Mobile Apps or Internet Solutions - Connecting Doctor to Patient: Selling Products/Services
ClotMD, AirStrip One, and CarePassport are examples of mobile apps that connect doctors to patients and enable doctors to offer products and services to patients.
- ClotMD manages testing schedules, dosing calculations, INR levels, and keeps both doctors and patients connected in real-time.
- The app, which is accessed from a mobile device or desktop, connects patients with their doctors for real-time consultation on anticoagulation medication.
- ClotMD enables doctors to assist patients in managing the “therapeutic use of warfarin, a vitamin K antagonist” on a mobile device or computer.
- AirsStrip One enables doctors and patients to have access to data, monitoring systems, and devices from various locations across the healthcare industry.
- The app enables doctors to have a more detailed understanding of "a patient's condition at the moment of care — anywhere and anytime."
- AirStrip intends to improve "healthcare delivery with mobile interoperability solutions" that connect patients and doctors across technical, regional, and workflow boundaries.
- AirStrip One is both a data source agnostic and vendor that enables doctors to offer a single comprehensive view of clinical data analysis, data management, and decision support to patients.
- CarePassport enables patients to access and aggregate all their medical data, including lab results, medical images, clinical reports, dental records, and more from various healthcare providers.
- "Patients can consolidate their medical records from any healthcare provider," apple watch, imaging CDs, health kit, health forms, Fitbit, CDA Files, PDF documents, JPEG, among others.
- CarePassport enables patients to share their medical data with doctors when traveling or during emergencies.