Top 3 iMedicalApps posts of the week

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Here at iMedicalApps.com, we realize that healthcare professionals lead busy lives and may not always have time to read everything we post in a given week.

Fear not! Starting today, the iMedicalApps team will periodically provide you with the most popular posts of the week–in an easy to digest format.

So without further delay, here are the top three posts of the week:

Endosync brings cloud-based wireless endoscopy to the iPad: iMedicalApps exclusive hands on review

In this exclusive review from iMedicalApps, we look at the  Endoscync wireless video transmitter and companion iPad app.

This amazing device and software program allows any endoscope to send its video data wirelessly to a nearby iPad, which thus replaces the traditional video monitor as well as functions as a simple report generator.

This is a unique article that the iMedicalApps team was able to bring to you first. We were even featured on Mashable.com as a result:

Check out our full coverage review for more info.

Which iPhone Version works best for medical professionals

This is another popular post that we had up this week. In this article, we answer a very simple yet relevant question for medical professionals. Namely, which iPhone should a medical professional get?

We delve into the model types and their hardware differences and even comment on the various memory options available. All these factors are combined in order for us to come up with our best recommendation.

Can’t wait for our answer? Check out our take on which model works best for the busy healthcare professional.

Numerous Health Innovations Challenges already announced in 2012

This last post highlights the recent health innovation challenges hosted by a variety of public and private sponsors who are each offering very attractive awards to developers.

We showcase the Discharge Follow Up Care Transitions Challenge, the Alzheimer’s Challenge 2012, the AllScripts Million Hearts Initiative Clinical Decision Support Challenge, the Janssen Connected Care Challenge and finally, the 2012 Data Design Diabetes Challenge.

All these challenges seek to improve the lives of patients through the application of technology. Want more info? Check out the latest challenges and ways you can enter the competitions.

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