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H7N9 avian flu distribution and updates

Most updated information about H7N9 bird flu epidemic. Updated map, news feed, sina and twitter feed, research feed, video feed. Share on social networks. 

Added: 2013-05-12
Twitter, SinaWeibo, GoogleMaps, FeedBurner, ESRIArcGISJavaScript, Baidu 
CityStrides

CityStrides gives you a street-level view of your running. ... Track your runs across the streets in your city to see how much you've completed and what's left to run. Can you run every street in your city? ... Track your shoes to see you how many miles they've got and what they're costing you per mile. ... Create & share routes to find new places to run, share your favorite runs, and compete against yourself and others in your city. ... Get detailed weather information for ALL of your runs - all the way back to the first run you ever tracked with RunKeeper. ... See how many steps you take during each run. 

Added: 2013-04-21
RunKeeperHealthGraph, OpenStreetMap, NewRelic, Mixpanel, MapMyRun, MapMyFitness, GoogleMaps, Forecast, Fitbit, Facebook, Airbrake, Strava 
Healthy Lemur

Healthy Lemur is an app that lets you publicly commit to exercise: - Link your foursquare account - Select the number of days per week that you're going to exercise - Link your facebook and/or twitter accounts And you're all set! We will track every time you go to the gym and every Monday, we will post on facebook and/or twitter account if you have reached your goal (or we will shame you publicly if you haven't!) 

Added: 2013-02-06
Twitter, Foursquare, Facebook 
Eldercare Locator by Phone or Text (SMS)

Simply: the Eldercare Locator from eldercare.gov is now accessibly via a voice-activated phone system and through text message for 24/7 self service. Oh, and it's open source too! 

Added: 2012-10-30
Tropo, Heroku, ElderCareLocator 
HealthHelpZone.com

HealtheHelpZone.com features online health resources including health news, health guide, doctor and hospital finder and more. 

Added: 2012-09-14
Google, GoogleMaps, Daylife 
Outbreak Watch

Outbreak Watch provides real-time disease metrics based on social network interest. 

Added: 2012-08-23
Twitter 
triage.me

ED misuse is one of the largest problems healthcare organizations face today. Nationally, there were 124 million ED visits in 2011, of which the CDC estimates 50% could be handled in a primary care setting. With an average charge for each ED encounter approaching $700 vs. the average physician office charge of $150, every patient redirected away from the ED saves the payor $550. This represents a total potential market savings of $34 billion for facilitating correct use of primary care. Providing people with the tools they need to find appropriate care everywhere saves everyone, hospitals and patients, money and time. Patients receive a SMS from triage.me post emergency room discharge. By sending a text to triage.me with their problem and current address, we route the person towards the nearest clinic, providing the address and a link to directions (for smartphone users). Many clinics that work with the underinsured also often have variable hours and locations. We've made it easy for these clinics to update their hours and location via SMS so that we can better route triage.me users to locations. 

Added: 2012-07-04
Twilio, GoogleMapsData, GoogleMaps, Bit.ly 
MappyHealth - Tracking disease trends, 140 characters at a time

MappyHealth.com was developed in response to the NowTrending2012 application challenge. The team came together with a common mission to build an application that would positively impact public health surveillance. The MappyHealth team shares a common goal of furthering innovation and research that will enhance population health awareness of disease and illness trends. MappyHealth.com was born from social collaboration when co-founders Mark Silverberg and Brian Norris connected over a single tweet. The team grew by one when co-founder Charles Boicey joined brining a diverse background in research, informatics and product development. The team brings a wealth of experience, within many of healthcare’s diverse and challenging environments. Development of MappyHealth.com began in April 2012. To learn more about the team, head over to http://mappyhealth.com/about 

Added: 2012-06-22
TwitterStreaming, Twitter, Heroku, CloudmadeLeaflet 
Usermeds

Health information aggregator. 

Added: 2011-12-15
YahooAnswers, Google, Flickr 
Acid reflux information site

Produced with a time constraint of 5 days. The site is designed to provide reliable and concise information about Acid Reflux. It uses multiple APIs to pull in content about this condition. 

Added: 2011-10-31
Twitter, NHS, NationalLibraryofMedicineDIRLINE, GoogleAjaxFeeds, AmazonProductAdvertising 
US Dialysis Finder

USDialysisFinder.com contains data on over 50,000 kidney dialysis centers and facilities. Search centers and facilities in your area, gather information, compare services and research survival rates. 

Added: 2011-10-06
GoogleMaps 
DentistFind.com

Find a dentist in your area with this Twilio powered video directory. Provides other relevant information to users. 

Added: 2011-10-02
Twilio 
Hello Vaccine

Hello Vaccine is a SMS Reminder service that notifies parents about vaccination dates for their children. 

Added: 2011-08-07
GoogleAppEngine 
Aidsvu

Powered by MapLarge.com, AIDSVu provides a high-resolution view of the geography of HIV in the United States, 30 years into the epidemic. It is an online tool that allows users to visually explore the HIV epidemic alongside critical resources such as HIV testing center locations and NIH-Funded HIV Prevention & Vaccine Trials Sites. The data on AIDSVu come from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) national HIV surveillance database that is comprised of HIV surveillance reports from state and local health departments. AIDSVu will be updated on an ongoing basis in conjunction with CDC's annual release of HIV surveillance data, as well as new data and additional information as they become available. A Technical Advisory Group was brought together during the development of AIDSVu and an Advisory Committee, chaired by Dr. Jim Curran, Dean of the Rollins School of Public Health of Emory University, is comprised of key stakeholders who provide oversight and guidance for the ongoing project. 

Added: 2011-06-03
MapLarge 
Earndit.com

Service that motivates and rewards people for being active. 

Added: 2011-04-22
JanrainEngage, Foursquare, Fitbit, Bit.ly 
HIV/AIDS Prevention & Service Provider Locator

The HIV/AIDS Prevention & Service Provider Locator is a first-of-its-kind, location-based search tool that allows you to search for testing services, housing providers, health centers and other service providers near your current location. 

Added: 2011-03-21
GoogleMaps, GoogleGeocoding, GoogleDirections, GoogleAJAXLibraries 
TextWeight

TextWeight is a simple way to track and see your body weight over time. The service will send you a text message in the morning; reply with your weight. Login to the site anytime to see a graph of your weight. 

Added: 2011-02-04
TwilioSMS, Twilio 
WiiScale

Turns a Wii Balance Board into a Google Health scale. Useful for tracking one's weight over time. 

Added: 2010-11-25
GoogleHealth 
Pillbox by phone

Identify pills using your phone or IM client. Pillbox will ask you a series of questions about your pill to help you identify it. 

Added: 2010-11-23
Tropo 
Cloud PHR Pro

Cloud PHR Pro is an advanced, native iPhone client for Google Health, Google's Personal Health Record (PHR). 

Added: 2010-10-18
GoogleHealth 
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