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February 2 2015 | by Rahul
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Store and share health records with your doctors on the mobile

Continuous Care allow users to share their health information with their doctors, delivering on their promise to improve healthcare communication.

Communicating with your healthcare provider just got easier. Share health information with doctors using the Continuous Care app from NeedStreet. The app allows you to manage your health information and carry your medical records with you at all times.

Developed by NeedStreet, an online healthcare platform that is designed to improve healthcare communication, the Continuous Care app is designed to help individuals track their health and share this information with their physicians. With the growing popularity of consumer health monitoring devices, the app allows users to record their health and fitness parameters, building a repository of their personal health information.

In addition to being useful for health and fitness enthusiasts, the app is also a valuable tool for people who suffer from chronic conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, arthritis and kidney disease- conditions that require continuous monitoring and frequent check-ups. With over 50 health trackers, users can record everything from daily blood pressure and blood sugar values to symptoms of pain, joint stiffness etc., and share these details with their doctors, who will be able to access their health.

Continuous Care also allows users to store details about medications taken, treatments and surgeries they may have undergone, allergies and vaccinations. The app supports storage of medical scans such as x-rays, thereby allowing users to manage what the developers call their ‘PHR’ or ‘Personal Health Records’, an electronic record of patient-managed health data.

Doctors, in turn, will be able to access this medical information through a separate application called the Virtual Practice. Users on Continuous Care can invite their own doctors to download the Virtual Practice app, making it easier for them to communicate between hospital visits.

What sets Continuous Care apart from the myriad other health apps is its capability to allow users to share their health information with their doctors, delivering on their promise to improve healthcare communication.

Continuous Care is available as a web application and is supported on both the Android and iOS platforms.

Download the app from here: For Android Click Here & iOS Click Here

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