Your favourite existing health app

Do you use a health app regularly or have found one particularly helpful? Tell everyone here about your favourite app, and why you think it is great. Your favourite app could be for helping patients, or for exercise, or, if you are a health professional, an app that helps you in your work.

Your favourite existing health app

Kinesis - GP referrals and more

This is a great application, piloted by NHS East of England, that allows GPs to find and communicate with Consultants as an alternative to referring the patient to secondary care. It includes 'Presence' which indicates who is online, Instant Messaging, a 'Buddy list', search based on specialty, location, special interests and more. Most importantly it also allows the conversatoin to be raised to a Conferral, which can... more »

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14 votes
16 up votes
2 down votes

Your favourite existing health app

NHS Reference - IC.NHS.UK

A handy, all-in-one NHS Informatics reference app, perfect for Clinicians, Clinical Coders, Information Analysts, NHS managers and Finance Staff.Features:ICD-10OPCS-4.5HRG4Generate a HRG from any ICD or OPCS code!2010/11 HRG4 Grouper (Code-to-Group) Reference2010/11 PbR (including Tariffs and Exclusions)Treatment Function Specialty CodesMain Specialty CodesData Dictionary (31 field items for APC, OPA and A&E).NHS Provider... more »

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4 votes
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Your favourite existing health app

HPC Register on the go

check that your health professional is registered on the iphone. The Health Professions Council is the first UK health and care regulator to launch a brand new free mobile app into ITunes and the online App store. You can check the online register on the go learn more about how to raise a concern about a health professional The app is ideal for anyone who wants to check the person they are seeing is a registered professional.... more »

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2 votes
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Your favourite existing health app

Signs and Symptoms of Cancer - the importance of early detection

The app helps people find out about all the possible warning signs and symptoms of cancer, and encourages them to get checked out as soon as they notice any unusual changes in their bodies.This is important as many people put off seeing the doctor, thinking they'll waste the GP's time The app features an interactive anatomical map of cancer ‘hotspots’, and includes video content featuring doctors’ advice and real-life... more »

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55 votes
68 up votes
13 down votes

Your favourite existing health app

iBreastCheck

iBreastCheck by Breakthrough Breast Cancer - vital issue, practical tool that shows how to check for breast cancer symptoms, gives really practical reminders and allows users to take their own risk factor test. Highly recommend all women (and men) should have this vital app.

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43 votes
54 up votes
11 down votes

Your favourite existing health app

my fitness pal

this is available online and as an app on the iphone and android system, You can log all personal details, then input a daily food diary (also scan the barcodes on food packaging) log CV and Strength exercises and add in your own recipes. link with friends for additional support and map your progress

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9 votes
11 up votes
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Your favourite existing health app

nhs choices BMI healthy Weight calculator

This is a new offical NHS app lauched today that measures BMI. It works on adults and children (over 2) and is the only app that uses the DoH official measurement system. Measure and track families BMI, Set weight loss goals and get tips and advice. One off feature to check a friends or patients BMI and uses the the same calculation as the NCMP. Ability to password protect data.

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2 votes
2 up votes
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Your favourite existing health app

iOrtho+

Existing android app costs £9.29, gets excellent reviews. Its a "mobile comprehensive reference of 170 orthopaedic special tests and 88 joint mobilisation techniques developed from advanced, evidence-based clinical practice. produces high quality photos with stabilisation indicators... concise descriptions, statistical data, and links to full abstracts..."

 

Could also be developed to speed up diagnosis.

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-1 votes
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Your favourite existing health app

NHS Coventry Get the Right Treatment app

In 2010, NHS Coventry launched a smartphone app which supported the Get the Right Treatment campaign. The app uses data from NHS Choices to give the user the locations of their nearest GP, pharmacy and Walk-in Centre from their current position. An update was launched earlier this year which included information and directions to the various sexual health services in the city. As of June 2011, the app had been downloaded... more »

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21 votes
28 up votes
7 down votes

Your favourite existing health app

Carbs&Cals

Carbs&Cals is both a book and an app written by a Specialist Dietitian and a Photographic Artist. It contains clear photographs of typical foods listing both the Calorie and Carbohydrate content. This great app is particularly useful for people with Type 1 Diabetes who adjust their insulin according to their carbohydrate intake and also for people who are watching their calorie intake. It also comes with a food diary... more »

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3 votes
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Your favourite existing health app

BipolApp - effective symptom monitoring for bipolar disorder

We have developed and are currently testing an App for Android and iPhone called "BipolApp" which allows individuals with bipolar disorder to monitor their symptoms daily. They can also nominate a family member, carer or health professional to view their symptom data online. We plan to link this with a web-based psycoeducation programme for bipolar disorder called Beating Bipolar www.beatingbipolar.org and (after testing)... more »

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4 votes
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