Discussion in 'Android Tablet Apps' started by Purple_Star, May 1, 2018.
Are there any healthcare apps? How effective are they and which ones can you recommend me?
It would probably depend on what you want out of one.
I use a diabetes tracker app to keep track of my blood sugar, but my meter basically stores the same information.
Yes, there are rather many of them, however this sphere is still developing and I suppose that in future there will be a much greater amount of them, also with a better quality. They're used now for many purposes, the main one is checking various aspects of your body state, like pulse, weight and so on, such type of these apps is the most popular among average users. There are also special ones for getting patients to the right specialists, providing an easier access to patient portal idapgroup.com/blog/healthcare-mobile-app-development-future-hospital/ , losing weight and so on. In which certain ones are you interested?
In case of Android in general I can recommend you CareZone, Doctor on Demand, Epocrates, mySugr, Weather Underground and so on. All of them are rather simple for using and aren't very expensive.
There are a lot of healthcare app
I would like to suggest mobile app like Medscape, Doximity, MDcalc (for Android and iOS)
I really prefer application which is supported by both Android & iOS, because I have different devices. And if you can use 1 account for all -that's great
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