New iPhone apps track health info, give advice

08/3/2010 | Network World

Developers are using the Community Health Data Initiative to create iPhone apps such as iTriage, which provides patients with information about symptoms and gives advice on seeking medical care. The app Asthmapolis uses a GPS-enabled device that attaches to an inhaler and records a time and location when asthma patients use their inhalers, while MedWatcher alerts patients about recalls or news related to their medications.

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