Author Archive | Satish Misra, MD
In our 2013 review, we found a lot of major flaws. After partially addressing some, Epocrates nows pulls the plug.
A useful quick reference for students & interns with some unique strengths but important caveats
New partnership to drive the development and commercialization of digital health technology for kids.
This is how researchers are using Apple ResearchKit
DreamLab app lets users share the processing power of their smartphones to analyze data related to cancer research
University of Nebraska Medical Center has launched the ResearchKit app HAND in HAND to better understand HIV-associated neurocognitive diseases.
ResearchKit app from USC to study how the integration of biometric data with social media could affect how we connect with each other.
BIDMC has launched the MyICU app in its ICUs to enhance communication with their sickest patients and those patients’ families.
We’re inviting healthcare professionals who are passionate about using these tools to improve care to apply to join our team.
The Health ePeople study will build a digital platform for research that integrates mobile health technology.
After a troubled two years, the UK’s National Health Service is closing its Health Apps Library. What can we learn from that experience?
Three new ResearchKit apps launch for autism, melanoma, and seizures including the first to use Apple Watch.
The Duke CPR app walks users without prior training through compression only CPR.
The app will collect quality of life data and conduct six-minute walk tests on patients with cardiomyopathies
Figure 1, the “Instagram for Doctors,” is going to start live-streaming clinical cases and other events
OCR launches a new site to help answer questions about HIPAA, inform future guidance for developers of health apps
A cardiology group at the VA in Dallas tested the use of Google Glass to facilitate the interpretation of coronary angiograms.
Researchers have developed an atrial fibrillation screening app that uses just the smartphone’s camera & flash.
Simple text messaging platform shows significant health benefits in large study.