Smartphones continue to grow in ubiquity. Mobile apps are now being used to complement pre-existing systems in healthcare to improve the quality of care. As a result, advances in healthcare apps and technology are revolutionising the industry and patient-centred care.
In this evolving market, healthcare providers that deliver the best patient experience will come out on top. In order to achieve success and sustainability in the future, many organisations in the healthcare industry are turning to technology and digital transformation. The key is to implement new technology solutions that promote efficiency, improve quality of care, and increase… Read more »
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 »
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.
Healthcare providers are now recognising patients as customers, tailoring their services to meet specific needs at each stage of the patient journey. mHealth apps are fast becoming one of the best tools for this type of personalised patient-centered care, empowering patients through providing relevant and easily accessible information.
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.
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.