Having our content reviewed by Harvard Medical School provides another layer of quality to the process we use to develop our highly regarded medical content.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) September 12, 2012
iTriage® today announced that Harvard Medical School has completed an extensive review of its medical content and has extended its stamp of approval. iTriage’s core medical content – which includes information on conditions, medications and medical procedures – was developed by a team of clinicians with broad clinical and academic experience. The relationship with Harvard Medical School adds enormous credibility to this original content.
“People are using our iTriage content to make health care choices every day. Having our content reviewed by Harvard Medical School provides another layer of quality to the process we use to develop our highly regarded medical content,” explained Wayne Guerra, M.D., Chief Medical Officer and co-founder of iTriage LLC. “This relationship will also provide future reviews to ensure that additional medical content we develop continues to be highly relevant and accurate.”
When turning to the Internet to answer health questions, consumers face frustration when information can't be validated with reliable or reputable sources. A 2010 Pew study showed that only 30 percent of adults say they or someone they know has been helped by following medical advice or health information found online. Few health information sites offer a way to determine if the information is credible or up-to-date.
iTriage addresses the issues of credibility and relevance with quality medical information reviewed by one the most reputable medical institutions in the world. In addition, iTriage is one of the highest rated consumer mobile apps with a 4.5 out of 5 rating within the iTunes App store, helps more than three million visitors each month, and has received 60,000 user reviews that have validated its easy-to-understand and actionable information.
The Harvard Medical School review logo will be featured prominently within iTriage.