With the rapid growth of mobile health, the usability of mobile applications is critical. They present the opportunity to improve clinical and financial performance and to address the growing problem of chronic care. As the possibilities for the use of mobile technologies grows and the marketplace of them expands daily, it is all the more important that technology assessment be focused on usability and outcomes. In this virtual briefing, a tool for evaluating the usability of mobile apps will be presented, one hospital will share their experience on the path to mHealth, and the value of mobile technology in providing chronic care will be detailed from a very practical perspective.
Your free* registration includes live and On Demand access to education sessions, downloadable resources, and networking opportunities with speakers and attendees.
*Only qualified individuals will be allowed free access, based on demographic information provided.
Non-qualified individuals may attend for a nominal fee.
|11:45AM-12:15PM CT||Usability principles: One Hospital’s Experience in Implementing mHealth|
|Abstract: Go behind the scenes as one hospital puts usability principles and design to the test.
In this session, experience the real-world challenges and solutions this hospital faced with their mHealth implementation. In addition, get the ‘big picture’ of usability principles relative to physician satisfaction, patient engagement and clinical results.
|12:30PM-1PM CT||Engaging the Underserved Community: Improving Care with Mobile Technology|
|Abstract: mHealth and the underserved community: what are the implications and opportunities to date? Hear a first person account how mobile health is improving outcomes in an underserved community - especially for chronic care. Join this session to learn how to best leverage mHealth with realistic goals in underserved populations.
|1:15PM-2:15PM CT||Creating Real Results and Traction for mHealth: A Case Study from Centene and AT&T (Sponsored Session)|
|Abstract: Centene and AT&T will share detailed results from recent mHealth programs targeting diabetics in both Medicaid and Commercial populations. Usage and survey data, combined with claims analyses performed by Centene, present evidence that mHealth solutions can drive significant behavior changes.
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