Widespread use of mobile devices by physicians is putting patient data at risk according to a Ponemon Institute survey.
CourseSmart have certainly put their stamp on the particularly exciting development of online textbooks and resources. The wide range of medical textbooks available and ease of accessibility are sure to help ensure CourseSmart become a popular resource for both students and educators.
Alcosystems has developed the smallest extremely accurate alcometer which will radically increase quality and reduce costs of alcohol-related mHealth services.
Comprehensive, well-designed app for review of sepsis that would be easily utilized by a wide range of healthcare professionals.
Chicago-based digital health incubator HealthBox has announced its inaugural class of 10 startups.
A review of a Wards 101-ipocketcards, which covers common ward issues for internal medicine, critical care, and emergency medicine.
Researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute received a $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation to develop a smartphone diabetes app
Maestros Mediline Systems announced the release of their portable ECG device which is being promoted as a high tech tool for use in rural areas
This review critiques the Shoulder Doc application form the perspective of a practicing shoulder surgeon. We weigh in on the likes, dislikes, surprises and benefits of this application to the shoulder surgeon and lay public
I had the opportunity at last week’s mHealth Summit, along with iMedicalApps senior editor Felasfa Wodajo, to sit down with Julien Penders, program director of the Human++ program at the Holst Center, a division of imec. The Holst Center houses 2500 engineers, computer scientists, and other developers doing disruptive research in Europe very similar to what […]
iMedicalApps has launched a new forum for the mobile medical community — a place for physicians, medical students, and other professionals
A niche product that is tailored for Anesthiologists to practice a required skill.