Author Archive | iMedicalApps Team
Review of the CDC vaccination recommendation app and how to use it with your patients
CancerRx is a useful tool that recommends molecular testing based on tumor type
Who owns the health metrics you input into health care apps? The answer is surprising.
Based on a summation of recommendations from these groups and evidence based criteria, we will publish an article with recommendations on apps that can be used for concussion assessment.
Welcome to the PainDiary App by AppDoc. This is an extremely simple and useful app. It uses mobile technology to replace the paper pain diary and adds many unique features.
Vargo anesthesia, which has made over 15 medical apps for the Android and iOS platforms, teamed with two CRNA’s and a PA to create a compendium of over 400s anesthesia case tips.
The app covers most of the common exam tests and is ideal for the beginner or intermediate healthcare professional learning to perform the shoulder exam
The Healio: Orthopaedics Today app covers updated topics in all orthopaedic specialty areas and has relevant health policy, business practice, and industry information important to anyone involved in orthopaedics.
The Multiplier app is a great resource that contains many easy to use calculators for predicting these various heights, limb lengths, and growth remaining curves
Quick medical diagnosis and treatment is essentially a condensed version of the larger and more expensive Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment previously reviewed.
Free Neuroradiology Cases is a simple and effective introduction to neuroradiology findings.
Psych on demand is the first medical app that cleanly concentrates on psychiatric forms.
Ustatine has teamed with McGraw Hill and created the First Aid for Step One app
The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) is utilizing this Event App service for their 2014 Annual Meeting.
Chest X-ray training by Polwarth Medical is a multiple choice study tool for those needing a basic overview of chest x-rays.
Insights on the Smoke Free app, a smoking cessation app that prompts users to complete a diary of their cravings over the past 24 hours.
Overall, these apps are full of useful information and have innovative features that make them great tools and highlight their potential for greater impact in the future.
A look at how social media tools like Twitter and Facebook are being used by the Red Cross, FEMA, and others to manage their disaster response efforts
Pain management pocketcards almost gets it right. The app consists of a few genuinely useful reference cards, though, the user interface is somewhat of a let down.
iMedicalApps sat down with Dr. Noah Craft, the Chief Medical Officer of VisualDx, at this years mHealth Summit in Washington, D.C, to discuss some of the advances VisualDx has made in the last several years.