11 Best Users apps for Android (Medical)
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Following is our list of the best users apps for Android. Trusted developers like Recode Health and TrayMinder LLC are known to create software that in theory will improve wellbeing and health. After extensive testing we've concluded that the best apps include Strive Benefits, TrayMinder Aligner Tracker, PointCare, .
1 Strive Benefits
STRIVE lets users track their benefits and healthcare and make better decisions.
The Strive Benefits app is designed to improve the employee experience. It offers personalized solutions tailored to your needs. The app helps you connect with your company and colleagues, and stay updated through a social feed. It also provides resources for professional and personal development. Additionally, the app centralizes access to your company programs and benefits, promoting individual unity, growth, and wellbeing. It aims to simplify your experience by being the only company app you need.
2 TrayMinder Aligner Tracker
Best App for Aligner Users
TrayMinder Aligner Tracker is an app designed by an orthodontist to help you stay on track with your clear aligners, like Invisalign or Clarity. It's like having a buddy to guide you towards achieving a perfect smile. The app allows you to track how long you wear your aligners each day and notifies you if you leave them out for too long. It also reminds you when it's time to switch to the next aligner. You can take teeth selfies to document your progress and easily share your data with your doctor. The app also includes a timer, calendar, and the ability to adjust your treatment plan.
PointCare provides clinical visit data to authorized users of the HCHB EMR
The PointCare app by Homecare Homebase is designed for authorized clinical users of the HCHB Electronic Medical Record solution. It provides fast and accurate access to all clinical information needed to complete patient visits in the home. With over 130,000 caregivers trusting PointCare, it offers the fastest synchronization times in the industry, with Start of Care visits syncing in under 2 minutes and other updates syncing in under 30 seconds. Caregivers can use either a tablet or phone, and the app works in a store and forward mode, so clinicians have access to the entire patient record even without a wireless signal. The app is compatible with a variety of handheld devices, offering increased productivity and job satisfaction.
The myBupa App helps users view and manage their Bupa accounts conveniently.
The myBupa app is a useful tool for managing your Bupa account. It is available in Chinese and English. With this app, you can file clinical claims using the eClaims Service, track the status of your claims, and view policy details and membership documents. You can also easily search for network doctors and clinics, add doctors to your favorites for quick access, find doctors near you, and locate clinics on a map with directions.
Sleep apnea-related motivation and assistance for users of Philips CPAPs
The DreamMapper app helps you achieve a better night's sleep with CPAP therapy. It keeps you informed about your therapy and equipment performance, such as mask fit and therapy hours. The app provides daily feedback and personalized treatment management with alerts and goals. It also offers informative videos and guides to answer your questions. You can receive notifications about your therapy and compatible equipment. The app is part of the Dream Family from Philips Respironics, which includes innovative sleep therapy technology like DreamWear, DreamStation, and DreamStation Go. The app requires certain permissions for Bluetooth communication, accessing stored images, taking pictures, and accessing the internet.
An app designed to identify objects for blind and visually impaired users
TapTapSee is an Android app designed to help blind and visually impaired people identify objects in their daily lives. With a simple double tap on the screen, users can take a photo of anything from any angle, and the app will speak the identification back to them (Talkback needs to be turned on for spoken identification). This app helps users become more independent by providing them with a way to identify objects on their own. Some main features of the app include a flash toggle, auto-focus notification, the ability to identify images from the camera roll, the option to repeat the last image identification, and the ability to share identifications via text, email, or social media.
7 First on Scene
119 can notify App users around the patient to provide CPR and use the AED.
The First on Scene app was created by the National Fire Agency to help save lives during cardiac arrest emergencies. When an emergency call is made, the app notifies nearby users who can provide immediate help before the ambulance arrives. Users can perform CPR and use an AED to increase the patient's chances of survival. By downloading the app and registering, users can become emergency rescue pioneers and contribute to raising the survival rate of cardiac arrest patients.
Communes users with Ayurvedic hospitals
ThinkAyurvedaFirst is an app that helps users find nearby Ayurvedic Doctors based on their health condition. It is developed by Omni Health Care Solutions PVT Ltd. This app is useful for people who prefer Ayurvedic treatment and want to easily locate doctors specializing in this field.
9 Fitness for Amputees
Exercises for prosthetic users. Your portable personal fitness trainer.
The Fitness for Amputees app is a mobile fitness trainer designed for leg and arm amputees. It offers a series of exercises developed by experienced physiotherapists specifically for amputees. The app includes modules for strengthening, coordination and balance, stretching and relaxation, as well as modules for arm and shoulder exercises. The app allows you to train offline and offers three levels of difficulty to adapt to your physical condition. You can track your progress with the statistics function and set reminders for your training sessions. The app also allows you to choose your own music during workouts. Overall, it is a useful tool for amputees to improve their strength, mobility, and overall fitness.
Load forecasts, personal Pollen Diary and Infos for allergic Users.
The Austrian Pollen Information Service provides a pollen forecast for the next three days in your region in cooperation with local and international institutions. Available for: Austria, Germany, France, and Spain. Other countries to follow soon.The service includes more than just pollen information (availability varies by region): Asthma weather, thunderstorm warnings, the personalised pollen forecast, displayed as a personal risk level, takes your pollen diary entries into account. Allergy symptoms can be documented and compared with the pollen
11 Mobile eLogbook
Mobile eLogbook for elogbook.org FHI Pan-Surgical Electronic Logbook users
The Mobile eLogbook app is designed to help you complete your logbook in partnership with elogbook.org FHI Pan-Surgical Electronic Logbook. Once you log in with your elogbook.org account, the app will synchronize with your account and retrieve all the necessary information like operation codes, hospital codes, favorite procedures, consultants, and hospitals. You can enter data offline without needing Wi-Fi or 3G connection, and the app will only require a connection when uploading data. The app allows you to upload data to your elogbook account, but it does not download patient data to your personal device to ensure data protection. The app supports various specialties and specialty-specific fields. It also automatically downloads favorite operations, hospitals, and consultants. The app offers features to simplify data entry, such as saving and adding another record for the same patient, duplicating existing records, entering age via age or date of birth, default settings for hospital, consultant, country, and operation date. The app ensures security and encryption with an encrypted PIN, and data is uploaded securely over a HTTPS connection.
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