MedConnections Medication Forum
- May 22, 2012 - SAN JOSE, Calif. --
s medication forum provides reliable medication information, including detail medication guide and pill images, and allow users to exchange their opinions for medication and conditions. The medication forum can be accessed via iPharmacy app for iPhone and Android, online at http://medconnections.com/
drugs/, and third party mobile applications like TapaTalk and ForumRunner.
MedConnections is the developer of iPharmacy, one of the most successful medical apps on both Apple App Store and Google Android Market. iPharmacy provides mobile health solution helps millions of users manage their medication and lower their prescription cost. Approximately 500,000 app users, including 58% consumers and 40% healthcare professionals like physicians, pharmacists and nurses have become registered users of MedConnections’
s medication forum, which made MedConnections’
s medication forum the largest mHealth community in the world.
“MedConnections medication forum is an convenient resource for medication education, especially for young adult and children.” said Dr. Bill Cui, CEO of MedConnections Inc. “The knowledge will promote healthier lifestyles and responsibilities towards the use of medications.”
The medication forum allows open conversation between individuals who are going through similar experiences.“
With more and more people rely on mobile devices to gain health information, we believe our mobile and web friendly forum opened a support outlet and converged channels for consumers and professionals to help each other, either patients who are suffering the same disease or professionals who have the same interest and want to create an innovative treatment.” said Dr. Cui.
iPharmacy is available for free download at Apple App Store:http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ipharmacy/id368679506?mt=8
and Google Play Android Market:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sigmaph...
To access MedConnections’
s medication forum, please visit http://www.medconnections.com/drugs