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Weekly Mobile Scoop – 11-18-14 – Freeman Health Launches First Mobile App With MobileSmith

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MOBILE HEALTH: Freeman Health Launches First Mobile App with MobileSmith
Freeman Health has become the latest health system to enhance patient service, using the MobileSmith platform to release their mobile resource, Freeman Everywhere. Streaming ER wait times and a full physician directory are just a couple of the tools […]

By |November 17th, 2014|Categories: Weekly Mobile Scoop|Tags: |0 Comments

Freeman Health Launches First Mobile App Built with MobileSmith

RALEIGH, NC, November 18, 2014 – MobileSmith is pleased to announce the release of Freeman Everywhere hospital mobile app, created and published by its customer Freeman Health System using the MobileSmith mobile app development platform, without any coding.

Freeman is a 485-bed, three-hospital system providing comprehensive healthcare and behavioral health services to […]

3 types mhealth apps build hospital success

By |November 14th, 2014|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments

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By |November 14th, 2014|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments

Weekly Mobile Scoop – 11-11-14 – 3 App Development Tips to Survive the Zombie App-ocalypse

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FREE WEBINAR: Mobile App Marketing Tips for Healthcare Providers
Building an app for your hospital can be fun and essential project for your hospital. Yet getting patients to discover the app, and use your resource can present a challenge. We’re teaming with marketing experts Method Savvy to offer […]

By |November 10th, 2014|Categories: Weekly Mobile Scoop|Tags: |0 Comments

Weekly Mobile Scoop – 11-4-14 – Robert Wood Johnson Accelerates its Mobile App Strategy with MobileSmith

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MOBILE NEWS: Robert Wood Johnson Chooses MobileSmith to Accelerate Its Mobile App Strategy 
MobileSmith is thrilled to announce that Robert Wood Johnson has chosen the MobileSmith app development platform to produce innovative mobile resources for their patients and employees. Within the first few days, Robert Wood Johnson has […]

By |November 4th, 2014|Categories: Weekly Mobile Scoop|Tags: |0 Comments

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Uses MobileSmith to Quickly Build Mobile Apps

RALEIGH, NC – November 3, 2014 – MobileSmith is thrilled to announce that Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) has chosen the MobileSmith app development platform to accelerate its mobile app strategy and produce innovative mobile resources for their patients and employees.

The agreement will enable non-programmers at RWJUH – marketers, […]

3 App Development Tricks to Survive the Zombie App-ocalypse

Be warned friends, this Halloween, millions of them will be out.  They will be hungrily, mindlessly dragging along. They’re everywhere, no part of the world can avoid them. You are their primary target, and they’re craving hard to find you. The zombies are here.

Now before you go racing to protect […]

By |October 30th, 2014|Categories: Mobile App Development|Tags: |0 Comments

Weekly Mobile Scoop – 10-28-14 – 5 Steps to an Agile Mobile Strategy for Your Hospital

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MOBILE WEBINAR: 5 Steps to an Agile Mobile Strategy for Your Hospital
How can your hospital rapidly create mobile apps as great patient engagement tools? Attending our webinar, on Wednesday, November 19, 1:00-1:30 EST, will introduce you to a bounty of engaging and innovative use cases you can […]

By |October 28th, 2014|Categories: Weekly Mobile Scoop|Tags: |0 Comments

Weekly Mobile Scoop – 10-21-14 – The Three Types of mHealth Apps to Build Hospital Success

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MOBILE HEALTH: The Three Types of mHealth Apps to Build Hospital Success
The mHealth Revolution hasn’t had as much impact as many thought it would on patient care, yet several hospitals have seen a significant boost through offering certain types of health apps. Patient education, home health monitoring, and mobile […]

By |October 21st, 2014|Categories: Weekly Mobile Scoop|Tags: |0 Comments