Study: Docs recommend mobile apps to patients

02/4/2013 | Healthcare IT News

Doctors are using mobile health applications to access medication data at the point of care and ensure that the drugs they prescribe won't hurt patients, according to a study by Epocrates. The survey also found that more than 40% of doctors are recommending mobile apps to patients, often for patient education, healthy lifestyle tools and chronic disease management.

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