Medical mobile applications (or "apps") are transforming clinical interactions as well as research processes. Medical mobile apps and clinical information apps, such as those shown below, have been shown to improve both clinical decision-making and patient outcomes by increasing access to point-of-care tools (Ventola CL. P&T 2014).
Mobile app development is doing more than changing the way providers and patients interact. Entirely new possibilities are opening up across the vast landscape of health care landscape in terms of quality improvement, continuing education, hiring, recordkeeping, billing and reimbursement, marketing, clinical research, transparency, data mining, and patient communication, to name just a few.
|Medical mobile apps||Clinical information apps|
|Disease Management Tools||Disease and Health Information|
|Appointment Scheduling||Lab Reference Values|
|Patient Monitoring||Medical Calculators|
|Data Collection and Retrieval of Health Records||Diagnostic Tools (Such as Flowcharts and Clinical Algorithms)|
|Lab Results||Drug Information|
|Remote Clinical Consulting and Collaboration||Risk Calculators|
We have developed our own successful medical mobile apps and cloud-based, mobile-friendly apps: Dementia Rx, Clot Rx, and Antibiotic Kinetics. We have also consulted with clients who are developing their own mobile apps.
Our programmers work with some of the most innovative information technology companies in the business and use the latest techniques to enhance the user experience with mobile devices.
As mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones become more commonplace in health care, research, and academic settings, the demand for high quality mobile app development will grow. We are excited about the possibilities.
Effective date: November 13, 2018
Insight Therapeutics, LLC ("us", "we", or "our") operates the ClotRx, DementiaRx, and Ab Kinetics mobile applications (the "Service").
Mobile apps are specifically designed to avoid collecting any personally identifiable information (PII), whether of end users, be they physicians or other medical personnel, or the patients they service. For the functions that do export information, e.g. the results of an interactive survey, no PII is attached except that manually entered by the administering physician, into e.g. an email message; Insight Therapeutics is not responsible for any insertion of PII by an end user medical personnel or patient, and these matters should be disclosed and discussed between patients and their providers at the time of use.
The apps do not collect analytics data, but may gather crash report data to help improve the app experience. Because of the design of the apps with regards to PII, it is not possible for this type of data to leak into crash reports, because it is simply never present. Apple may collect usage data, which is a user setting on end user devices, which we have no control over.
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