The Mayo Clinic app connects you to the No. 1 hospital in the nation, as ranked by U.S. News & World Report.
The Mayo Clinic app gives you practical, helpful tools to manage your health on-the-go. The app delivers a daily dose of health news and practical advice from top doctors, dietitians, fitness experts and more. You can also search for reliable, research-backed answers to your questions about diseases, symptoms and health procedures. Plus, you can easily request an appointment with world-class experts in top-ranked specialties.
If you're already a Mayo Clinic patient, the app puts all of your medical information in your pocket, so it's easier to track your health, schedule appointments and complete check-in questionnaires at your convenience. When you're on-site, the app is your ideal tool. You'll get easy access to your appointment itinerary, important reminders, campus maps and your personal medical records.
• Start (or end) your day with daily health insights, fitness videos, recipes and wellness tips.
• Search for trustworthy info about diseases, symptoms and medical procedures.
• Make appointments at your convenience.
• Check your appointment itinerary.
• View test results in real time.
• View radiology images and exams.
• Access and pay your bills.
• Communicate with your care team in a secure messaging system.
• Get Express Care Online within an hour for common ailments that don't require an in-person visit (available in select regions).
• Send your health data from Mayo Clinic to the Apple Health app.
Learn more about the Mayo Clinic app: http://www.mayoclinic.org/apps
In this release, accessibility gets an injection of fresh code, allowing users of VoiceOver to better use the “Patient” feature. We also made some app tune-ups and squashed a few bugs.
Ratings and Reviews
Some features great and others poor
This app is very handy and i use it frequently. Like adding appointments to calendar feature. But both website and app neglect the ability to pay by visit selectively. This means bills get much later payment while some are pending on insurance payments...this is bad for Mayo cashflow.
I might add that each time I have called and paid by specific visits the Mayo clerk agrees that they get many callers requesting to pay in this manner yet nothing has been done about it. One would think that the operating costs associated with phone support for billing in this manner (many times it can be 10+ minutes) would easily justify the changes to incorporated it. For example the website already lists the bills by visit number yet it does not provide the means to pay them individually. So this is just not an app problem.
I suspect the problem is that they do accounting of charges and credits by an account and not by individual bills to an account. But since they go through the effort to address bills individually they should have the means to implement payment by bill(visits).
Developer Response ,
Matenai - thanks for the kind words about the app. I’ve passed your feedback along to our billing area so they can consider improving that experience for users in the future. If you think of anything else we can do better - feel free to drop us a note. Our email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks so much.
For me, they need to be more direct.
While I highly recommend this app/site, and have often go gone to it as a first source of information for medical issues, for me, they pull too many punches.
If you want a more direct, and quite possibly more emotionally challenging take on a medical issues, I highly recommend the Medscape app.
Having said that, I have a lot of respect for this app. It’s a very good entry point for basic medical information. Kindness, and patient empathy, are very important. And many people people are not comfortable with more direct clinical information.
As an example, if you ever are faced with a serious medical situation, and a doctor recommends an invasive treatment, ask them not just what the odds of success and failure (death) are. Ask them what the success, failure and morbidity are. Morbidity is often a big slice of the pie, and that means that the physicians tried, and actually made things worse. Asking about morbidity will change the nature of the conversation with the medical community.
To spin off of the Wizard of Oz, don’t ignore the man behind the curtain.
I am a physician . I am retired. Due to severe symptom’s of pain in my hands. Then it went into my feet. I have always exercised. I was a gold medal winner at age 6 in a NATIONAL AAU SWIM MEET, which was part of a five state division, Montana, Minnesota, ND and SD. I graduated from the U Minn in Mpls. I went on , as an adult to long distance running and 3x a week of weight lifting. I then got
Into Joseph Pilates for 15 years until my instructor moved back to seattle. I also took vigorous and demanding yoga classes. Ashstanga, other yoga that extremely demanding. I went through a year course to train to be a yoga instructor. Then I took an 18month course to learn accupuncture and Chinese Medicine. Yet, I am now at a point where walking is a challenge due to inherited genetic problems. Does anything really work to treat autoimmune problems? The side effects of autoimmune meds are worse than the diseases they are treating.
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