Posted on January 13, 2017 in - Government, Case Studies, Liquid State News

TWiG Update: Liquid State Completes Carbon Editor Testing

13Jan
TWiG Update: Liquid State Completes Carbon Editor Testing

As a part of the Testing Within Government (TWiG) Program, Liquid State has just completed testing how the Carbon Editor platform functions as a smart editing and style guide system within a government setting.

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Improving Patient Engagement in Hospitals

26Jul
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A new study by Accenture shows that creating a superior consumer experience not only improves patient engagement in hospitals but also correlates to 50 percent higher hospital margins. In fact, at Liquid State we see the social and economic value in improving patient engagement in hospitals through apps and integrated communications solutions. 

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Health Communication Apps Improve Patient Engagement

16Dec
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Technology is incrementally shifting the doctor-patient relationship into the digital age. This is truly the case for apps. Apps can enable doctors to directly engage with patients even when outside the consulting room. But what factors do companies need to consider when developing a health communication app to drive patient engagement?

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Posted on December 3, 2015 in - Digital Health, – Health, Best Practices, Industries

Digital Habits of Healthcare Professionals

03Dec
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Healthcare continues to evolve into a paperless industry as the professional reliance on mobile and tablet devices grow concurrently. In fact, majority of healthcare professionals are becoming ‘digital omnivores’ as they work between a desktop computer, tablet and smartphone. 

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Posted on October 29, 2015 in - Digital Health, – Health, Best Practices, Industries

Tech Will Revolutionise the Traditional Healthcare System

29Oct
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CSIRO’s We Feel is a project that aims to verify whether our emotions can be accurately mapped using data from social media. We Feel studies the words people use in their Twitter posts, and maps these words to a wheel of emotions; a colourful hierarchy of joy, love, surprise, sadness, fear and anger. 

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