A Pennsylvania-based company has just released a healthcare management application that targets multiple sclerosis patients to the App Store.
David Warden, who was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2008, created an application called i-inject that allows fellow patients to manage details of their healthcare. The application provides a place for users to track their rotation of injection sites, set medication reminders and run various reports regarding their medication inventories and use.
The application helps the user log the times and dates of drug administrations, reactions to medications and how many doses the patient has left in their inventory.
David owns Elite Circle Computing, an Information Technology consulting company, and collaborated with an application developer to bring his vision to life.
i-Inject is available for download to any iPhone or iPod touch mobile digital device.