Julie Bretland founded Our Mobile Health to improve quality and provide confidence in the digital health sector by assessing health apps for app developers and health care organisations. This builds on a background of developing, launching and managing innovative mobile services for many years for big corporates and start-ups across Europe and Africa. She was an expert advisor on digital health at the London Health Commission and set up DigitalHealth.London on behalf of the 3 London Academic Health Science Networks, MedCity and the London Mayor. She sits on the EU mhealth working group and supports the UK National Information Board in the work of evaluating apps. Julie studied for her MBA at London Business School as a recipient of the prestigious Celia Atkin Advent scholarship. She was a winner of the Deloitte’s Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Founders Award, and is a founding member of the GSM Association’s ‘Connected Women’ programme. Her input has been sought by a variety of academic researchers as well by the Royal Academy of Engineering white paper on Digital Futures and Academy of Medical Sciences white paper on digital health. She is a regular speaker on health innovation. In recent years Julie has been focusing on promoting and assuring quality in digital health in order to provide the health professional community with confidence in digital health tools.