Spok's fifth annual mobility strategies in healthcare survey: results revealed November 03, 2016 The landscape of mobility strategies and mobile device usage in hospitals is maturing - but there is still a long way to go. Mobile apps improve medication adherence, reduce costs April 23, 2016 By Robert Oscar Health plans and PBMs that are reluctant to invest in mobile tools for their covered members will miss out. Premium Content Preview | Why Now is the Time to Leverage Smartphones to Offer Better Patient Care October 06, 2015 By TouchCare It’s no secret: mobile devices are being used by
everyone, everywhere. According to a 2015 study by
Pew Research Center, an astounding two thirds of
Americans now own and regularly use smartphones. Technology to reduce readmissions August 12, 2015 By Sherree Geyer A look at some of the technology tools healthcare systems are using to reduce readmissions. Five ways your physicians should use mobile devices June 23, 2015 By John Smithwick Mobile devices are becoming a very real part of the healthcare journey. Are your physicians making the most of their capabilities? What healthcare executives should know about mHealth June 02, 2015 By Tracey Walker Mobile health (mhealth) has many benefits for patient care, but lack of oversight and regulatory concerns could raise problems. (WEBINAR) Better Care Team Collaboration and Productivity with Secure Mobile Messaging December 17, 2014 Don't let HIPAA slow you down. Part of the 2013 EHR Web Seminar Series. Text messaging with patients: Steps physicians must take to avoid liability As the number of people using text messaging steadily increases, many physicians similarly feel the urge to use text messages to communicate with their patients and colleagues. However, using text messaging in your practice can present legal issues that you may not have considered. Cost still a barrier for mobile adoption in healthcare February 26, 2014 By Donna Marbury Are decision makers in the healthcare field ready to invest in and adopt the new mobile devices and technology that will link them to patients and other healthcare providers in the future?