Health Conference kicked off last week in Boston, where hundreds of game developers, health professionals, and leading researchers convened to discuss, learn and share how video games and technologies could work to improve health outcomes.
We were particularly thrilled by the prospect of how these tools can be applied to help reduce health disparities in our communities, specifically in the areas of chronic disease management.
We were also thrilled that we had the chance to catch up with one of our founding advisory board members, Andre Blackman from Pulse and Signal. Here’s a brief video interview of his thoughts on the conference.
For more on Andre’s thoughts on the conference, visit his blog at Pulse and Signal.