WatIf Health App is going to be a huge news in healthcare industry. The app will create awareness about different diseases among common people.
Online PR News – 15-October-2015 – NYC\ NY – WatIf Health App Launched
''Be Health Be Mobile'' Initiative by ITU-WHO
WatIf showed the first glimpse of much-awaited health application in Budapest,Hungary on 12th October. Dr N.N Sipula and Jason Paul, the representatives of WatIf Health, were offered the prestigious opportunity to demonstrate the app to participants of ITU Conference. After successful demonstration of WatIf Health app in Budapest, the beta version of application is set to be launched on the 15th of October.
"WatIf Health App is going to be a huge news in healthcare industry. The app will create awareness about different diseases among common people and help them identify their solutions." says Dr. Norman Sipula.
Watif is a groundbreaking health application that brings the power of scientific medical knowledge base on your computer and android cell phone or tablet. It provides you with analytical tools for assessing your risk of developing Diabetes, Hypertension, Stroke, Heart attack, progressive Chronic Kidney Disease and suggests preventive measures. Watif Health also empowers you to play an active role in the management of your disease by providing you with a portable, interactive, personalized electronic health record system that gives you the power to decide when and with whom to share your medical health record.
Moreover, WatIf provides scientific reports, graphs, EMR and tons of other information to ensure you always have complete control of your health.
WatiF Health App is the result of a global effort between ICT technologists and medical specialists from USA, Canada, South Africa, India and Singapore. The app aims to continually provide innovative Smart ICT solutions that address global health challenges posed by noxious epidemics and diseases. Please visit http://watifhealth.com/ for more information, including videos, screenshots and reviews of the app.