A scientific review of mobile apps for tracking rheumatoid arthritis disease activity finds that most apps are either simple calculators for physicians to measure disease activity or tools for patients to track symptoms, most of which do not uniformly collect data using validated instruments or composite disease activity measures.
cliexa-RA, cliexa™’s rheumatoid arthritis app, has been scored as the 2nd best RA app among 19 best apps selected from 936 apps to NIH research “Apps for People With Rheumatoid Arthritis to Monitor Their Disease Activity: A Review of Apps for Best Practice and Quality”
Version of cliexa-RA tested for this research features only free functionality such as DAS28 calculation and medication tracking. Advanced features such as symptom and medication reminders, clinician alerts and complications tracking were not available in this version while the research took place.
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