Today I had a fitting for an AFO (Ankle Foot Orthotic) to assist with the foot drop and walking until I can get the WalkAide.
Had a nice interview today with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society for a article on iPhone Apps, specifically i-Inject.
Thank you to all of those that have already purchased i-Inject and a big thanks to those that have given positive constructive feedback as well as suggestions for the next version.
Just got back from CBS interview. Should be on local TV at 5:30 or 6.
It was on around 5:24pm but no video has been posted to their site yet, just links:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
iPHONE® APPLICATION DESIGNED FOR MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS PATIENTS IS LAUNCHED
Mechanicsburg, PA – 12/29/2009 – A Pennsylvania-based company has just released a healthcare management application that targets Multiple Sclerosis (MS) patients to the App Store.
David Warden, who was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in 2008, created an application called i-Inject that allows fellow patients to manage details of their healthcare. The application provides a place for users to track their rotation of injection sites, set medication reminders and run various reports regarding their medication inventories and use.
“By using your iPhone® mobile digital device or iPod touch® mobile digital device, you don’t have to organize and carry paper journals. You can track your injections and oral meds and even e-mail records to your doctor, all on a device you already use every day,” David says. The application helps the user log the times and dates of drug administrations, reactions to medications and how many doses the patient has left in their inventory.
David owns Elite Circle Computing, an Information Technology (IT) consulting company, and collaborated with an application developer to bring his vision to life. Since being diagnosed and having to organize several medications and dosing schedules, David dreamed of a more technically streamlined and accurate way to manage his healthcare.
i-Inject is available for download to any iPhone® mobile digital device or iPod touch® mobile digital device for $14.99.
For additional information about i-Inject, visit www.i-inject.com.
David Warden, CEO
Elite Circle Computing, LLC
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IT professional Dave Warden started work in May on an iPhone and iPod Touch application to help multiple sclerosis patients track and analyze their medication schedule. Warden submitted his application to Apple for approval in November, and the product named i-Inject went on sale Dec. 6. Photo/Amy Spangler
Had a Brain and Spine MRI today. Getting ready to sit down and look at the pics for new lesions. Open MRI this time was spectacular. Truly OPEN. Good thing cuz it was about 105 minute long.
A couple of hold backs, but things have been updated and resubmitted. Looking for go-live soon!