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Mobile App News: Pilates Metrics Tapped by Google For Entrepreneurs

Pilates Metrics has been invited to the Google For Entrepreneurs mentorship program.

“It’s an honor to be chosen,” says Pilates Metrics founder Joseph Quinn. “Google mentors are helping us set and achieve goals. It’s a master course in strategic development.”

If you’re not familiar, Pilates Metrics is a technology platform and mobile app for the 20M+ worldwide Pilates practitioners to track, chart, and share their progress.

The app automatically converts Pilates sessions into anatomical and biomechanical stats, graphs, and charts and aggregates totals over time.
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Virginia Health Care Foundation Launches New Mobile App

mHealth News Here’s What Happened This WeekWith the financial support of Owens & Minor, Inc., the Virginia Health Care Foundation (VHCF) has just launched what we’re told is a “ground-breaking, easy to use, mobile application for its web-based software, The Pharmacy Connection (TPC).”

The offering “expedites access to low or no-cost prescription medicines for uninsured Virginians.”

Created by VHCF, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving access to primary care for uninsured and medically underserved Virginians, this app helps doctors, who treat healthcare safety net patients, quickly identify and prescribe free or low-cost medications for chronically ill, uninsured individuals throughout Virginia and in 14 other states.
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TELUS Donates Youth-Focused Mental Health App to the CMHA

videoThis week, at the Healthy Minds Health Campuses Summit in Vancouver, TELUS announced the donation of its new iOS mindfulness app, thinkFull.

The app in question, MHW has learned, is being donated to the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) BC Division.

thinkFull is a “stress management app” aimed at improving the mental health of young adults by helping them monitor and develop coping strategies to manage stress levels.
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Brain Checkup App Expected to Turn Heads During Brain Awareness Week

Brain Checkup App Expected to Turn Heads During Brain Awareness WeekRC21X is ringing in Brain Awareness Week by making its new brain performance monitoring app Roberto available as a free download via the App Store, GooglePlay and Amazon or at www.robertoapp.com.

“This groundbreaking app takes about 6 minutes to complete and provides trending reports that can be shared with family members, physicians, coaches, trainers and more,” reads a provided statement.

Brain Awareness Week (BAW), March 13-19, is a “global celebration of the brain organized by the New York City-based Dana Foundation.”
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Compass Professional Health Services Announces Health Pro Cloud App

Compass Professional Health Services Announces Health Pro Cloud AppmHealthWatch learned Thursday that healthcare technology and consulting company Compass Professional Health Services have introduced the Compass Health Pro Cloud mobile app.

The new app provides a “next-generation digital healthcare experience that personalizes and simplifies healthcare for employees and puts Compass’ healthcare navigation expertise in the palm of employees’ hands.”

“Compass set the standard for creating a premier health benefits experience with our Health Pro® consultants. Now, we’re simplifying healthcare again,” said Scott Schoenvogel, CEO of Compass Professional Health Services. “With the Compass Health Pro Cloud app, we’re making it even easier for our members to get the healthcare answers they need, whenever they need them.”

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Bay Area NGO Releases New App Empowering Iranian Women

Report Cerner clients test SMART on FHIR apps within EHRThis week, United for Iran, a Bay-Area NGO working to promote civil liberties and civil society in Iran, announced the release of Hamdam, the second app to come out of the organization’s app incubation project, the IranCubator.

Hamdam is billed as being a “groundbreaking mobile app that serves as a one-stop-shop for information related to the reproductive and legal rights of Iranian women.”

Not only does the app empower women to track their menstrual calendar (based on the Persian Jalali Calendar) and sexual health including STD and contraceptive methods information, it also helps them navigate Iran’s discriminatory legal structures with information oriented to empower their lives.

Hamdam provides a database with “easy to understand language regarding marriage laws and how women can tackle issues related to employment, education, divorce and division of assets.”
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NC Company Touts New Telehealth Platform and Mobile App

Emanate Wireless Upgrades PowerPath TempFor a health care technology company that experienced 69 percent revenue growth in 2016, a new website – www.1800md.com – should only improve access to quality medical care 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year for its members.

That’s the announcement shared with MHW ahead of the weekend from executives of 1.800MD LLC. The company is talking up its freshly launched and easy-to-navigate telehealth platform making access simple and more efficient for individuals, families, employers and groups.

The Charlotte-based business has board-certified physicians in all 50 states who can diagnose and treat common ailments through the convenience of a telephone or digital communications. In the last year, the company’s telehealth consultations grew by 135 percent along with a 75 percent increase in client base.
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