The Engage app allows patients to monitor their INR remotely using coagulation measurement tools and send the results directly to their clinician.
This month’s mobile health and apps news in brief features the launch of the UK’s very first domestic violence app, which has been designed to provide help and support for victims.
May’s mobile health and apps round up features an app that helps stroke patients get quicker access to the right care at the right place, and new research suggesting the number of UK adults using health apps is on the rise.
A “WhatsApp-style” instant messaging service will be trialled within the NHS as part of attempts to improve communications between care teams and reduce reliance on outdated or unsafe technology.
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A year after NHS services across the West Midlands began trialling a virtual health assistant app, an alliance of CCGs has said it has seen positive results.
April’s mobile health and apps round up features news that personal details of around 150 million MyFitnessPal users have been compromised, plus a Finnish university claiming it has developed an app that can help users monitor their risk of having a stroke.
The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (RCPI) has launched a new mobile app designed to help trainee clinicians stay on top of training.
New mobile software designed to help clinicians better monitor and manage pain levels has moved to service evaluation stage in selected NHS trusts in England.
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NHS Digital and NHS England are inviting developers to submit their applications in a bid to expand the apps library, which aims to signpost trusted digital tools for patients to manage and improve their health and wellbeing.