12-21-2012, 06:54 PM #1
- 10 Posts
Being a pharmacist and previous iPhone owner I used many medical apps in the work environment and from what I've seen in the WP marketplace it is lacking a great deal. Decided to contact NICE, the organisation who have a few apps on iOS and this is the reply
Thank you for contacting the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE).
We are exploring the feasibility of providing a version of the app for Windows users, but do not have a timeframe of when this might may be made available.
Communications Administrator (Enquiry Handling and Internal Communications)
National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence
Level 1A | City Tower | Piccadilly Plaza | Manchester M1 4BD | United Kingdom
Tel: 0845 003 7781 | Fax: 44 (0)845 003 7785
Web: National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence
12-21-2012, 10:31 PM #3
- 53 Posts
I know of a lot of people in the medical world who are dying for their med apps to come to WP. Currently they run on iOS, but before that they all ran on Windows Mobile. Here's hoping they all come back to the MS platform! The only way to get it is to ask them (just like you did) so they know there is a desire for it.--------------
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12-22-2012, 12:12 AM #4
- 6 Posts
This category is severely lacking on the Windows Phone platform still. While Healthvault is nice, Microsoft's support of the initiative is 'meh' at best lately. It is too bad, as the idea is very sound. I hope that we get a lot more apps in this sector soon.
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