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New mobile apps for your health

Source: msn news

May 2, 2013

"The app is called MDConnectME and it allows medical staff to provide family and friends with live updates while someone they know is undergoing a medical procedure."

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New mobile apps for your health

Source: Philadelphia 6 ABC Action News

May 1, 2013

"As the motto goes "there's an app for that" and now the mobile market is moving into healthcare."

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Live texting your surgery

Source: CNN Money

April 22, 2013

"Medicine is getting a small dose of high-tech with new apps to help both doctors and patients."

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Easing the Concerns of Patients' Families

Source: Fox Business News

February 27, 2013

"MDconnectME CEO Scott Anzel on how the company's service helps doctors update patients' families and friends while a procedure is in process."

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New app lets surgeons update patients families during surgery

Source: ABC 7 - New York

February 27, 2013

"If you have ever sat in a hospital waiting room you know how stressful that time can be. Now there is new technology to make that wait time less anxious for worried family and friends."

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MDConnectME connects doctors, patients and families

Source: ABC Action News - Tampa

February 9, 2013

"Have you ever had a family member who was having surgery and you worried about how they were doing? You no doubt wondered if they were out of surgery and how the procedure went."

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New medical app for doctors, patients' families

Source: Philadelphia 6 ABC Action News

Dec 28, 2012

"New technology developed in Philadelphia is making it easier for doctors to talk to patient's families."

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MDconnectME: hospitals can use this app to contact family members about a patient's condition

Source: Technically Philly

Nov 21, 2012

"During Hurricane Sandy, the founders of MDconnectMe discovered a new usage for their hospital communication app, MobiHealthNews reported..."

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MDconnectME app unintentionally proves its mettle

Source: MobiHealthNews

Nov 13, 2012

"After Hurricane Sandy slammed the Northeast Oct. 29, Mount Sinai Medical Center had to take extra patients evacuated from other New York City hospitals. Busy staff there used an app called MDconnectME to send quick updates to designated family members about the location and condition of their loved ones."

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A Quick Update From the Operating Room

Source: The New York Times

July 2, 2012

"The first message from the ambulatory surgery suites at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, where I was having a routine surgical procedure, went out to my selected contacts at 10:41 a.m. on Monday, Eastern time. My daughter in Brooklyn, my designated emergency contact, elected to receive the updates via texts to her phone; a few friends from Boston to San Francisco got them by e-mail..."

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