Rethinking your healthcare app strategy

with Blueprints 2.0

The percentage of consumers using mobile and tablet health apps has tripled over the past four years, from 16% in 2014 to 48% today, and studies have shown mHealth apps have a positive impact on patient self-management and can aid in behavioral modification. It is no longer a question of how mobile fits into healthcare, but how many ways mobile apps reduce costs and improve outcomes.

MobileSmith’s Healthcare App Blueprints, launched just last year, have seen rapid customer adoption and continue to drive ROI for hospitals across the country—reducing ER overcrowding, referral leakage, and other areas of rising costs while improving HCAHPS scores and overall health outcomes.

What’s next for the second generation of healthcare apps? Join us as we preview our Blueprints 2.0, offering key pre-integrated functionality like self-triage, remote check-in, wayfinding, and EMR interoperability.

In this webinar, we will cover:

  • How hospitals and health systems of all sizes can utilize Blueprints for quick wins
  • New app functionality that can be easily customized and deployed in your organization
  • Impact and use-cases for apps across Perioperative, Chronic Condition, Healthcare Access and more


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