There has been a significant change in consumer focus from what’s on the Web, to the apps on our mobile devices. Businesses are already aware of the need to adapt to mobile. One of the first decisions to make on the app development journey is whether to simply build a web app or to invest… Read more »
As consumer behaviour continues to evolve, businesses need to adapt their strategy to be ‘where their customers are’. As a result, companies are moving rapidly toward making mobile apps commonplace as business tools and assets.
The mobile health app market has developed into a vivid ecosystem; a market that is not only dynamic but also offers great potential. With the adoption of mobile in the healthcare industry growing, the business opportunity for mHealth apps is immense.
As the healthcare industry shifts to a value-based model, the need to increase patient engagement is at the forefront. Leaders in healthcare are seeking to improve the patient experience by implementing innovative patient engagement strategies that meet the expectations of their digital savvy patients.
What do most enterprise companies want from app development? Ultimately, a finished product with minimised costs, delivered in the shortest timeframe possible. However, there are a lot of components to the app development process that must be carefully planned to ensure a successful deployment.
As the world gradually becomes digitised, more and more patients are turning to their smartphones for health advice, or to track and manage their health. The innovation of the digital health app is accelerating fast and with the adoption of mobile in the healthcare industry growing, the opportunity for health apps is immense.
With the increase in healthcare consumerism, there is a growing awareness of the need to involve patients in their care. As technology continues to make health records more accessible, it provides an opportunity for greater transparency, engagement and collaboration through patient-generated health data.
As technology advances, it will continue to reshape the digital publishing industry and the way in which we consume content. Mobile is now the platform of choice, with the number of people consuming content on mobile devices continuing to rise. In order to successfully compete in the industry, publishing strategy needs to focus on a… Read more »
Digital health is introducing new approaches to the management of health conditions. Research has demonstrated significant growth in the impact that digital health is having on patients and healthcare overall. The adoption of digital health tools, such as mobile health apps, holds great promise with evidence of these tools playing a positive role in both patient… Read more »
Times are changing, and internal communications strategies are becoming increasingly sophisticated. Yet an alarming number of businesses continue to embrace the old constraints of desktop computers and legacy systems. Introducing new technological advancements to can yield higher productivity, workplace efficiency and employee engagement.