Can your smartphone serve as a behavior change agent to influence positive health outcomes? This infographic created by Mobiquity highlights 15 ways your smartphone can help monitor, motivate, and influence health outcomes by delivering the right message, at the right time, in the right place.
The data shown is based on the findings of a comprehensive research effort into how mobile is currently used to influence behavior from Mobiquity’s latest white paper, “Designing an Effective Behavior Change Platform.”
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A new report released by Mobiquity examines how mobile technology has become a cost-effective and scalable driver of behavior change in healthcare and other industries. “Designing an Effective Behavior Change Platform” outlines the findings of a comprehensive research effort into how mobile is currently used to influence behavior, and identifies best practices within a new Mobiquity framework that furthers the goal of using mobile health apps to achieve beneficial behavior change.
The research study was commissioned by Mobiquity, a professional services firm creating innovative mobile solutions and apps that drive business value, and the Wireless Innovation Council (WIC), an organization of leading innovative companies across several industries that identifies areas of mobile innovation and benchmarks how businesses should respond.
For more information or to download the full report, please visit:http://www.mobiquityinc.com/our-ideas/white-papers/designing-effective-behavior-change-platform
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