MyBloodWorks App, personal medical health tracker
Glen Ogle, President of GOGLE LLC, the creators of the MyBloodWorks App, a personal medical health tracker which is available in the Apple App Store joins Enterprise Radio. This episode of Enterprise Radio is in conjunction with EPN’s Mobile App Channel.
Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Glen Ogle discuss the following:
- Glen, you have created MyBloodWorks App to monitor your health, what background do you have to create such an App?
- What was your motive to create MyBloodWorks App?
- What are some of the other area’s of health that MyBloodWorks monitors?
- What do you think about Medical devices that plugs into your phone?
- You have stated that hospitals put results on their websites for patients to see privately. How does this impact MyBloodWorks?
I tried many ways to monitor my health. Until I created MyBloodWorks, it was very difficult to keep track of my health. One out of three Americans will get high blood pressure. Changes in your pulse can be a clue to something. Many people have blood tests. Diabetes is on the rise. MyBloodWorks will track YOUR health, if you only want to track some areas of your health in MyBloodWorks, then just track what YOU want.
As a transplant patient with years of dialysis under my belt, iv’e been to over 100 physician visits and stayed in hospitals over 6 months of my life, not including dialysis. I know what you need to monitor. I take suggestions on improving MyBloodWorks as I have already updated the App on a MyBloodWorks users suggestion. I think this is the easiest medical App on the App Store.
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