The use of video lectures to supplement medical learning is only set to develop and this is a fine attempt. The quality of the content is first class however there are a number of improvements that could be made to significantly improve understanding whilst watching the videos.
UCSF & Red Hill received $1.1 million to develop computerized physical therapy games that were positively trialed on patients with Parkinson’s Disease
Remote monitoring systems integrating implanted cardiac devices, like St. Jude’s Merlin.net, have a lot of potential for integration with mobile devices.
HealthSaaS & Happtique are coming together to create a custom app catalog of mobile health apps for use in hospital and physican practice settings.
Inkling has identified a new market created by the introduction of tablet computing and has ensured their success as a result of clever thinking and unique selling points. Unique features such as purchasing books by chapter, integrating a range of media into each text are very interesting and the release of Inkling 2.0 has brought about social integration. The result is an electronic textbook based on a real book but by all intensive purposes is far more accessible and easier to learn from
The future of mHealth is “infrastructure independent care” according to Don Casey, CEO of the West Wireless Health Institute and Managing Director of the recently launched West Health Investment Fund, two of the most important initiatives in the entire mobile health industry.
Sparkpeople.com has the #1 weight loss iphone app of 204 evaluated, according to a research study at Duke University and George Washington University.
The Epocrates app for iPhone gets a significant upgrade to it’s user interface, bringing back memories of an older version of the Facebook app.
Anatomy i-Pocket fulfills its role as a flash card based anatomy refresher app. The clear diagrams and simple user interface allow relevant anatomy to be accessed rapidly whilst the level is suitable from medical student to practicing physician.
Expanded services in American Indian and Alaska Native communities could improve healthcare quality and reduce costs, says Indian Health Service official.
Safe Dose is a practical and use-friendly app which could reduce medication errors for pediatric therapeutics from Dr. James Broselow
Zeo, developer of sleep management technology, is bringing their system to iOS and Android Smartphones with the Zeo Sleep Manager Mobile for just $99.