U.S. Navy Sails into mHealth App Market

U.S. Navy Sails into mHealth App Market   US Navy mobile health application mHealth app mHealth According to MedCity News, the U.S. Navy has recently launched an Anatomy Study Guide App that aims to help aspiring medical students.

The Navy’s ad agency, Lowe Campell Ewald, designed the app “that will serve as a relevant tool to help students with their studies and remind them that the U.S. Navy supports their goals.”

The app features a 3-D functionality with interactive diagrams of the muscular, vascular, and skeletal systems, as well as of the heart, skull, brain, and more. It has testing, note-taking, and sharing functionality as well as pre-loaded U.S. Navy healthcare content which includes links to more information and options on how to receive financial support for schooling.

The Navy hopes that the app will bring it to “the forefront of medical career paths and be a reference guide for those enrolled in med schools, those already practicing in healthcare and for those who are considering the profession.”

The free app is available for both iPhones and Droids.

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