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New App Encourages Prenatal Yoga

New App Encourages Prenatal YogaLanding on the Apple iPad App Store today is a groundbreaking new mobile application for pregnant women looking to stay fit with yoga.

DailyBurn, an online health and fitness brand, is behind the first multiplatform prenatal yoga program. Called Beautiful Belly, it’s a standalone iPad app and yoga program specially designed to help expecting mothers stay on top of their health throughout their pregnancies.

Beautiful Belly expands on what DailyBurn calls its mission to provide quality workouts that fit into anyone’s schedule.
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UnitedHealthcare Debuts “Health4Me” Mobile App for iOS Devices, Coming Soon for Android

Health plan provider UnitedHealthcare has debuted a new mobile app for iOS devices called “Health4Me,” which provides 24/7 access to a registered nurse, a physician/hospital locator, and access to personal health benefits information among other features.

In addition, the new app features “Easy Connect” functionality that allows members to request a callback from a UnitedHealthcare service representative with a touch of  a screen.  Launched now for iOS devices, the new app will be out soon for Android as well.

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Intuit Health Debuts New Apps “Mobile Inbox” for Smartphones & “iPad Patient Check-In”

Following the acquisition of MedFusion over a year ago, Intuit has debuted its new mHealth-focused division aptly named “Intuit Health.”  As such, the company has announced its first two mobile applications geared towards the mHealth market.

The first of which, a smartphone application called “Mobile Inbox,” allows access for the over 4 million users of Intuit Health’s Patient Portal to communicate better with their physicians while on the go.  The app allows members to schedule appointments, retrieve lab results or pay their co-pay among other things.  The app is expected to be available in mid 2012.

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