mHealth And Meaningful Patient Engagement -Part 2
Posted by:Shyam Deval January 29th, 2016
A couple weeks ago I wrote about how most of the mHealth apps are not meeting usability and functionality expectations of users – thus resulting a severe underuse of these apps.  With the increasingly ‘app-centric’ lives of patients, this gap is now starting to influence how they feel about overall service satisfaction with the providers – with some … Continue reading “mHealth And Meaningful Patient Engagement -Part 2”
Posted by:Ranjit Anand January 28th, 2016
User interface proves out to be crucial in the modern day mobile friendly digital world. Designing an user interface is process oriented and what is crucial for a project manager is how you present your team’s design to the stakeholders. There are various ways to present the design but what we will address in this article is those silly mistakes … Continue reading “5 Silly Mistakes To Avoid From Your UI Designers”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao January 22nd, 2016
In this age of rapid software application development and especially with the shorter cycles taken to build mobile apps, the agreed-upon scope of work can often become a contentious issue and unless one is careful in terms of scope definition, quite a bit of unforeseen work and money can be at stake.This is unwanted tidings for both the vendor and … Continue reading “The Scope Tightrope”
Posted by:Nithin Rao January 19th, 2016
The year past has left CIOs with mistakes made, lessons learnt and plans on the anvil. And with 2016 rolling in, CIOs have a formidable task list ahead of them. With rapidly emerging technologies, it has become imperative for CIOS to leverage new technologies like social, mobile, cloud and analytics while protecting their existing IT investments. So, what then would … Continue reading “Top CIO Priorities For 2016”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao January 15th, 2016
The mobile apps that are developed by an enterprise may have certain unique features but there are a percentage of features that are common to all apps. Defining and fine-tuning the behavior, appearance, development, and performance of these common features may take rigor and multiple iterations but will yield ROI in the effort saved when using these features … Continue reading “5 Ways to Reuse Assets and Reduce Cost When Building Enterprise Mobile Apps”
Posted by:Shyam Deval January 13th, 2016
mHealth has been much talked about and much hyped for many years now. At least in theory, most healthcare providers consider mobile engagement as an integral part of their patient engagement strategy. Given the rapid increase in use of smartphone usage across all the demographics, it is then not surprising to find out that according to 2014 FICO … Continue reading “mHealth and Meaningful Patient Engagement”
Posted by:Shyam Deval January 8th, 2016
Apple ResearchKit is making a lot of news these days in clinical and medical research with the glamorous launch of multiple of research apps. Using mobile phones as a research tool seems to be a game changer.More than 15 apps have been launched in less than an year. Apple ResearchKit has some inevitable limitations. As of … Continue reading “ResearchStack: The ResearchKit for Android”
Posted by:Nithin Rao January 7th, 2016
Day one of the year’s biggest global consumer electronics and consumer technology tradeshow saw a keynote address by IBM’s CEO, Ginni Rometty. She announced IBM’s push into the cognitive era and how Watson would have a transformative impact in making sense of all things big data. From a single computer that won on the game show Jeopardy way back in … Continue reading “CES 2016 Day 1 : The Dawn Of A Cognitive Era”

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