In addition to books, medical librarians are checking out iPads loaded with apps to help them do their research and treat patients
Todd Park (@todd_park), newly appointed Chief Technology Officer of the Federal government, gave an inspiring keynote address at Healthbox investor day in Chicago this week. Park, co-founder of athenahealth in 1997, is clearly very passionate about entrepreneurs and a big believer in the entrepreneur’s ability to effect tremendous disruption through invention. There has never been […]
Pocket Brain part of the Pocket Anatomy series from award winning developers eMedia Interactive. Is a fully searchable interactive 3D atlas of the human brain, with 8 layers of neuroanatomy, clinical cases, cross sections and nerve pathways allows the busy medical and nursing student or allied health care professional to visualise the human brain.
Preventice is a medical software company in Minneapolis, MN that has recently collaborated with Mayo Clinic in order to bring to market a tiny, remote body monitor.
Live coverage of investor day at Chicago-based Healthbox digital health accelerator curated from Twitter.
An interview with Thierry Semoff, Vice President of Taimma Communications, a medical developer specializing in medical education apps which has recently entered the tablet market
Improving patient health outcomes is the goal of a new initiative from the Air Force Medical Service (AFMS). This culture of wellness and healthy living is being promoted to Air Force personnel. Air Force Col. Douglas Anderson, the director of the Commanders Action Group, Office of the Surgeon General is one person behind this initiative.
iMedicalApps have covered Inkling extensively in a range of articles focusing on the various advantages of interactive textbooks and ways in which these can help students achieve better grades. Inkling recently held a medical education webcast where they extensively previewed Inkling for iPad and the new Inkling for Web. Inkling for Web hold a number of […]
Researchers at Wake Forest University have created something which could change the way that smartphones and tablet devices are charged. Called Power Felt, this newly invented fabric is composed of tiny carbon nanotubes locked into flexible plastic fibers. These fibers are able to use temperature differences to create a large enough charge to power up a smartphone.
Tumorpedia iPhone/iPad family of apps claims to be the most comprehensive mobile reference for musculoskeletal tumors, but is weak on content.
Echo Therapeutics Prelude Skin Prep System is referred to DHHS Combination Products Department, indefinitely delaying product launch in US.
The Department of Defense (DOD) has recently released a mobile app to help wounded soldiers and their families access information that can assist in their recovery and return to U.S. civilian life.