Our Carolinas app offers a simple way to access Carolinas HealthCare System wherever you are. Key features include:
To use the app, you must have an active MyCarolinas account.
You know all that important data you’re tracking with health apps like FitBit and JawBone? Now with the MyCarolinas Tracker app, patients can store and view all of this information and their medical record in one place.
Don’t have a MyCarolinas account? Use the Carolinas Tracker app to store your tracking data from various health apps all in one place.
Developed by Carolinas HealthCare System and Levine Children’s Hospital, The Amazings’ goal is to help kids recognize their asthma triggers (such as pollen, cigarette smoke and pollution), avoid dangerous triggers and stay vigilant about their health. In a fast-paced, runner-style game, children can now battle the evil “Lord Hake” while avoiding asthma triggers. Intended for children with asthma ages 7 to 12 years old, “The Amazings” game is based on the latest asthma research.
The Carolinas HealthCare System employee mobile app. To use the app, you must have an active Carolinas HealthCare System network account. Some features of the app require your current location.
Hernia repairs are among the most common operations performed in the world. The Carolinas Equation for Determining Associated Risks (CeDAR) predicts the risks and financial impact of wound-related problems following ventral hernia repair.
CeDAR provides surgeons and patients with a powerful tool that can predict individualized wound outcomes after abdominal hernia surgery. It also offers information on types of hernias and their treatments. Users simply answer eight questions about themselves, including height and weight. A percentage chance of developing specific postoperative complications requiring treatment is calculated along with the corresponding cost of this treatment. These results can then be used to discuss a patient's risk for wound problems after surgery and what they can change to improve the odds for a good result.
Hernia repairs are the most common operation performed worldwide. The Carolinas Equation for Quality of Life (CeQOL) predicts the incidence of chronic pain following inguinal hernia repair in males.
Male users answer 18 simple questions about themselves, their hernia and their current quality of life (QOL) status as it relates to their hernia, and a percentage chance of having some form of discomfort one year following surgery is produced and interpreted. The goal is to provide surgeons and patients with an educational tool that can predict QOL outcomes after inguinal hernia surgery and offer patients educational materials on types of hernias and their treatments.