Android Work Comp Apps – Three Reviewed – All Good
The Android Work Comp Apps (Apps) that I downloaded last week showed just how few companies are or were providing Google Play store apps.
These app reviews may seem very short. That is not a bad thing as complicated apps tend to have more errors in them.
The Android Work Comp Apps in this, prior, and future articles are all free of charge. The screenshots will not forward to the apps themselves.
You will need to click on the active links below. Text links are much more reliable than picture links.
NCCI’s coverage verification app was one of the simpler Android Work Comp apps. The app required no logins or passwords and worked well. Please note that NCCI does not provide a coverage verification app since 2019.
Last year, Sedgwick provided one of the better WC apps.
Nova Medical Centers and Advantage Healthcare Systems both provided apps to locate their WC medical centers. The Advantage Healthcare System app also provided in-depth information in a resources section.
The nearest Advantage Clinic to Raleigh was in Texas. The nearest Nova Medical Center was located in Augusta, GA. Both apps did work very well with no crashes. These two apps were obviously apps marketing their services.
MyMatrixx provided an app that required a password. I had reached out to them last week and have not heard back yet. I will review their app once I do receive some type of sign on info from them.
HealtheSytstems had a nice list of medications on their app. The quick-lookup feature of a large list of medications was great and required no username and password. They also had a tool – Ask The Pharmacist-that looks to answer your RX questions. This was a good simple app for medications.
Check back tomorrow for three of my favorite Google Store Apps for Workers Compensation. I will also cover one that did not appear in the search results for WC apps which I have used for years.
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