Moodscope is very easy to use and is based on a rating scale developed by the American Psychological Association. The program shows you a set of 20 cards ranging from Anger, Irritation, Nervous, Attentive, Active, etc. For each card you self rate yourself on a scale from 1-4. Moodscope then tabulates your score and gives you a rating from 1-100. You can then plot this … Continue reading Moodscope

Quantified Self 2011

This past weekend I got a chance to attend the first Quantified Self conference held in Mountain View, CA at the Computer History Museum. By way of background, the Quantified Self is a movement to better understand your health through knowing your numbers. Technology that helps us monitor vital statistics like activity, blood pressure, heart rate, weight, sleep periods, etc. are not limited to the … Continue reading Quantified Self 2011

My Health Advantage

With the new MyChart mobile application, patients can securely access their health information from anywhere, at any time, using their iPhone, iPad or iTouch,” said Dr. Dale Glenn, medical director for HealthAdvantage, a wellness program for Hawai‘i Pacific Health. “This will benefit patients who are actively managing their health conditions and allow them to stay on top of their appointments, medications and other important tests … Continue reading My Health Advantage