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Mobile computing devices
September/October 2018 Issue
Six Mobile Apps to Get Patients Started Exercising [SPPACES: App Reviews]
Patients have many reasons for not being active. These apps can help push past some of those obstacles.
These apps can help you and your patients more effectively manage their acute and chronic pain.
Recommend these apps for patients interested in incorporating mindfulness into their care plan.
March/April 2018 Issue
Five Mobile Apps to Help Patients With Anxiety and Depression [SPPACES: App Reviews]
When patients need some assistance coping with mental distress, consider these apps.
Recommend these mobile apps to patients as a way to reinforce recommended lifestyle changes.
These mobile apps can help physicians and patients with treatment recommendations, treatment adherence, and smoking cessation.
From keeping up with preventive service recommendations to comparing prescription costs, these mobile apps can make routine tasks a little easier.
The MyMedSchedule Mobile app enables patients to take an active role in managing their medications through setting reminders.
The Blood Glucose Tracker app enables patients who have diabetes to quickly and easily track their blood glucose.
MyFitnessPal allows users to track calories, monitor progress toward weight-management goals, and gain support from an online community.