AHA’s stroke recognition app should be prescribed by doctors to patient’s at risk of stroke.
Tag: patient app
Health app that financially incentivizes your patient’s to be healthy
An app designed to facilitate better patient-doctor communication
Recently I reviewed the Glucagon App by Eli Lilly, which sought to help patients and caregivers remember how to properly use a Glucagon Kit. What I found interesting at the time was the app had a reminder system in place to remind patients when they should practice again. Now, at the 2012 Annual Scientific Metting […]
Glucagon administration can be a complicated procedure for caregivers unfamiliar with the medication. Eli Lilly has created an app to help caregivers and providers learn the steps required to care for a patient with an hypoglycemic crisis requiring the use of Glucagon. This is accomplished via illustrated videos and interactive practice via the app.
Diabetes Buddy is a patient diary app developed to help record self monitored lab and vitals data in a mobile form.
AsthmaMD is a well-designed app for asthmatic patients to track their symptoms and peak flow measurements for better control of asthma symptoms.
The newest release by Orca Health may yet be their best. Heart Decide uses stunning animated 3dimensional visualization of a beating heart as a patient education tool. The app allows the user, whether contemplating an upcoming cardiac surgery or trying to understand their heart disorder, to virtually “slice” the heart and peer into into it […]
Ryan Panchadsaram, co-founder of Pipette, outlines his vision for empowering patients and clinicians to take control of the recovery process.
Discussion over the top 5 top medical apps of 2011 named by Apple’s editorial staff, with a description of each and links to iTunes
The UK’s National Health Service releases an iPhone app giving residents access to a symptom checker with follow-up recommendations, location services, and more.