Heal unifies data from house calls with existing medical records through Health Records on iPhone to provide a more contextualized form of care.
Called Beam, it lets small practices easily bill insurance for the virtual care they deliver, as well as attract and retain busy patients.
The experience features trainer-led audio, curated playlists, and visual cues to help users keep their bodies moving and heads in the game.
The app allows surgeons and hospital personnel to request and track the emergency delivery of Xenco Medical's sterile-packaged spinal systems.
Available on the web and as a mobile app, the tool allows members to keep list of medication in one convenient, easy-to-access location.
The company's first smartwatch is getting better with the day, with a bunch of new health-related apps being announced.
Called Penn Life Gained, it helps patients on the journey before and after bariatric surgery to track healthy behaviors and communicate with care team.
The number of mHealth apps have nearly doubled since 2015; 318,500 now available with roughly 200 new apps added daily to top app stores.
Over 2,400 mHealth app developers and healthcare professionals shared market and business insights, and contributed to Research2Guidance's annual report.
Called MyGeneRank, the app allows users with genetic data from 23andMe to obtain an estimated genetic risk score for coronary artery disease.