By | February 23, 2021

Mobile health  is on track to be a nearly $300 billion market by 2025. The telehealth industry will grow approximately 19% between 2019 and 2025. And healthcare data is projected to grow 36% through 2025.

Medical apps are software on a mobile device that function as an accessory to a regulated medical device or transform a mobile platform into a regulated medical device.

These apps can help patients manage their own health and help healthcare practitioners facilitate and improve patient care.

1-Kareo

This medical software is best for medical professionals who want to get paid faster.

Kareo automates the billing process so doctors spend less time doing paperwork and more time with their patients.

This streamlined billing works for standard, insurance-taking docs as well as those who opt out of offering insurance coverage at their practices.

2- UpToDate

UpToDate app can be used on Android devices. Hundreds of thousands of physicians have installed this app, and for good reason.

Multiple physicians can use this software with a multi-physician license, and it has 24/7 support in case you need help finding something.

UpToDate offers practitioners are really up to date and backed up with references.

3- Epocrates

This is the gold standard of medical apps. It’s available for both iOS and Android and has been downloaded millions of times.

Doctors use this app to lookup drug information and interactions, find providers for consults and referrals, and quickly calculate patient measurements such as BMI.

Pricing: While the app itself and most of its content is free, access to additional information and functionality (such as lab guides, different medications, and disease information) requires an in-app purchase of Epocrates Essentials for $174.99 a year.

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