iHeart Touch in the News

Nucleus Medical Media’s iHeart Touch App Named as Finalist in 2013 MM&M Awards

iHeart Touch Cardiology App in the Running for Best Medical Digital Initiative for Consumers Category
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) June 28, 2013

iHeart Touch, a patient education app from Nucleus Medical Media, was chosen as a finalist in the 2013 Medical Marketing and Media (MM&M) Awards. An independent panel of over 100 industry experts judges the annual healthcare marketing awards, which culminates in an awards ceremony in October.

Nucleus Medical Media’s iHeart Touch App Recognized in National Science Foundation Competition

Educational medical app iHeart Touch a finalist in NSF’s International Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 28, 2013

Nucleus Medical Media's iHeart Touch app was recently honored as a finalist in the 2012 International Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge—in the Games & Apps category—presented by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the journal Science.

Nucleus Medical Media Releases Update to Popular iHeart Touch App

Version 2.0 includes world premiere video, custom survey capability
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 17, 2013

The latest version of the iHeart Touch app from Nucleus Medical Media, Inc. helps patients and their families learn about the causes and treatments for coronary artery disease (CAD), the leading cause of death in the U.S. The app also provides physicians and other health care professionals a visual tool to help increase patient awareness and understanding of how the heart works and how disease can affect it.

Life-like App from Nucleus Medical Media Gives Heart Patients Reason to Diet, Exercise

Free app simulates the silent progression of coronary artery disease
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) July 12, 2012

A new app for the iPad, iHeart Touch, may be a doctor's new best friend when it comes to persuading millions of Americans to lose weight and exercise. The app uses a life-like beating heart that takes patients inside an artery, showing the effects of years of plaque buildup in coronary artery disease, ultimately leading to a heart attack. The deceptively entertaining app gives patients a glimpse into a possibly grim future, but with a purpose: to start conversations with their doctors about taking better care of themselves.

The Reviews Are In... iHeart Touch Does the Job!

The latest version of the iHeart Touch app from Nucleus Medical Media, Inc. helps patients and their families learn about the causes and treatments for coronary artery disease (CAD), the leading cause of death in the U.S. The app also provides physicians and other health care professionals a visual tool to help increase patient awareness and understanding of how the heart works and how disease can affect it.

A new app for the iPad, iHeart Touch, may be a doctor's new best friend when it comes to persuading millions of Americans to lose weight and exercise. The app uses a life-like beating heart that takes patients inside an artery, showing the effects of years of plaque buildup in coronary artery disease, ultimately leading to a heart attack. The deceptively entertaining app gives patients a glimpse into a possibly grim future, but with a purpose: to start conversations with their doctors about taking better care of themselves.

Juli Clover on Pad Gadget:

If you've been diagnosed with heart disease, you're probably scared, confused, and searching for more information.

Nucleus Medical Media has designed this iPad app, iHeart Touch, to assist doctors with patient education on both the diagnosis and progression of coronary artery disease, so it has all of the information you need on heart issues. The app is a super clear way of explaining coronary artery disease and understanding just what it is...if you're interested in how the heart works, I'd highly suggest downloading this app and taking a look at it.

Timothy Aungst, PharmD on iMedicalApps thinks:

iHeart Touch is a great educational tool to use with patients who have CAD, and those that may be undergoing surgical interventions. The UI is easy to use and the topics addressed are done in an efficient and language easily understandable.