This app is part of an exciting new program to use the iPhone to help VAD (Ventricular Assist Device) patients manage their daily VAD care outside of their cardiologists office. The VADable study uses a mobile application built for VAD patients, patient designated caregivers, and the medical team. ResearchKit is a framework that offers core modules that include a survey engine, visual consent flow, and active tasks.
The updated ASCVD Risk Estimator Plus uses recent science and user feedback to help a clinician and patient build a customized plan to prevent heart disease and stroke together by estimating and monitoring change in 10-year ASCVD risk. Use the app to: Estimate a patients initial 10-year ASCVD risk using the pooled cohort equation Receive an individualized, risk-based, intervention approach Project the impact of specific interventions on a patients risk Guide clinician-patient discussion around customizing an intervention plan Update risk at follow-up based on a patients response to therapy using the Million Hearts Longitudinal modelAdvice from the app is derived from the 2013 ACC/AHA 2013 Guideline on the Treatment of Blood Cholesterol to Reduce ASCVD Risk and the 2016 Million Hearts Longitudinal ASCVD Risk Assessment Tool user guide. Therapeutic options should be determined after discussion between the patient and their care provider.
Autism & Beyond is a groundbreaking new study of childhood mental health powered by Apples ResearchKit. The study aims to test new video technology that can analyze a childs emotion and behavior. Maintaining your privacy is our priority.
How can we together better manage the symptoms of Parkinson disease?Living with Parkinson disease means coping with symptoms that change daily. Yet these daily changes are not tracked frequently enough. Please check your spam folder if you do not receive it.
Apples new ResearchKit allows you to participate in important medical research studies easily through your iPhone. Stanford Medicine invites you to join the MyHeart Counts study to improve our understanding of heart health. Key Features:Record and track your: Physical activity through your iPhone or a Apple Health App-linked device Fitness level, if you are able, through a 6 minute walk test Risk score for heart disease or stroke, and your corresponding heart ageReceive reminders and notifications about: Your activity and sleep Surveys on Physical Activity Readiness and other health factors Entering blood pressure and cholesterol levels to calculate your risk scoreGet educated: Learn about your activity level and walking fitness Learn about your risk factors and how to improve Links to learn about heart disease and stroke and the American Heart Associations Lifes Simple 7 guide to heart healthEligibility:To join the Stanford MyHeart Counts research study on heart health, you need to: Be 18 or older Reside within the United States, United Kingdom or Hong Kong Be able to read and understand EnglishInstall the app today and learn about your heart, help research, and join together in the fight to stop heart disease Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
Mayo Clinic Well-Being is an innovative cancer study built on Apples ResearchKit framework. This study aims to uncover novel ways of measuring the emotional and physical well-being of cancer patients, using technologies in their pockets and on their wrists. Eligibility:The 300 participants in this study are adults with lymphoma, multiple myeloma, brain, breast or pancreatic cancer who are current patients at the Mayo Clinic Hematology and Medical Oncology outpatient practice in Rochester, Minn. No additional study participants are being accepted at this time.
The AdvancedMDs Patient Kiosk and Front Office apps work together to save time with patient check-in and reduce the number of paper documents in the patients chart, while completely integrating with AdvancedMDs PM and EHR.Your practices office staff uses the Advanced Front Office app to enter and manage patient information, select documents for a patient, and assign the patient to a patient kiosk check-in device such as an iPad. Patients use the Patient Kiosk Check-in app to securely read, edit, and sign personal information and documents that will be automatically added to their chart in PM and EHR. Viewing todays appointments and create new appointments Searching for patients Viewing patient photos and demographic information Adding new patients or edit existing patient information Scanning insurance cards Scanning the PDF417 bar code on drivers licenses to automatically add patient demographic information Assigning patient history and consent forms to a patient Assigning a patient to a mobile kiosk device where they can securely complete their information and sign documents
Have you ever sat in a doctors office feeling apprehensive, overwhelmed by information and uncertain about what questions to ask? Have you walked out of the doctors office having forgotten something the doctor said and regretting what questions you didnt ask?Youre not alone. Features:*Key Reminders - offer important points to remember about doctor visits, diagnostic tests, hospital stays and more*Checklists - interactive checklists guide patients on what questions they need to ask and what they need to know*Review - in Checklists, items not checked by the patient automatically go onto Review screens for those sections of the app*My Notes - allows the patient to take notes and Share them via email*Medication List - enables the patient to easily maintain a list of medications and Share the list with family caregivers or clinicians*Record - allows the patient to record conversations with healthcare providers or the patients own thoughts and reflections*Resources - a comprehensive list of links to authoritative medical information sites and other resources for patients*Video - links to PatientPilots video channel, where patients can upload their own videos, view videos from other patients and PatientPilot, as well as from additional sources
Migraine Recorder App from Amgen allows you to participate in a research study focused on assessing the burden of migraine. This Mobile App will be used to track the days patients experienced headaches, associated symptoms and the medications they used for their headaches. Key Features: Record and Track: Headache occurrence Symptoms Triggers Level of headache severity when as needed medication was taken Reason for migraine medication discontinuation, if applicable (will include medication name and acute vs. daily, question will be asked only for medications patient noted they are taking in the app) Level of difficulty to do activities that require concentration, during headache Amount of rest needed due to headache Level of difficulty in performing activities of daily living (ADLs), during headache Absenteeism/presenteeism due to headaches: Migraine-related HRU Patients will be asked to complete a survey about the App - Did they share the information with their physician- Helpfulness of sharing the information in the App- Did app help them better understand the patterns of their headaches- Did the app help participants play a more active role in the management of their headaches Receive reminders and notifications about: - Logging your headache - This app is for research use only and not intended to provide medical advice.- To join the study, you must meet the following key criteriao Be 18 years of age or oldero Reside in the USAo Have an existing diagnosis of migraine