RALEIGH, NC, June 15, 2015 – MobileSmith is delighted to announce that Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital has chosen the MobileSmith app platform to accelerate its mobile strategy and produce full-featured, native apps for both patients and physicians.
Located in the Second District of the Los Angeles County, the brand new Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital (MLKCH) is a priority project for local authorities. It is expected to serve 1.2 million residents from all over South Los Angeles and to create more than 900 jobs in the area.
“Our strategy is to get into mobile extremely quickly, without overly burdening our IT staff or infrastructure,” said Sajid Ahmed, Chief Information and Innovation Officer at MLKCH. “With its powerful capabilities and easy learning curve, the MobileSmith Platform is the ideal solution for us. We are looking forward to launching many great apps.”
MobileSmith empowers organizations with limited resources to get into mobile apps quickly and at low cost, and to compete successfully in the mobile space. Non-programmers – marketers, clinicians, administrators – can use the MobileSmith app platform to manage the full lifecycle of their app portfolio:
- Prototype new apps in days;
- Instantly build prototypes and test them natively on real devices;
- Publish apps to iOS and Android app stores or distribute internally via email; and,
- Manage and update all apps in real time, and more!
“Mobile app development does not have to take a lot of bandwidth at a healthcare organization that tries to meet market demands and contain costs at the same time,” said Robert Hancock, MobileSmith VP of Sales. “We are happy that Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital has recognized the value of our solution, and we are thrilled to help them succeed in the mobile world.”
MobileSmith (OTCBB:MOST) is a complete cloud solution for enterprise mobility and a powerful online platform that allows non-programmers to easily prototype, deploy, and manage native applications for iOS and Android smartphones and iPad tablets without coding. MobileSmith customers manage each app from a dedicated CMS; push messages to users’ devices, including Apple Watch, securely integrate their data sources, and create sleek wayfinding apps powered with beacons and geofencing. Follow us: @TheMobileSmith
Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital (www.mlkch.org) is a new private, non-profit, safety-net hospital, committed to delivering high quality, collaborative care to South Los Angeles. In partnership with the County of Los Angeles, the University of California and other community providers, Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital is committed to establishing a national model focused on technologically-advanced, innovative patient-centered care.