Tag Archives: Mobile app

Shopping for Insurance? We’ve Got You Covered

Is my prescription covered? What’s my copay? Choosing a health insurance plan that gets you the most bang for your buck is daunting. For many, medication price and coverage is a crucial decision factor. Meanwhile, drug prices vary under different … Continue reading

Massive Health launches its first app

Much talked about San Francisco-based startup Massive Health launched its first application today, an iPhone app called The Eatery that has users take pictures of their food to track their eating habits. The app relies on recording pictures rather than … Continue reading

A patient’s needs drives WellApps social expansion

Things have been busy at WellApps since the startup won our Health 2.0 NYC Chapter “Connect, Create, Cure” Shark Tank event back in January. This week the company announced the launch of Socialize, the latest addition to its GI Monitor … Continue reading

Numbers: iTriage is making progress

We first saw provider search tool iTriage a while back and had Healthagen co-founder and CEO Dr. Peter Hudson demo it at Health 2.0 last year. Hudson helped to design the free mobile app, referencing his own experience as an … Continue reading

Epocrates–in time for EHR madness?

Epocrates made available a first-phase version of its electronic health record this month. The company, which specializes in developing point-of-care mobile reference applications, is aiming the new product at practices of ten or fewer physicians. The move to the EHR … Continue reading