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Interview with HopeLab's Richard Tate: Developing Game-Based Healthcare Apps

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29 Oct 2013CPOL
Richard Tate of HopeLab on developing successful healthcare apps.

 Intel® App Innovation Contest 2013 Get-to-Market Interview Series  

Interview with HopeLab's Richard Tate: Developing Game-Based Healthcare Apps  

Interview by Marc Saltzman on behalf of Intel®     

This video has been created to provide developer insights and stimulate innovative thinking for developers interested in creating apps for the Healthcare market segment. As part of the Intel® App Innovation Contest 2013, Richard Tate of HopeLab shares his thoughts, experiences, and successes based on his development of two game-based healthcare apps whose missions are to help children with cancer and increase physical activity in young teens. The team at HopeLab is using the power and appeal of technology to do amazing work improving human health and well-being. Learn how you too can develop and position your apps for this market.  

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