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Top 6 Free Digital Stocking Stuffers

Marcia Noyes

Marcia Noyes

Director of Communications

December 23, 2015

We could not be more thrilled with the amazing year we have had at Datica. With the help of our customers, partners, employees, mentors and others, we have been able to provide the highest quality products and services to the industry in an effort to push the needle forward to an improved, connected healthcare system. From all of us, we wish you and your loved ones a wonderful holiday season, but first, here are six last minute free digital stocking stuffers that you can recommend to those that matter in your life.

Referred to by TIME magazine as the “Yelp of medicine,” Iodine brings reviews to the medications you take, or are considering taking, that work best at the lowest pricepoint. The app uses an intuitive interface that includes reviews for both over-the-counter and prescription drugs. All you need to do is check off the symptoms you’re experiencing and Iodine will recommend the best medications to take. If you’re worried about misleading reviews, don’t worry because Iodine has a team of medical professionals moderating reviews to ensure completely accurate recommendations.

OneTouch Reveal is made for everyone with diabetes to check blood sugar results easily and efficiently. Enhanced with vibrant visuals and a simple navigation, OneTouch Reveal gives users a 14, 30 or 90 day overview with a 365 day logbook. Packed with awesome and helpful features, OneTouch Reveal allows you to share results, progress reports and data tables with physicians and family members.

CareZone makes it possible to keep health information organized and to coordinate with those that matter. From keeping track of medications and appointments to storing discharge information and directives, CareZone allows you to take care of and track the health of however many people, or pets, as is desired – including yourself!

Integrated with Apple’s HealthKit, onpatient PHR allows you to easily manage your personal health record. Also available on the Apple Watch, onpatient PHR gives you the capabilites to check upcoming appointments as well as send a 30 day wellness summary directly to your doctor. Paper medical records are a thing of the past and onpatient PHR is giving patients control of their own health information.

Cures doesn’t promise to diagnose or even to treat you but they will recommend you over-the-counter or prescription drugs. Have an aversion to pharmaceutical remedies? Never fear because Cures also offers alternative medicines like herbal remedies and lifestyle improvements. Cures has scoured the farthest reaches of the Internet to consolidate the suggested solutions to improve your quality of life.

Built for people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), MyRA allows users to track, see, remember and share RA activity. Afterall, how can doctors properly treat RA without knowing exactly what patients are feeling. Designed with a beautiful interface, MyRA is easy to use and enables patients to customize their tracking experience while still maintaining data integrity.

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From all of us here at Datica, we wish you the most joyous of holiday seasons!

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