I’ve got some news for you. You already have a mobile site. Whether you think about it as mobile or not, the site your hospital has right now is being accessed by smartphones and tablets.
What kind of experience are those site visitors having?
If you’re not sure, it’s time to make mobile a priority. You have two main options for presenting online content to your growing mobile market. The first option is to create a mobile-optimized site that is separate from your main website. The second option is to have one website built using responsive design, which allows it to adapt to different screen sizes.
Both options are better than not having any mobile-optimized presence; but choosing one path for your mobile future is important.
Geonetric’s Vice President Ben Dillon gives you all the information you need to make this tough decision in his latest article “Choosing Your Mobile Future” which appeared in the March/April 2013 issue of Spectrum.
Ben goes into detail on the two options, explaining the advantages of each. He even showcases a great example of each – Methodist Medical Center of Illinois mobile-optimized site and Altru Health System’s responsive website.
So if you’re not sure how to choose your website’s mobile future, start reading!