...Smartphones allow us to answer our own product questions about options, specs and, of course, price while we’re out shopping. And Google is trying to figure out what that means for marketing and purchase decisions. Seventy-nine percent of smartphone owners are what Google calls “smartphone shoppers,” meaning that they use their smartphones at least once a month in stores. That’s a lot of people.
If there are 130 million smartphone users in the U.S., then about 111 million Americans use their smartphones to prepare for shopping or to look things up while there. It’s not surprising that Google wants to get in all those heads and see what’s going on. There’s money there!... The most surprising finding was probably that people who consistently use their smartphones as part of their shopping spend 25% more than people who only use their smartphones for shopping occasionally....
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The deputy administrator for USDA's Rural Utilities Service, Jessica Zufolo, joined Mississippi health care leaders and stakeholders today at a workshop to discuss funding opportunities to improve patient care and reduce costs through Information Technology (IT)infrastructure in rural Mississippi hospitals.
"Rural communities should be afforded the same access to healthcare as residents in metropolitan areas. Health IT stakeholders that attended the workshop have enlightened me about the IT needs of rural hospitals. Improving healthcare IT in rural hospitals is necessary to the survival of rural hospitals," said State Director Trina N. George.
"This workshop is just the beginning of an initiative to provide hospitals with information about how Rural Development and other organizations can assist rural hospitals with healthcare IT.
"This workshop is an example of how the Obama Administration is leveraging resources across the federal government to meet the health care needs of rural Americans," Zufolo said. "USDA is collaborating with the Department of Health and Human Services to establish a pilot effort here in Mississippi to expand access to broadband to support health information exchanges between hospitals."
The workshop at the Mississippi Hospital Association is a part of an ongoing series of regional funding workshops and stakeholder roundtables supported through USDA Rural Development's Smart Rural Communities Initiative. The workshops have included discussions on rural outreach, how rural hospitals can leverage funding from state and federal governmental programs – including those from USDA – and how to link the needs of rural hospitals with information technology to improve health care delivery in rural America.
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