Recent Blog Posts
A listing of all posts published on the Walker TechArts blog with the most recent item first.
MediaPost Publications Going Mobile: Leading Patients And Providers To MHealth. – This article gives some good numbers and insights into mobile healthcare from the patient & medical professional prospective.
Report: Customers Still Prefer Company Websites to Facebook : The World :: American Express OPEN Forum
Report: Customers Still Prefer Company Websites to Facebook. – This article has some great percentage numbers in doing an evaluation of business websites vs FaceBook business pages.
Tablet Travelers Still Pulling Content, Not Pushing Productivity. – This can be a great opportunity if you can figure out how to use this information.
Patient illustrates how the iPhone and $1.99 could disrupt the medical device industry. – This article is feedback from a family practice physician on an app that a patient brought into his clinic. The app had a recording of her atrial fibrillation burden history. This app helped her healthcare a lot.
Woeful Websites: How to Guarantee Your Startup Won’t Get Funding | Xconomy. – This is written from the view of a biotech consultant. I can think of a number of other businesses that can use this advice.
7 steps to building privacy into a health app | Government Health IT. – There are over 40,000 mHealth apps with a 25% annual growth rate for the next 5 years. Security and privacy are always going to be tight.
Small Businesses Dominate Mobile Apps Market | BusinessNewsDaily.com. – Small app developers are doing it for SMBs and even large companies now.
Free photo apps that enhance your iPhone’s camera – TechHive Beta Blog. – Some really cool apps in this bunch, free to a small fee.
5 Ways To Build A Better Business Through Blogging. – You get to be close to your customers, especially if you are a SMB.
How to pick useful health apps for mobile devices – The Washington Post. – The information includes evidence behind the apps from a medical point of view, as well as 10 apps that range from free to $159.