“MedConnections, a leading mobile health company, announced today that its iPharmacy medication management app has surpassed 1,000,000 downloads from Google Play and joined only three other pharmacy apps: WalMart, Target, Walgreens in reaching the 1,000,000 to 5,000,000 download milestone.”
“Kevin brings a unique breadth of finance, business development, and operational management skills that we consider vital to achieve our growth and expansion opportunities. Kevin is the right person to lead the shift of the iPharmacy product line into sponsor paid pharmacy services, medical condition management, and integration with health insurance firms, pharmaceutical, pharmacies, and health care providers.”
“iPharmacy is committed to making the world a healthier place. The encouraging results show that iPharmacy does help people understand their medicines better and empowers consumers to be their best health advocates, thus to improve the efficiency of the whole healthcare system and right in time for Healthcare Reform when every consumer in the US will be responsible for making the most cost effective healthcare choices for themselves and their families.”
MedConnections’s iPharmacy Takes #1 Medical App on Apple App Store published on San Francisco Chronicle, 6/12/2012.
”We are glad that iPharmacy became the No.1 medical app and ahead of other industrial giants,” said Dr. Bill Cui, CEO of MedConnections Inc. “For more than two and half years, iPharmacy maintains its leadership in medical app category. iPharmacy’s popularity is a strong testimony that smartphone users can still find a needle in haystack, if an app can truly help them make their lives easier.”
“MedConnections’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, and third party mobile applications like TapaTalk and ForumRunner. ”
“We are excited to launch the world’s first smartphone based patient recruitment campaign”, Dr. Bill Cui, CEO of MedConnections Inc. “Each year pharmaceutical companies and institutions spend $10 billion and recruit 5 million Americans to participate in clinical trials. However, 70% clinical trials ended up delayed or failed due to poor patient recruitment. Our popular medication app will help patient recruitment services to deliver their desired messages to precisely targeted, hard-to-reach audience, thus shorten the trial time and lower the cost.”
Sigmaphone LLC has now changed its name to MedConnections Inc on mHIMSS.org, a leading mHealth new portal published by Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) and Healthcare IT News, 04/20/2012.
”We are very excited about the introduction of our new company name. We believe the name MedConnections allows us to better represent our business as we focus on mHealth, epically empowering and engaging consumer through mobile device to raises quality of care, reduces costs and saves time for both consumers and medical professionals.”
- MedConnections (formerly SigmaPhone) exhibited at mHealth Summit ’11 in Washington DC, 12/05/2011 – 12/07/2011
- SigmaPhone Allows One Million iPharmacy App Users To Rate and Comment on Medications Using Their Smartphones, 11/30/2011 at mHealth Summit 2011
- Medical App iPharmacy Allows Users to Rate And Comment On Drug, 11/15/2011
- Medical App iPharmacy Downloads topped 1 Million Copies, 09/12/2011
- SigmaPhone LLC Expanded Its Free Android App, iPharmacy, To Provide 20,000 Medication Guide, 05/17/2011
- The New iPharmacy Now Comes with a Pill Identifier, 02/11/2011
- iPharmacy Is the Best Paid Medical iPhone App of 2010, 01/06/2011