The medical field is one of the fastest growing users of mobile technology, a trend backed up by the steady pace of medical app launches on appcatch.com. Mobile devices are being used to disseminate information, sell devices, and monitor health matters in all facets of the medical field.
For emergency technicians in the field, facing a constant barrage of evolving information and situations, the availability of mobile platforms can be life saving.
The Emergency Management team in Ballston Lake, New York has developed an app and launched it on appcatch.com that is designed to keep its membership up to speed on information and protocol. The BLEMS app provides up to date training modules and schedules and also emergency contact information. The app also serves scheduling needs as EMS workers can get immediate access to work schedules.
The mobile app for Spinal USA is designed to support the distributors of this company's products across the country. The app is used to request sets and demo product line via smart phone or tablet.
By applying advanced spinal technologies to produce superior products, along with excellent customer service and competitive pricing, Spinal USA continues to positively affect patient recovery and overall surgical outcomes. The company makes surgical cages and plates and markets these items to orthopedic spine surgeons, neurosurgeons, and hospitals.
By marketing through a mobile app at appcatch.com, the company hopes to maximize its customer service and tout its competitive pricing; two elements of their business model that they feel give them an edge over the competition.
Spinal USA is based in Pearl, Mississippi.
These are just two examples of the growing array of medical apps that are being launched daily at appcatch.com. The apps on the site cover the medical spectrum from dentists scheduling routine cleanings to first aid apps that are specific to boaters, bikers, and Boy Scouts. There are also addiction services apps, allergy alert apps, and mobile applications that help you detect the initial signs of breast cancer, Lyme disease, and other medical situations.
While none of these mobile applications are capable of, or even meant to take the place of licensed medical assistance, there is growing support for mobile technology as a useful tool in the medical field.
Appcatch was launched in June of 2012 and initially served as free app market for users of the DIY app builder appsbar.com before expanding to include all app developers who wish to see their apps in the world-wide distribution channel. By making appcatch open to all app developers and app lovers, the company has furthered its goal of truly democratizing the app building and app user experience.
If you are looking to enhance the power of your smartphone, load it with some apps from appcatch.com. Join now and start downloading your favorite apps or uploading the apps you've developed and immediately share them with your social networks. Do you have an app idea but not sure how to get it from the idea stage to completion? Use the free app builder at appsbar.com and upon completion your app will automatically be included in the dynamic new appcatch marketplace.