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  • 52 Weeks for Women’s Health mobile app from NIH
    National Institutes of Health
    Platforms: Android, iPhone
    This mobile app is for anyone interested in learning more about women’s health. It contains information on 52 health topics, from “eye health” to “contraception”. Each topic offers lifestyle tips related to the subject. Users learn about the weekly topic and can compile a list of their favorite tips for quick reference. With the app you can also keep track of personal health information like medications, allergies and wellbeing.
  • ePSS mobile app for doctors featuring preventative services
    Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
    Primary care doctors can use this mobile app to identify preventive services that are appropriate for their patients. You can use it to find U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommendations for patients based on specific characteristics, such as age, sex, and selected behavioral risk factors
  • Mobile app from HRSA that identifies health center locations
    Health Resources and Services Administration
    Platforms: Android, iPhone
    Federally-funded health centers will care for you, even if you have no health insurance. Based on your income you pay what you can afford. This mobile app helps you find the nearest health center with the mapping software in your phone. Health centers are located in most cities and many rural areas. Type in a city/state/ZIP or place name and click the ‘Find Center’ button to locate the health center nearest you.
  • LactMed women’s health mobile app on breastfeeding
    National Library of Medicine
    Platforms: Android
    If you’re a new or expecting mother planning to breastfeed this mobile app is for you! This health app brings the National Library of Medicine’s database on breastfeeding into the palm of your hand. Find a medications or dietary supplements you use, and the app will alert you to possible adverse effects the item may cause to a nursing infant. Suggested alternative to substances that many have adverse effect are provided, when appropriate.
  • NIH My Dietary Supplements (MyDS) Logo
    National Institutes of Health
    Simply enter the names and amounts of your dietary supplements, and they'll be stored for your use anytime, anywhere—for example, when seeing your doctor or shopping. With MyDS you also can email your personal list of dietary supplements to yourself or to your health care providers and print it out for reference.
  • Mobile app from NCI for Fellows and Young Investigators career training and development
    National Cancer Institute
    Platforms: Android, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch
    The Center for Cancer Training at National Cancer Institute provides training and career development for fellows and trainees in cancer research. This mobile app offers resources for those working for the NCI in the Maryland area. Features include: events, maps, social media integration and quick dial phone numbers.
  • Open Payments Mobile for Industry
    The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
    CMS is providing a free mobile app to help users from applicable manufacturers and applicable Group Purchasing Organizations keep track of, store, and view financial payments and other transfers of value from applicable manufacturers of covered drugs, devices, biologicals, or medical supplies to physicians, as defined by the Physician Payment Sunshine Act and its implementing regulations.
  • Open Payments Mobile of Physicians
    The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
    CMS is providing a free mobile app to help physicians keep track of, store, and view financial payments and other transfers of value from applicable manufacturers of covered drugs, devices, biologicals, or medical supplies to physicians, as defined by the Physician Payment Sunshine Act and its implementing regulations.
  • Prevent Group B Strep (GBS)
    Center for Disease Control and Prevention
    Platforms: Android, iPad, iPhone
    "Prevent Group B Strep" is a standalone application that provides patient-specific and scenario-specific guidance based on user input of patient characteristics. With this app, you can:
    • Select your portal - obstetric or neonatal - and answer questions about your patient
    • Receive specific patient management guidance based on the scenario you have entered
    • Obtain appropriate antibiotic regimens for obstetric patients requiring intrapartum prophylaxis
  • PubMed for Handhelds app
    National Library of Medicine
    Platforms: Android, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch
    This app offers multiple ways to search the PubMed database. This archive contains more than 22 million references for biomedical literature from science journals, and online books. In the app you can ask a general question, search keywords in specific fields, and read abstracts of articles. The iOS version also gives you search options in 13 languages.
  • QuitGuide mobile app from NCI to support quitting smoking
    National Cancer Institute
    Platforms: Android, iPhone
    This mobile app can help you prepare to quit smoking and support you in the days and weeks after you quit. It describes what problems you can expect when you quit smoking and includes interactive tips to keep you smoke free. With it you can save useful information in favorites and share what you’re reading via Facebook, Twitter, and e-mail.
  • Wireless Information System for Emergency Responders (WISER) mobile app
    National Library of Medicine
    Platforms: Android, iPad
    WISER is a mobile app designed to help first responders in hazardous material incidents. It provides a wide range of information on hazardous substances, including identification help, physical characteristics, health information, containment advice, and treatment.