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It’s amazing how quickly your Iphone can fill up with apps. But working in healthcare, what are the useful ones – and what ones do you actually use?
I have about 40 apps on my phone. I know that’s small potatoes. And most are pretty vanilla – FaceBook, Twitter, NPR, various sports, news and weather sites, Pandora and a couple of flashlight aps. But only four are health related – and only one (California Healthline, an app from the California HealthCare Foundation) that I’ve actually used.
I have Epocrates, iTriage and MyFitnessPal. But I’ve never established an account with them. At some point, they must have seemed a good idea but….
What am I missing? Am I missing anything? Maybe I’ll feel different when I can eventually access my medical records online. Maybe.