AppRx Review Expert: Dr. Thomas Wright

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Our App Review Expert for this week: Dr. Thomas Wright   “HealthTap is a great platform for the general public to access in order to get useful information.” Dr. Thomas Wright is an outstanding leader in his field of specialty—phlebology, community, and the HealthTap network—which is why we would like to recognize him as an App Review READ MORE →

Get health + Give health: Action Against Hunger

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For a limited time, with each Virtual Consult purchased, HealthTap will donate free Virtual Consults to the charity a user chooses. We’re pleased to present one of the beneficiaries of this campaign: Action Against Hunger. Action Against Hunger’s mission statement rests on a vital, promising fact: “For the first time in history, the prospect of READ MORE →

Digital Health Headlines – 7/13/2015

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Though they are becoming more and more common, telehealth services are also rapidly improving in the features they offer. Our integration with Quest Diagnostics, for example, will allow doctors to order laboratory testing for their patients through the HealthTap platform—a quick, convenient way to test and diagnose conditions like infections, hepatitis, and cardiovascular diseases. State READ MORE →

Get Health + Give Health: Muscular Dystrophy Association

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For a limited time, with each Virtual Consult purchased, HealthTap will donate free Virtual Consults to the charity a user chooses. We’re pleased to present one of the beneficiaries of this campaign: Muscular Dystrophy Association. For people fighting muscle diseases, support can often be hard to come by. That’s why the Muscular Dystrophy Association comes READ MORE →

Get health + Give health: SF Hep B Free

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For a limited time, with each Virtual Consult purchased, HealthTap will donate free Virtual Consults to the charity a user chooses. We’re pleased to present one of the beneficiaries of this campaign: SF Hep B Free. As many as 1 in 10 Asian and Pacific Islanders around the world are chronically infected with hepatitis B, READ MORE →