Making a difference in how people find health information, today and into the future.
Mobile strategy is an approach to developing digital material with applications, tablets and smartphones in mind.
When health care providers and organizations use laptops, tablets and smartphones during patient care health records are open to new risks. To address this issue HHS has launched a new initiative to protect health information records.
We are putting the principles of the digital government strategy into practice at HealthCare.gov by making consumer-friendly improvements to our email newsletter efforts.
On several of our posts, we've asked you to tell us what other information you'd like to see optimized for mobile devices. PubMed is at the top of your list.
The National Cancer Institute builds mobile site for patients and their caregivers to find easily understandable information about cancer diagnosis, treatment, and side effects.
Today we have to meet the public "anywhere, at anytime, using any device." The CDC is at the forefront of this effort with their "one web" strategy and Million Hearts<sup>TM</sup> website.
At HHS we have two usability labs equipped to make sure our websites give the public the best experience possible. But how do we test the user experience on mobile devices?
Usability testing equipment for mobile devices is improving. HHS conducted a study on two mobile user-testing tools and the results are in.
We’ve been building mobile-friendly versions of HHS websites since 2010. Below is a list of current sites that have been optimized for smartphones and tablets
So we are making information more accessible on Smartphones and Social Media, how does this help me if I don't use those things? Several have asked us such questions.
Find out what health information has gone mobile. Help prioritize this work by making suggestions for which information HHS should optimize for mobile use next.
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Read the Digital GovernmentStrategy at WhiteHouse.gov