Our engagment apps and self-care tools position your organization as the provider of useful decision support information. They frequently spur the need for direct connections to your organization’s facilities and care providers.

As you plan your custom app or website tools, consider which platforms make sense for your organization. We can deliver our content as an API, to be used within your existing apps or website, or we can work with you to customize iPhone & Android mobile engagement apps.
If you need assistance determining how best to serve your clients, we can help you decide the appropriate platform and content to meet your consumers’ needs.

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Mobile Apps

If you’ve checked your website analytics for ‘device used,’ mobile is clearly the communication medium of choice. A mobile app is the fastest connection possible between your organization and the patients you serve. Our mobile apps help you attract and engage patients, drive business to your facilities and services, and reinforce your brand.

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Web Apps

Our content is available for websites as an easy-to-install application.  The app can be quickly styled to your brand and configured to link users back to your resources. The app is designed to be mobile-first and can be embedded on your website, within your patient portal or visited directly. It can be configured and implemented in 30 minutes or less.

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Infographic depicting the workflow of the Symptom Checker API and self-care apps

API

You may wish to license our content for use within existing software, mobile apps or portal applications. For these scenarios, we have created an application programming interface (API) and corresponding developer portal. The API is a restful web service that allows licensed clients to interface with our content. It returns a JSON response for each index and topic.

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Every parent or caretaker needs this app! I discovered it after Dr Google failed to give me viable home care advice for my 10 month old. So easy to use and, since it came from my Children's hospital, I felt comfortable with the advice given.

Happy Parent, regarding Kid Care - from St. Louis Children’s Hospital

"As consumers obsess with mobile devices, engage them with health apps."

Healthcare IT News, September 2017

“You guys are awesome and we are so thankful to have you as our partners!"

Evie Ranslem-Parsons / Director of Public Relations, Sidney Regional Medical Center, Sidney, NE

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