Donald Jones is a globally recognized leader in Digital Medicine, sometimes referred to as Wireless Health, Digital Health, Connected Health, or mHealth. He is a sought out speaker, advisor and board member of select companies including BioSense. He works with healthcare, pharmaceutical, medical device, wearable, apparel, material science, Telco and early stage companies. Jones serves as Chief Digital Officer of the Scripps Translational Science Institute, working with the renowned Eric Topol, MD, on the convergence of genomics and wireless health – digital medicine. He co-founded Scripps Digital Medicine, the world’s first clinical trial center focused on digital health and large data sets. For 11 years through 2014, he led Wireless Health Global Strategy and Business Development for Qualcomm. He is Founder and Chairman of the Wireless Life Sciences Alliance. Working with the XPRIZE Foundation and Qualcomm’s CEO, Jones conceived the $10 million Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE, a global competition for a consumer device which makes medical diagnoses. CommNexus recognized Donald Jones as 2014 Digital Health Innovator of the Year.