Mobile App to Facilitate Daily Practice of Healthcare Providers
Mobile app provides access to searchable, high-quality scientific content and tools tailored to a healthcare provider’s specialty and to facilitate their daily practice.
A leading multinational biopharmaceutical company approached NewPage to create a Mobile Application that would provide healthcare professionals tools and resources designed to facilitate their daily practice. The client came to NewPage because of our vast experience creating Mobile and Digital Health Solutions.
NewPage worked with the client to understand the requirements and determined that the best solution was to build a Mobile App providing a one-of-a-kind experience with searchable, high-quality scientific content that would be accessed through an intuitive user interface. It would enable registration and password recovery. The app also would offer access to tools and digital services, including live events with the option to create calendar reminders. NewPage created a digital solution leveraging technology it had previously developed to expedite delivery and save the client money.
NewPage developed a Mobile App that is tailored to a healthcare provider’s specialty and delivers an intuitive user experience. Users can access the app either by entering their username and password through the client’s portal or signing up in the app itself. Our solution provides access to scientific content, tools and live events (with calendar reminder option). With our depth and breadth of experience, and utilization of digital assets we had previously created, NewPage was able to provide the solution to the client within an accelerated time frame and on budget.
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