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dcawrey
dcawrey
7/4/2016 2:23:39 PM
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Re: Apps
Technologies such as communications and monitoring will change the way long term care is performed. I think that's a great thing. 

The one caution I would have for this technology is security and privacy. These platforms generate a lot of data that needs to be protected – I hope many realize the importance of this. 

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batye
batye
7/4/2016 3:21:15 AM
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Re: healthcare apps
@clrmoney yes, as this app's could save lives plus provide right and correct info in need in case of the emergency ...

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clrmoney
clrmoney
7/2/2016 12:15:35 PM
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healthcare apps
I'm not surprised that emergency alerts were the tops in rank because there will always be emergencies meaning people in need of help so I think that this is gtreat that they have these apps.

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elizabethv
elizabethv
7/2/2016 5:59:04 AM
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Apps
My healthcare providers offer an app, and I love it. Though admittedly it is not as detailed as what people are asking for. You can get appointment reminders, and chat with your physician, but not any kind of medication reminder. I know some people really struggle with remembering to take their medication. Especially if there are pills to take multiple times a day. The more we rely on our phones to help us with our day to day living, it only makes sense the more we are going to want our phones to help with. That includes all things related to healthcare.

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