At hxrefactored, David Sobel MD spoke on designing apps for health
Tag: medical apps for patients
The Vaccines on the Go App was developed by the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). It was created to make finding accurate information about vaccines easier for parents.
Welcome to the PainDiary App by AppDoc. This is an extremely simple and useful app. It uses mobile technology to replace the paper pain diary and adds many unique features.
The SurroSense Rx System was created by ORPYX to help mitigate diabetic foot complications such as ulceration, infection and amputation due to diabetic peripheral neuropathy.
CheckedUp is an mHealth solution that aims to decrease the gap in communication between doctors and patients.
Blood Pressure (My Heart) app for Android tracks blood pressure data provided by users and allow them to see trends in their data
Join us to find out about this emergency reference tool. Is this something you can rely on or not?
A panel of physicians and technology experts asserted at Health 2.0’s Open Roundtable on the Underserved that low-income and vulnerable underserved populations are quickly becoming important consumers of healthcare information technology. Those thinking of creating the next big app should consider the underserved market.
This post reviews a study of external validity measures for cardiothoracic surgery-related apps
Stroke: Patient medical app is for users who want to learn more about stroke symptoms, why strokes occur and what emergent steps are needed to treat strokes if the user or their loved ones ever has one.
A systematic review of the use of apps and text messaging aimed at reducing cardiovascular disease risk found that these technologies have a positive effect on health promoting behaviors.
Instead of having televisions in patient rooms, we should have tablets. The tablets can be configured to play TV content, but only if the patient has completed a required set of learning activities.