mHealthWatch to Publish New Blog Series Focusing on How Interactive Text Messaging Revolutionizes Patient Engagement

mPulse Mobile Proves a Magnet for Funding as Market Demand Swells for itsMobile engagement solutions provider mPulse Mobile has demonstrated in the short time since the company was founded in 2015 that it understands better than anyone else precisely how interactive text messaging holds the potential to revolutionize patient engagement.

Today, mPulse Mobile helps dozens of health plan, provider, and pharmaceutical clients solve what it calls some of the industry’s most expensive challenges — missed appointments, medication adherence, gaps in care, etc. — through more effective consumer engagement.

Just last year, mPulse Mobile was granted a patent by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for its secure mobile messaging solution, which the company says “fosters dialogue between its customers and their consumers.”

While many dynamic, digital-focused companies across the healthcare spectrum merely talk a good game about their contributions and commitments to improving the health and wellbeing of consumers by making healthcare communications relevant to the modern lifestyle, mPulse Mobile has amassed a tapestry of success stories that now serve as illustrative and inspiring case studies.

Recently, mPulse shared with mHealthWatch the company’s new Outcomes Report, which highlights a slew of mPulse Mobile client programs, including execution details and outcomes. As a result, MHW will publish a new series of blogs based on the report’s key findings.

Over the course of the next five weeks (beginning March 20th), mHealthWatch will exclusively share one case every Monday, offering our readers an unprecedented glimpse into innovation in action in the world of mHealth.

“We’re grateful for opportunities presented to us that have allowed us to grow significantly and deliver great results for our clients,” says mPulse Mobile CEO and co-founder Chris Nicholson.

For more information about mPulse Mobile, click here.

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