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Birth Control App Launches in Michigan


Nurx, makers of a birth control app, are offering new users up to two months of free birth control with the promo code ‘MICHIGAN’ today until June 30th.

We’re told that the telemedicine startup and mobile health platform makes birth control and PrEP (HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis) more accessible to everyone through an app.

New users will receive a $30 credit, which equates to up to two months of free birth control with the promo code. After choosing their birth control type and brand, users answer a few questions and enter their shipping and insurance information for a licensed physician to review. Once the review is complete, the doctor will issue and fill the prescription, which will be delivered to their home at no additional cost.

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How Podcasts Are Shaping the Future of Healthcare Technology


How Podcasts Are Shaping  the Future of Healthcare TechnologyWhere there’s education, there’s innovation.

In the realm of modern healthcare technology, the more that’s known of cutting-edge wireless technologies, the faster new solutions for mHealth and telemedicine will be devised and introduced to market.

With the hopes of spurring local interest, understanding, and discussion in all things wireless and mobile, The Mobile Technology Association of Michigan (MTAM) is launching a weekly audio broadcast called Michigan Mobile Musings, hosted on BlogTalkRadio.

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Pioneering Medicaid Mobile App Makes Headway in Michigan


Pioneering Medicaid Mobile App Makes Headway in MichiganThe Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) and CNSI recently launched an interactive mobile application called myHealthButton (myHB).

The app is being rolled out in conjunction with a corresponding online portal, myHealthPortal (myHP), which is designed to “promote connectivity between patients and providers.”

Accord to details shared with mHealthWatch, these resources let patients access their medical information remotely in a real-time environment.
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