PillTalk is an app that was created for healthcare professionals to have easy to access information about any medication their patient may be on.
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While there are plenty of medication adherence apps on the market, the issue of addressing the multiple forms of nonadherence are complicated. Developers need to address the multiple causes of nonadherence and work with clinicians and patients in developing apps to suit their needs for sustainable outcomes.
Monthly Prescribing Reference (MPR) is an Android app which allows quick access to OTC and prescription drug mongraphs, including interactions and side effects.
In lieu of the FDA’s recent inquiry into the uCheck urine analyzer app, it appears Apple might be tightening restrictions on medical app developers. It appears that a number of developers have struggled recently to get medical applications into the App Store with the reason below being cited. Below is the response developers have told […]
iPharmacy Drug Guide offers drug, medication, pill identification, and pharmacy information for both healthcare professionals and consumers.
Patient Centric App Review Series App Reviewed: My Pill — Birth Control Reminder v2.3 Last Updated: June 29, 2012 Compatibility: iPhone, iPad Requires: OS 4.0 Reviewed on: iPad Goals of app review: * Is this app capably designed to remind women to take their oral contraceptive daily (or use it for other birth control method […]
Keeping up on drug shortages can often be overwhelming for most practitioners. RxShortages is a app dedicated to keeping providers updated on current drug shortages in the US through information available from the FDA and ASHP.
Review of Pillboxie app whose purpose is to remind patients to take their medications, improving compliance which in turn should improve outcomes.
Pill Identification can represent a challenging but occasionally even life-saving endeavor for healthcare professionals, examples include: an ER physician diagnosing beta-blockade toxicity in a bradycardic patient or oral hypoglycemic toxicity in a seizing patient or parents discovering an unknown stray pill in their teenager’s belongings. Read how Pill Identifier Lite stacks up against similar free offerings from Epocrates and Lexi Comp.