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Simplifying Healthcare Staffing with an AppSheet White Label App


As a recruiter, I've always tried to find innovative ways to locate and hire the best possible candidates for jobs. What makes being a travel nurse recruiter so unique is that we typically have hundreds—if not thousands—of jobs to offer our candidates. To make this task easier, I started searching for a way to share our massive database of available job openings while simultaneously driving qualified candidates in my direction.

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How Saad Healthcare Uses AppSheet to Deliver Exceptional Patient Care


Generally speaking, most mistakes in business can be corrected. Customers can usually be reimbursed for things like late deliveries, missed calls or negative experiences. Here in the hospice unit at SaaD Healthcare, where I work as Vice President, we don’t have that luxury. Missed communications, in other words, can have significant consequences for the patients and families that we look after. And we don’t always get a second chance to make up for a mistake if it happens.

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Building a Better Healthcare App

Americans are becoming more and more health conscious every day, and with the proliferation of smart devices, keeping track of our health is getting easier. One sure way to get Americans to pay attention to their bodies is through the use of healthcare apps. In fact, medical apps are exploding in the Apple and Android app stores, and smartphone users with chronic conditions have already unlocked the power of healthcare apps and other users are not far behind.

With the medical app market expanding from its $490 million 2015 level, when 40 percent of sales came from health monitoring apps, it seems that the opportunity is ripe for developers to get into the action.

One recent report published by the Journal of Medical Internet Research  found that one in three mobile users with chronic conditions is already using apps to help them manage their health. And yet, according to a 2014 report co-authored by Murray Aiken, executive director of the IMS Institute of Healthcare Informatics, almost half (46 percent) of the medical apps available from the Apple store were not actually healthcare apps at all, according to an IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics infographic on mHealth News and just 159 of the 43,700 apps had the ability to track or capture user data.

So what makes for a good app?

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Using Mobile Applications to Increase Hospital Productivity

Reblogged from the Huffington Post, by Ron Avignone

We’ve shown you how one AppSheet user improved a hospital’s efficiency with a DIY mobile app designed for cardiovascular surgery scheduling.

In his Huffington Post article, Using Mobile Applications to Increase Hospital Productivity, Giva founder and CEO Ron Avignone posits that even though mobile apps have already boosted productivity for medical personnel significantly, the best is yet to come. Avignone imagines the kinds of medical apps that could continue advancing the medical profession and what types of challenges they might tackle.

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App Innovator: Kim Harford with Cancerdata.com

Close to eight million people worldwide die from cancer each year. It’s a shocking statistic, and even after thousands of years, we still don't know all the causes and haven't pulled all the links together, so the cure is still very much a fight.

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