Birth to five developmental milestones app.
Ideas for a new health app
This application idea is to develop a stand alone mobile application for use on handheld devices for convenient bedside entry of physical observation data. Data would include: blood pressure, pulse, temperature, oxygen sats, blood sugar levels etc. - in short everything nurses regulalrly monitor in hospital settings - and beyond. The app would connect to the local clinical system/EPR/PAS and draw down the patient list... more »
Initiatives to bring care closer to home and keep patients within their own communities come at a cost. Their implementation mean that patients previously ill enough to be hospitalised are either cared for entirely within their communities, or discharged earlier than previously into those communities. Community teams more familiar with their current patient groups will be faced more complex and acutely unwell... more »
When you use your smart mobile phone in an emergency and dial 999 your location is automatically transmitted with your message. There should also be a facility to send a photo of the situation such as a road traffic accident where there may be multiple vehicles involved so that enough emergency services are mobilised.
A microbiology app.
Combine antimicrobial MIC data (now available via automated sensitivity testing machines) with sites of infection and PK/PD data to tailor an antibiotic prescription for an individual patient.
many symptoms of dysautonmia are not knowm by med prof. it is serious,has connections to endocrine probs which all too often are not recognised by the med. its trembling, adrenaline surges, tremours over stimualtion of the nervous system, and it is hell.
The liver epidemic needs patient education and involvement. This app empowers patients to understand risks, tests done by GPs and hospital. Death and hospitalisations due to liver disease are still rising exponentially in the UK. This is largely due to alcohol, but other factors such as fatty liver as part of the metabolic syndrome. Patients are keen and need to be involved in decisions involving their care in chronic... more »
App provides instruction/pictures/videos of exercises and physio/practitioner cam prescribe exercises.
Providing good quality health content to citizens has many benefits, similarly providing a secure space to store your wellbeing and health information also provides many benefits. However, the combination of both is what will drive health behavioral change and drive better health outcomes for patients and citizens. This free app combines the rich content and scorecard data of NHS Choices with patient record (including... more »
Map / app to help patients and visitors find their way round their local hospital, using GPS
gps linked map to help people find their nearest walk in centre - woudl avoid many aa&e attendances
a CALCULATOR TO TELL USERS HOW MANY ACALORIES THERE ARE IN THEIR FAVOUTITE DRINK
Our idea for an app is the contraception choice app. It stems from the desire to establish a society where everyone can make informed choices about sex, relationships and reproduction based on accurate and non-judgemental information. From the team of experts who brought you the first ever contraception choice web-tool, we are proposing to develop an app which is part of a multi-channel digital approach to delivering... more »
My favourite idea for an app is one that will help consumers find a food establishment that offers healthy options. The Food Standards Agency runs a food hygiene rating scheme to help consumers find a restaurant that has good food hygiene ratings, but there is nothing to help them find restaurants that offer healthy options. In Surrey we run a healthy eating scheme for caterers called Eat Out Eat Well. The Healthy... more »
This app is intended to provide a self-reflective tool for everyday concerns; it could also be used as an aid to counselling or psychotherapy. It is derived from an activity that some psychologists used with their patients in the 1960's. It works on the therapeutic principle that if you can listen to your spoken thoughts and feelings, it enables you to (a) understand (b) clarify and (c) process them more effectively.... more »