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Weekly Mobile Scoop 10-8-13 – Are Mobile Apps the Low Hanging Fruit in Meaningful Use Stage 2?

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MOBILE HEALTHCARE: Are Mobile Apps the Low Hanging Fruit in Meaningful Use Stage 2?

MOBILE TECH: Will Apple’s M7 Chip Enable a New Generation of Fitness Apps?

MOBILE HEALTH APPS: Are Mobile Health Apps Becoming a Doctor’s Best Friend?

MOBILE STRATEGY: What Sorts of Tech Challenges are C-suite Leaders Facing?

MOBILE HEALTHCARE: Are Mobile Apps the Low Hanging Fruit in Meaningful Use Stage 2?

Most IT departments are swamped in EHR implementation right now – leaving many healthcare marketers wondering how they can help. There is a way for Marketing to take the burden off of the IT department and customize a mobile apps strategy that complies with MU-2 requirements. We can show you how!

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MOBILE TECH: Will Apple’s M7 Chip Enable a New Generation of Fitness Apps?

With the introduction of Apple’s M7 coprocessor in the iPhone 5s, a greater focus will be placed on offering mobile health-friendly apps and devices. Now, instead of having to wear your Nike+ FuelBand to monitor your activity, your iPhone 5s will handle it. And once the M7 chip catches on with other fitness software vendors, prepare to see a flurry of mobile health and fitness apps that allow your phone to monitor your activity.

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MOBILE HEALTH APPS: Are Mobile Health Apps Becoming a Doctor’s Best Friend?

Facing increased pressure from MU-2 requirements, doctors are turning towards mobile apps. Mobile health apps offer doctors a way to collect more granular data, thus allowing them to establish more meaningful relationships with patients, helping patients improve their health, reduce disease and lower healthcare costs.

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MOBILE STRATEGY: What Sorts of Tech Challenges are C-suite Leaders Facing?

According to a recent IBM report, C-suite leaders are at a a crossroads between digital and physical innovation. The emergence of social, mobile and digital networks is forcing C-suite leaders to re-think how they interact with customers. Mobile apps may be the answer.

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By | 2016-11-18T14:58:33+00:00 October 8th, 2013|Uncategorized, Weekly Mobile Scoop|0 Comments

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