Self Management Tools - Health Apps

1. Emergency Medical Center Locator  This app locates and contacts the closest and best treatment centers during a medical emergency. Simply choose your care center—burn, cardiac, eye, pediatric, stroke, or trauma—tap the Nearby Centers button, and the top rated care centers with the best patient outcomes appear within seconds. (Available for iPhone, free.)
2. GoodRx Need to pick up a prescription? Compare prescription drug prices at virtually every pharmacy in theUnited States with GoodRx. You’ll also receive coupons and cost-saving tips. (Available for iPhone, free).
3. iTriage Created by two ER doctors, iTriage helps you evaluate any troubling symptoms and get suggestions for the best, nearest health-care facilities. You can even get emergency room wait time estimates. (Available for iPhone and Android, free.) 
4. Wellframe Recognized at this year’s American Collegeof Cardiology Scientific Conference in Chicago, Wellframe provides heart disease risk assessment, preventive care alerts, and educational resources.  You can also share info with your doc electronically and print personalized reports. (Available for iPhone and Android, free.)
5. Cook It Allergy Free Anyone with a food allergy knows that it’s nothing to be taken lightly, and this app helps take some of the stress out offering recipes sans gluten, dairy, nuts, and eggs. You can also design personal shopping lists and recipe folders that’ll make trips to the grocery store a breeze. (Available for iPhone, free.) (For more handy food resources, check out 5 Best Food Apps.)
6. Glucose Buddy This app allows diabetic users to monitor blood glucose levels, record when they take medications, and track their food intake and activity. (Available for iPhone, free). 
7. Stress Doctor Remember mood rings? This is like that, except a bit more technical. By placing your finger over your phone’s camera, the app takes a measure of your heart rate to detect your stress level, and then trains you how to chill with some deep breathing. (Available for iPhone, free).
8. UMSkinCheck Designed by University of Michiganresearchers, this app allows you to use your iPhone camera to track suspicious moles, reminds you to perform self-exams, and offers preventative videos. (Available for iPhone, free.)We will be posting more information about these Apps as well as additional Health and Wellness Apps for Smartphones on our website.