An improved version of the FP7 CONCERTO project demonstrator was performed in Bologna at the EUCNC 2014 conference, where we presented our Android-based IPv6 flow mobility architecture for multi-sensor based mHealth services. The rapid growth of multi-access mobile devices interconnected with different wearable vital sensors via Body Area Network play an increasingly important role in healthcare and provide significant solutions for home healthcare, remote patient monitoring and real-time tele-consultation. The spreading of heterogeneous and overlapping wireless access technologies make possible to mobile healthcare applications to use the available network resources efficiently and call into being the ubiquitous Internet connection for these applications. These facts motivated us to design and implement a context-aware IPv6 flow mobility management scheme for multi-sensor based mobile patient monitoring and tele-consultation. Please check our presentation on the prezi’s website or in PDF version. An article presenting CONCERTO has also been published on the last number of “net-tech future”. The online version of the magazine is available on the EC website. Please have a look at our photos below! For more media content visit EUCNC’s photo galery!