CVS Pharmacy announced that it has developed Spoken Rx, a new feature of the CVS Pharmacy app that can read a specific type of label for patients with visual impairments and those who cannot read standard print labels. Spoken Rx is the first in-app prescription reader application to be developed by a national retail pharmacy.
Sensely, a digital health company with operations in both London and San Francisco, announced initial results of its popular virtual health assistant app, Ask NHS.
Emma Yang, founder of the Timeless app which assists people with Alzheimer’s with day to day aspects of living, wins the Women Startup Challenge award at the annual Women Who Tech pitch competition.
It’s summertime and this week’s Friday Five provides you with a list of apps that will help you make the best of the warm weather, bright sunshine, balmy nights, and gatherings with friends.
Stamford Health announced that the Stamford Health Find My Way application has been downloaded nearly than 1,500 times. This mobile application not only helps patients and visitors navigate to the new Stamford Hospital, but also helps them quickly find and locate their final destination inside the hospital.
Four organizations announced they are forming a new, multi-stakeholder collaboration, Xcertia, dedicated to improving the quality, safety, and effectiveness of mobile health apps. The initial supporters of the collaboration include the AHA, the AMA, DHX Group, and HIMSS.
The American Heart Association (@American_Heart) recommends healthy eating, weight management, and physical activity to help prevent heart disease. MyFitnessPal can help you with your journey on the road to #hearthealth.