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Learn how mobile can be leveraged to help improve health outcomes and lower the cost of care.
Mobile government solutions—ranging from simple text-based services to feature-rich smartphone applications—can help sustain healthy behaviors among citizens and potentially lower government costs.
Organizations today recognize the potential for mobile government solutions to influence patient behavior long after they have left the doctor’s office. Citizens can use the convenience of their smartphones to refill prescriptions, check order status and find the nearest pharmacy. However, few agencies are clear on how to leverage mobile government solutions for large-scale improvement of health outcomes.
In this video, watch Lisa Mitnick, Managing Director – Accenture Mobility, explain how community-based health services can leverage the power of mobile government solutions to enable lower-cost care members in making basic healthcare services accessible to everyone.
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This video was recorded at the Mobile Government 2013 forum held in Sacramento, CA on March 28, 2013. View other videos in this series:
Developing a Public Sector Technology Strategy to Launch a Mobile Platform—Video
Using Government Technology to Deploy A Comprehensive Mobile Approach—Video
Promoting Government Technology Innovation through a Mobile Center of Excellence—Video
Government Productivity: The Role of Mobile in Achieving Government’s Mission—Video
Government Transformation: Improving Workflow by Tying Business Processes to Technology—Video
Improving Government Productivity through Mobile Enabled Back-Office Functions—Video
Using Mobility for Government Cost Reduction and Improved Citizen Services—Video
Improving Government Productivity through Mobile Device Convergence—Video
Consumerization of IT: Tailoring Government Technology Policies for Success—Video
Government Technology: Barriers to Mobile Deployment—Video
Role of Mobile in Government Transformation—Video
October 10, 2013
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