Congratulations to the team from Liquid State and QUT Foundry who made it to the top 5 at this years Hacking Health @ HIC in Brisbane. We thank the QUT Foundry for the opportunity to test the power of the Liquid State Platform to facilitate rapid prototyping of their innovative connected healthcare solution, Com.pania. Leveraging the platform,… Read more »
Posted on August 4, 2017 in - Communications, - Digital Health, - Patient Engagement, – Health, Best Practices
The future of healthcare is being shaped largely by the patient engagement evolution. In this new world of health care, effective patient communications and engagement will continue to control the course of success. It is all about the right care, in the right place, at the right time.
Liquid State is proud to be supporting this year’s Hacking Health event in Brisbane by offering our platform, and support staff, free of charge to all Hacking Health teams who need a strong and flexible communications platform to underpin the health solutions they produce.
As the market enters a period of rapid growth in entrepreneurship and technological advancement, businesses need to embrace a holistic digital approach. With the implementation of an internal communications platform, companies can digitise and streamline workflows, increasing their overall efficiency and productivity.
Due to the rapid growth of smartphone usage, and the ever-changing consumer behaviour, mobile apps are now considered an essential part of business strategy. However, attaining executive buy-in for mobile app development can be an extremely challenging task.
Mobile is becoming ubiquitous in the Healthcare industry, playing a significant role as the industry continues to adopt a patient-centred approach. Healthcare leaders are now seeking to improve the patient experience through tailoring patient engagement strategies to meet the expectations of their digital savvy patients.
As technology advances and the app ecosystem continues to grow, the power in the marketplace has shifted towards the consumer. Retaining and acquiring new customers poses a significant challenge for businesses. In order to stay competitive, businesses must offer a flawless customer experience by understanding the unique mobile customer journey.
2016 saw the mobile app market maintain strong momentum, with significant growth in app usage and downloads. However, with well over 2 million apps in the major app stores, discoverability poses a significant challenge for businesses in the marketplace. App store optimisation is now considered fundamental to successful app strategy.
The mobile app ecosystem will continue to grow exponentially over the coming years, along with the widespread adoption of app analytic tools. However, most businesses today are not effectively leveraging app analytics.
As the mobile ecosystem continues to expand, businesses are creating mobile apps to capture the connected consumer. Ideally, mobile apps should be developed for both the major app platforms, iOS and Android. However, there is often debate around which platform is best to build on first.