Liquid State is proud to announce that we, in partnership with exercise physiologists Tobias Atkins and Robert Fogarty, will receive funding under the Queensland Government’s ActiveKIT program.
Coronavirus is challenging traditional healthcare practices, driving the adoption of digital health solutions and expediting digital transformation. The current environment presents an opportunity to look to alternative digital care models to reduce pressure on health systems and support frontline healthcare workers.
Liquid State is proud to announce its ranking in the Financial Times High Growth Companies Asia-Pacific 2020. The Financial Times, in partnership with Statista, ranked the top 500 companies from across the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region that achieved the highest compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in revenue between 2015 and 2018.
Over recent years, patients have significantly increased their involvement in care, driving them to behave increasingly as consumers of healthcare. In this new era of care, effective patient communications and engagement will control the course of success. Tools, such as mobile health apps, will help achieve this by opening up new lines of communication.
The Liquid State team is proud to be announced as one of six finalists in the 2019 Lord Mayor’s Business Awards, CCIQ Award for Outstanding Small Business.
Innovative mobile health apps are transforming the healthcare industry, providing opportunities to improve access to care, quality of care, clinical outcomes and reduce costs.
The emergence of mobile technology has launched the healthcare industry to the next level. Even though this industry frequently deals with complex and sensitive data, clinicians and patients are taking advantage of, and benefiting from, the ever-growing mobile app trend. This has sparked an important discussion about the compliance of health apps.
Congratulations to the team from Liquid State, eHealth Queensland and Data61 who’s solution, MedAssist, won the Oracle prize at this years eHealth Innovation Jam in Brisbane. Over 3 days, the team was able to rapidly prototype and pitch their innovative connected healthcare solution at the eHealth Expo.
The Platform as a Service (PaaS) market has evolved fast, as businesses begin to look for solutions that help speed up processes and minimise costs. Leveraging a PaaS approach brings with it the necessary flexibility and efficiency that is essential for driving business growth.
An alarming number of businesses continue to embrace the old constraints of legacy and siloed content management systems. Introducing a single source of truth platform can help companies breakdown these silos and achieve higher productivity and workplace efficiency.