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We are excited to share some of our team's latest apps!


MyHeartMap Challenge App

The MyHeartMap Challenge is a crowdsourcing and social media project that aims to locate automated external defibrillators (AEDs). Challenges in Philadelphia and Seattle have located thousands of AEDs.

The MyHeartMap App can be used to upload the location of AEDs and is available on iTunes and Google Play.

Everhealthier Women

Everhealthier Women is a web app, designed for mobile devices. It empowers women to engage in important health behaviors by fitting tasks into their lifestyle. The tasks are the screenings and prevention behaviors that match users' age and profile according to national guidelines, and can be shared with the users' loved ones. The app provides up-to-date information on numerous health issues and links to online resources, including different organization's care and prevention feeds on Facebook and Twitter. The app currently runs in English and Spanish.

My Game Plan

My Game Plan is a downloadable native smartphone application designed by and for patients struggling with thoughts of suicide, their family/caregivers, and the health care providers who work with them. This app aims to help in the time following discharge from a psychiatric emergency room and inpatient psychiatric unit. My Game Plan provides a convenient place for patients and their families to record and retrieve information on clinical follow up, safety plans, and local resources. Available on a mobile phone at any time 24/7 and 365 this device supports the services that set up by inpatient and outpatient clinical teams for individual patients and their families.