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iTriage Healthcare App

iTriage Healthcare App

iTriage (http://www.itriagehealth.com/get-mobile) is a medical reference application for Smartphones, that was created by Healthagen. iTriage is currently available on the iPhone and iPod Touch, Android, and Palm app. The application lets you search and browse hundreds of symptoms, diseases, and procedures and provides useful descriptions of the conditions, treatments, and medical tests, the app also offers support links to your insurer’s advice line.

In addition, iTriage can use the iPhone’s GPS to help you find nearby pharmacies, hospitals, and other treatment centers. In some states it gives ER wait times so you can choose which one to go to.

Healthcare in Your Hand

iTriage—the first healthcare information software product introduced by Healthagen, LLC is the brainchild of two emergency room physicians. After seeing a growing need for patients to have more actionable healthcare information in their hands, Drs. Peter Hudson and Wayne Guerra introduced iTriage to give healthcare consumers crucial information in acute care settings:

  • Information on more than 300 symptoms, 1000 diseases and 350 medical procedure
  • A nationwide directory of hospitals, urgent cares, retail clinics, pharmacies and physicians
  • Turn-by-turn facility directions from GPS, IP address or zip code locations
  • Nurse advice lines
  • Detailed quality reports from HealthGrades on hospitals and physicians
  • Help negotiating medical bills through an iTriage partnership with one of the most respected claims adjudication organizations
  • Emergency Room Wait Times for hospitals in select parts of the country

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  1. Donna B.

    I better not show this to my son – he’s enough of a hypocondriac as it is! LOL

  2. Cindy

    Information at your fingertips when an emergency occurs. This is excellent, especially for those in the medical field.
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  3. Stef Robins

    Thanks for sharing this with us. Do you think it’s better than WebMD? I’ve used WebMD for the longest time but there’s no harm in trying something new. By the way, for busy moms out there, you should try using Intuition. It’s my fave app as of the moment. It manages my tasks, appointments, even my shopping. It also helps me delegate errands to my husband via email, Facebook and Twitter. Plus it’s cute and totally free!

  4. I just installed this App on my iPad. It’s really a great App.
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