How to fight economic inequalities with smartphones
So what could the executive do to encourage growth? First, it can ensure that the regulatory maze is navigable for established players and new entrants. Mobile apps are inherently cross-industry, connecting many industries on a single device. The mobile startup that wants to connect poor communities with limited access to medical facilities to healthcare professionals will need to navigate wireless, medical, privacy, consumer protection, insurance, liability and electronic reporting regulations. funds for each transaction. Without streamlining, this can be prohibitive for all but the largest businesses.
Another way to encourage growth is to make government programs and payments compatible with mobile devices, such as Medicare and Medicaid Enrollment and Services Management, Social Security and EBT Direct Deposits, and other social safety net programs. Not only can this help reduce the incidence of fraud, it also signals to businesses that this market is open and to consumers they can trust. in the security of mobile technology. Government involvement inherently increases the number of users and helps create a lucrative market that will have positive effects on the communities that need it most.
We know campaigns are familiar with mobile technology as it has become an essential tool for fundraising, marketing, and engagement. But in addition to seeing this technology as a mechanism to get elected, they also need to think about ways to integrate it into governance.
The current political environment demands creative solutions to age-old problems. And those who face the highest hurdles in the American Dream shouldn’t be forced to stay away until the bickering ends. This is certainly a point on which all the candidates can also agree.