The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has recently released a bulletin which outlined and discussed the very present security risks associated with smartphones and tablets that are used as Medical Devices (MDs).
EnduringFX and n4a Diabetes Care Center have been chosen as finalists in the Sanofi-Aventis sponsored Data Design Diabetes Challenge.
3D Consultation by 3D Practice, developed by CommVantage inc provides chiropractors and even orthopaedic doctors with a powerful patient education tool at the point of care. Using high quality 3D medical animations to describe a variety of common pathologies it is likely to improve the doctor patient relationship, and help with patient satisfaction and compliance.
InstaMed, the self-proclaimed PayPal of Healthcare, has raised $14 million to continue growing its transaction volume.
A helpful tool to work through a common problem encountered in inpatient medicine, likely best utilized by medical students and junior residents.
Reprints Desk, a technology company, has recently released an app that is allows medical reprints to be displayed on mobile devices and tablets such as the iPhone and iPad.
iLiver is a useful, well designed free app for those who are interested in liver disease. Its pure focus on this can be a drawback and there are certainly one or two areas of improvement. Despite this, it is still a first-rate app and worth downloading.
Morgenthaler Ventures has announced that applications are open for the 2012 DCtoVC Challenge for health IT startups.
By: Joe McMenamin, JD, MD Yesterday, FCC unanimously adopted the proposed medical body area networks (“MBAN”) rules discussed on iMedicalApps on Wednesday. FCC’s decision opens up frequencies for such networks, allowing patients to rid themselves of some of the wires that presently connect them to medical monitors. It is expected that this decision will stimulate […]
Blueprint Health, the NYC-based digital health accelerator, is seeking applications for the summer session, which begins July 23rd.
This app will never be a replacement for a trained interpreter. However, most hospitals have one interpreter for many patients, if not the whole hospital. This app helps to allows a practitioner with a basic knowledge of Spanish in an emergency setting to quickly assess a potentially critical patient when an interpreter is not rapidly available.
This is the archive of the fourth #mHealth Tweet Chat that took place on Wednesday, May 23, 2012 at 9pm EST/8pm CST. We discussed favorite apps, mobile devices, accessories and peripherals, and the ways that we use mobile technology with our patients and in our practices.