The PAH Toolkit is an interactive educational resource for healthcare professionals on two of the most common ways to screen for and diagnose pulmonary arterial hypertension. The Toolkit includes comparative echocardiograms between patients with PAH and those with common cardiac diseases and an interactive right heart catheterization, as well as information on diagnosis, screenings, treatment goals, and more. If you are a patient, we encourage you to discuss this app and its contents with your personal physician.
Your single source of reliable and current drug coverage and restriction information. Need to know if that drug is covered? Plan Features Over 6,500 health plans representing over 98% of U.S. insured lives Search commercial, Medicare Part D, State & Managed Medicaid and health exchange plans Includes comprehensive set of Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBM) and health plans Drill down to the plan level to view detailed coverage information Review in-depth restriction criteria for an initial group of Payers and PBMs that are working with MMIT View differences in coverage across various forms and strengths of drugs Save frequently accessed plans to your Favorites listDrug Features View drug access across location and channel by percent of covered lives Search coverage information by various forms of a drug Quickly lookup alternative drugs coverage information Save frequently accessed products to your Favorites listSearch Features Enable Location Services to populate your plan list automatically Quickly search by health plan or PBM name Sort results by health plan name, covered lives, or formulary status
Decision Resources Group maintains the highest quality and most comprehensive, integrated database of formulary information in the United States, covering virtually all plans, in all segments: commercial, Medicare, Medicaid, PBM, Health Exchange, Employers and more. Our services allow pharmaceutical executives, including brand teams and sales professionals, to leverage managed care formulary information as a significant and competitive advantage. Enhanced personalization Advanced features include ability to store My Plans and My Drugs for quick reference.
Indeterminate lung nodules are frequently discovered on CT imaging - either during low-dose lung cancer screening or incidentally of CT studies obtained for other reasons. The most up-to-date guidelines for managing lung nodules discovered during lung screening and incidentally discovered lung nodules are elegantly integrated in this app, in addition to convenient tool for estimating the malignancy risk for any lung nodule. This app was developed as a public service by two academic cardiothoracic radiologists and recognized medical educators, and is provided free of charge and free of advertising to the medical community.
Cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death and disease in the developed world, and is increasing at an astonishing rate in low and middle income countries due to unhealthy shifts in diet and activity patterns, high rates of smoking, and other risk factors. Although prevention is the best treatment, early intervention and appropriate management of cardiovascular disease leads to far better outcomes, improved quality of life and decreased mortality. Some of the topics covered in the new Cardiology pocket app include the following: The presentation, diagnosis and differential diagnosis of common conditions such as chest pain, hypertension, dyspnea, syncope, dizziness, arrhythmias, edema, cyanosis and more Information on common diagnostic procedures including ECG, heart auscultation, exercise stress testing, cardiac catheterization, pacemaker testing, and tilt-table testing The use and interpretation of common imaging techniques including chest radiography, echocardiography, angiography, CT, MRI and PET The diagnosis and management of angina, STEMI, unstable angina/NSTEMI and acute coronary syndrome (ACS) based on the latest practice guidelines from leading organizations such as the ACC/AHA Diagnosis and management of arrhythmias including atrial fibrillation, tachycardias and heart blocks Information on the diagnosis and management of heart failure Key guidelines on the diagnosis and management of hypertension including JNC 7 guidelines and recommendations Additional topics such as inflammatory heart and vascular diseases, cardiomyopathies, diabetic heart disease, diseases of the large vessels (eg, aortic aneurysms and dissections, PAD, carotid and renal artery stenosis) The prevention, diagnosis and management of thromboembolic disease including DVT, pulmonary embolism, stroke, HIT, and thromboembolism in Afib and valvular disease Guidelines for preoperative cardiac evaluation prior to non-cardiac surgery Drug administration information for drug classes commonly used in cardiology including vasoactive agents, beta-blockers, ACE inhibitors, ARBs, renin inhibitors, CCBs, diuretics, antiarrhythmics, nitrates, antilipidemics, and more The normal values and interpretation of common laboratory values used in cardiology and cardiovascular medicine Common abbreviations and other useful resources
The Nutrition Hypertension helps the patients to self-manage Hypertension trough nutrition, using interactive tools. This app gives the patient important information regarding the most common doubts about nutrition for patients with this condition in an understandable way. This patient education application provides patients and Health Care Practitioners with easy to access information on Hypertension management.
The Aplastic Anemia & MDS International Foundation (AA&MDSIF) developed this iPad app as an educational resource for clinicians and patients. Clinicians can use the What is MDS? AA&MDSIF is a patient-focused, patient-centered organization, serving patients and families throughout the three phases of bone marrow failure diseases: -the life changing phase of diagnosis -the life threatening phase of treatment -the lifelong phase of living with a chronic disease
My Resource Search is a free, easy to use, smart finder tool for on-the-go healthcare, financial and insurance help by the nations leading patient organization Patient Advocate Foundation. Harnessing the power of the National Uninsured and Underinsured Resource Directories, My Resource Search allows both insured and uninsured patients the ability to quickly identify the community, national and charity programs that can assist in their healthcare needs. My Resource Search is for patients in all states facing a challenging medical diagnosis.
Developed by Mechanisms in Medicine Inc. for the National Pancreas Foundation. The Pancreas 101 App is an evidence-based resource that provides easy-to-understand and expert-approved animations to help patients discuss key issues with their healthcare provider and make important decisions related to management and treatment of pancreatic diseases. Our medical animations explain complex science fundamental to the understanding of disease, prevention and treatment options in order to educate, engage and inspire.
Prostate Cancer Counselor is an interactive tool that lets you personalize education and information for newly diagnosed prostate cancer patients. Through patient-friendly screens and advanced interactive tools, you can help those patients better understand their diagnosis and treatment to make an informed decision on their course of therapy. Details:Facts about prostate cancer Indicators like PSA and Gleason scores Treatment options Lifestyle Tools Helps guide patients on approaches to help manage their cancer and treatment- related side effects Patient Resources Provides additional patient assets for post-appointment Email Capability Convenient function enables you to send screens directly to your patient for their files
The BAUS Emergency Urology App is exclusively intended for download and educational use by medical students and registered medical or healthcare practitioners involved in the emergency management of urological patients. The App aims to give the user a structured approach to the initial management, investigation, diagnosis and subsequent treatment of a wide range of common urological emergencies. The patient images in the App are anonymous and all patients have consented for their images to be used for medical educational purposes.
The Dermatology Patient Pathways provide an accessible resource intended to support Primary Care practitioners in Scotland in the diagnosis and management of patients presenting with common skin conditions. A brief illustrated description of each skin condition is followed by treatment recommendations and links to sources of additional information for both doctor and patient. Criteria for referral to Dermatology are included, highlighting red-flag presentations that merit expedited referral, or identifying certain treatments can only be initiated in Secondary Care.
The Gore MD Plan is a patient education tool for healthcare providers to easily illustrate and communicate cardiovascular etiologies, such as:Abdominal aortic aneurysmThoracic etiologiesPeripheral arterial diseaseEnd-stage renal diseasePortal hypertensionCongenital heart defectsKey Features:Personalize your patients experience by sketching a representation of their pathologyShare simple-to-understand videos to discuss with your patientProvide an email or printed copy of your consultation with your patientEmail and print copies can be personalized to include your office information by selecting the setting tool and clicking MD Plan IconWhats New in this Version:oUpdated congenital heart defects section
The ABCs of Medical Management of Stones App is an interactive tool designed to help simplify the complexities of managing kidney stone disease. Using a simple, step-by-step approach for the diagnosis and prevention of nephrolithiasis, the App guides you through patient screening and evaluation and provides treatment recommendations based on the consensus of the expert physician authors. Supported by Mission Pharmacal Company.
Encyclopedia: Human Diseases and ConditionsThis app is a health reference about a wide variety of diseases and conditions, nutrition and dietary practices, treatments and drugs, as well as other issues associated with general health. It offers current and accurate information on approximately 450 diseases and conditions. Typical headings include:- What is the disease/condition?- How common is the disease/condition?- Is the disease/condition contagious?- How do people know they have the disease/condition?- How do doctors diagnose and treat the disease/condition (with subheads Diagnosis, Treatment, Complications if needed)?- Can the disease/condition be prevented?
Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation is the latest addition to the 5 star rated Clinical Pattern Recognition suite of apps by PhysioU. This app is designed by professors and clinical specialists to help students/clinicians recognize common cardiopulmonary conditions by viewing patient videos and learning about signs/symptoms. This app will help develop your clinical reasoning Features:- Patient videos describing their condition- Subjective exam videos and explanations- How to do an appropriate chart review- Technique videos of key examination techniques- High definition videos of interventions and exercises- Patient educationThis app is designed for anyone in the medical fields working with patients that have the following conditions:- Myocardial infarction- Cardiomyopathies- Pulmonary fibrosis- Congestive heart failure- Angina- Coronary artery bypass graft (CABG)- Intermittent claudication- Cystic fibrosis- Chronic obstructive lung disease- Interstitial pulmonary fibrosis- Restrictive lung dysfunction from spinal cord injuryThis app is designed for rehabilitation and medical professionals including:- Physician- Physical therapists- Physical therapy assistants- Respiratory therapists- Osteopathic physicians- Chiropractors- Nurses
The FH Foundation aims to further the understanding, diagnosis and treatment of familial hypercholesterolemia (FH). FH is the most common genetic disorder that causes early heart disease. This app includes support for running the FH diagnostic criteria, as well as resources for both healthcare providers and individuals living with FH.
This application provides patients a simplified, trusted resource for self-education. BCG (i.e., Bacillus Calmette-Guerin) is the recommended course of treatment for intermediate and high-risk bladder cancer patients, however, this treatment is associated with high toxicity, and compliance with treatment and follow-up recommendations may vary depending on several patient-specific factors. It has been simplified to a highly-visual, interactive tool, at a sixth-grade reading level.
The Heart Voyager Apps are a series of tablet-based heart model apps that are in development to fill the need for interactive, educational tools for both patients and healthcare providers. The focus the Heart Voyager series will be on structural heart disease and associated interventions presented in a module-based format. This module is a free initial offering for this series and is comprised of a 3D heart model, derived from cardiac CT imaging, with labels for basic anatomical features.
iHab is a prescription-based home exercise program. You and your healthcare provider can prescribe, monitor, and track home exercise programs specifically designed to aid with your recovery process. YOU MUST BE A REGISTERED PATIENT TO SIGN INTO IHAB Benefits include:* Easy to access home exercise videos* Better communication with healthcare providers* A fun and interactive game-like experience* Improved patient outcomes* Increases compliance with prescribed exercisesFeatures include:* Fully customizable exercise programs* Large library of physician-approved exercises* Real-time compliance monitoring for patients and providers* Interactive companion guide* Latest innovation in telemedicine for patients and providers