Author Archive | iMedicalApps
Continuing our series on medical app development for healthcare professionals, we’ll break down your app based on functionality.
Health wearables want us to move, but are facing an uphill battle.
A guide for physicians and healthcare professionals on the basics of building a health or medical app.
Even though Apple Watch was used to diagnose a heart arrhythmia, there are several red flags to beware of.
How to file a patent for a health or medical app.
A review on what types of health and medical apps you can patent.
An app designed for surgical trainees, the app falls short on backing up its answers with references
A guide to the FCC’s now finalized rules dedicating spectrum for the transmission of medical data
Using the PerfectServe platform to text message your physician colleagues about patient care.
Quick reference apps are great, but only when their content is up to date.
An interesting crowdsourcing medical app that has questionable medical data backing it up.
There are a few different choices for NCCN guidelines, we figure out which one is best.
Review of AAOS’s elbow exam app.
PreOpEval14 app helps physicians medically clear patients for surgery
Review of a lab app that gives medical differentials based on results.
A great evidenced based medical app that helps you perform various MSK exams effectively
An ADHD medication calculator app that helps you convert and titrate ADHD meds.
Review of the medical app, Oxford Sport and Exercise Medicine
Medial app that helps formulate infectious disease differentials
Biodigital app tries to help with anatomy learning by using a virtual cadaver.