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Android Tablet - Platform

  • CDC ipad and tablet health app
    Center for Disease Control and Prevention
    The CDC tablet app brings important health information to your fingertips. It features health articles, background on the ‘disease of the week’, popular journals, timely updates and features real time updates from CDC’s social media accounts. It is updated throughout the year to coincide with important health concerns of the moment.
  • 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.
  • 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.