6 recently launched mHealth apps

The following mHealth app launches were reported within the past two weeks.

1. Axial Exchange launched a new release of its mobile engagement app that aggregates health content and tools for patients and allows them to communicate with physicians.

2. Aperek launched Pulse in its beta phase, which uses voice recognition software to allow physicians to catalog implants into the electronic health record by dictation directly at the point of care.

3. Elsevier launched the Elsevier Clinical Documentation Improve Reference App, which physicians and clinical documentation specialists can use to assist clinical documentation in the EHR. The app uses ICD-10 coding requirements and helps clinicians find specific clinical terms for diagnoses.

4. MicroMass Communication's pre-launched an app to determine its effectiveness in helping patients with type 2 diabetes manage the disease.

5. The American Thyroid Association launched its first-ever app, a calculator that takes patient values and compares them with values over time for patients with thyroid cancer.

6. Allscripts launched Allscripts Wand, an app specifically for Windows 8.1 devices that allows healthcare providers to review their daily schedules, look at patients chart and record medical notes, among other EHR-related features.

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