Plenty of investigations have found consumer health apps to have false content, bad functionality, poor design
By Dave Muoio October 23, 2019
A recent literature review of 80 app safety studies details a laundry list of shortcomings.
Consumer-facing health apps are increasingly prevalent, but they’re anything but infallible. According to a recent literature review of published app safety investigations, these offerings have been shown to include issues ranging from poor content or information to faulty functionality.
Note: Please email me the topics which you'd me to discuss in this blog.
Note: These posts are for information only and are not endorsements of specific services or products.
Please consult your healthcare provider about information you find online.
Dan Gardner, MD does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, physicians, products, procedures, opinions, or other information that may be mentioned on www.dangardnermd.com. Reliance on any information provided by www.dangardnermd.com is solely at your own risk.