Mobile search referred more than 40% of traffic to mobile commerce sites, and this traffic had the lowest bounce rate (39%) of the three segments. But, search’s average revenue per session ($0.46) was less than half the comparable figure for direct-to-site customers ($1.04).
Fitness, weight management, diet and nutrition, and even condition-specific apps (e.g. diabetes management) are popular and on the rise, helping Canadians to become better informed and proactive about their health.Mobile and tablet devices are not only changing the way we monitor our health, but also the way doctors approach healthcare and treatment. There are a host of apps that enable physicians to review prescribing protocols and information, perform medical calculations, and find medical studies and developments.One of the unique apps we discovered is The Rounds, a Canadian network that helps Royal College registered physicians engage with each other other on subjects such as patient care and cases, research, and tips on running a practice.I was surprised to learn that Canadian physicians search Google for medical information around eight times a day. The Rounds can help doctors communicate and engage with their peers, and feel confident with the information they receive. It’s a chance to collaborate on complicated cases and get input from other doctors across the country. A doctor in Nova Scotia, for example, can now share his/her experiences with various treatments with a doctor in British Columbia. Physicians can also exchange creative and innovative aspects of their practice.An app like this could certainly be used in other medical fields as well. Occupational therapists, for example, are often required to be innovative and resourceful in assisting their clients. A tool like The Rounds could help them share ideas and practices.As long as health care providers aren’t spending more time with their phone than their patients, apps like this one can be excellent communication tools and resources.
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While some physicians may want to write off social media as a passing trend, the increased usage of these forums suggest that ubiquitous platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are here to stay. In fact, Facebook is the second most used smartphone application in the world behind Google Maps, according to Global Web Index. Social media websites and applications have become everyday hubs for consumers to share news, discuss community events and exchange information, but also these outlets have become a space for practices to share updates, interact with patients, network with colleagues and elevate their ranking in search engines.Along with a good website and patient portal, social media gives physicians a direct route for marketing their practice. What's more, it provides a space for patients to share positive reviews.EHR implementation will help put social media at your fingertips on a regular basis because you will be using a device throughout the day. Don't miss out on the opportunity to strengthen your relationship with current patients and communicate with new ones. Here are three benefits of using social media in your practice:1. Market your brand Social media gives you an opportunity to market your practice across an expansive array of platforms. Target Facebook and Twitter since odds are many of your patients already use these applications. Then regularly post on these forums to highlight positive news such as the achievements of staff members and philanthropic events. Share facts and news that's relevant to your patients to encourage them to become more invested in your posts. 2. Attract new patients Social networking provides your practice a great opportunity to expand your Web presence and reach new potential patients. Many people reach out to friends and acquaintances on social media for everything from restaurant reviews to book recommendations. Perhaps a friend of one of your patients is looking for a physician, and if you create social media accounts, your patient can easily link their friends to your page. Moreover, social media accounts will increase your online presence on search engines, according to Physicians Practice, drawing more patients to your practice. 3. Build a network People always stress the importance of networking in the business world, but it's just as important for you and your practice. Creating a strong network of colleagues and peers allows you to field tough questions and gain mutual business. It's necessary to have a wide range of connections in your industry and you never know what opportunities will arise.
Sixty five percent of nurses use a mobile device at work for professional purposes and for at least 30 minutes every day, according to a survey of 2,498 nurses by Wolters Kluwer Health. The company recruited 1,921 practicing nurses, 386 nurse academics, 135 who are retired, and 56 other nurses. “These findings largely mirror what we are seeing outside the hospital, that use of mobile devices to access online information, the internet and social sites are becoming part of the social fabric both personally and professionally,” Wolters Kluwer Health Chief Nurse Judith McCann said in a statement. “Although these findings may not reflect the actual policies of these institutions, what’s interesting are the perceptions of the nurses who work there, and what we learned is that nurses are frequently incorporating the use of mobile devices, online resources and, to some extent, social media into their daily workflow.” The study also found that within the group of practicing nurses, 20 percent of nurses that use mobile devices every day for work use them two hours or more. Nurses who work in hospitals said that 95 percent of healthcare organizations let them visit websites and other online resources for clinical information while working. Of those organizations that allow the use of online resources, 89 percent of healthcare organizations allow nurses to use search engines, 64 percent allow nurses to use Wikipedia, 37 percent allow nurses to use YouTube, and 32 percent allow nurses to use LinkedIn. Additionally, 48 percent of nurses in the healthcare field said their organizations even encouraged them to use websites and online resources to access clinical information during the workday. Less than 30 percent of healthcare organizations allow nurses to use Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter. Nurse managers are more likely to use mobile devices at work than staff nurses. Seventy seven percent of nurse managers use mobile devices at work compared to 58 percent of staff nurses. Of these groups that use mobile devices, 47 percent of nurse managers use iPhones compared to 31 percent of staff nurses. Twenty nine percent of nurse managers use iPads compared to 12 percent of staff nurses.
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