Many medical practices and dental offices are planning to spend thousands of dollars to buy tablet computers in 2012.
Review of the Sexually Transmitted Diseases Color Atlas and Synopsis App from Usatine Media/McGraw-Hill Medical
Wahoo Fitness announced that their new product, BlueHR, a bluetooth 4,0 heart rate monitor that wirelessly transmits data to a smartphone,will work on the iPhone 4S
Discussion over the top 5 top medical apps of 2011 named by Apple’s editorial staff, with a description of each and links to iTunes
Its no secret that healthcare providers are adopting tablets at a rapid pace – one survey found that over 25% of physicians own a tablet and that was nearly nine months ago. This trend, both with tablets and smartphones, has generally been bottom-up; physicians, PA’s, NP’s, nurses, and other healthcare providers are buying consumer devices […]
By: Danielle Jones, MS3 Obstetric wheels are a mainstay in clinical prenatal care, but they aren’t exactly optimal for carrying around. Their bulky shape makes them difficult to store anywhere other than in a white coat pocket and the flimsiness of their design allows for significant wear & tear with regular use. If you’re anything […]
Informative review of Ajaya Vanumu’s Lab Values App for iPhone by a medical student user. Explains pros and cons and provides basic information regarding the app.
Review of the Smoking Cessation i-Pocketcards App for the iPhone/iPad from Borm Bruckmeier Publishing
IBM’s Watson, a super computer that is famous for defeating two human champions on Jeopardy, has a new role at Cedars-Sinai’s Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute in Los Angeles, California. Watson will essentially advising oncologists, evaluating various variables from evidence-based cancer treatment options and providing solutions to physicians in a matter of seconds.
Description: Review of the CCO (Clinical Care Options) HIV inPractice App, a Point-of-Care Resource for the iPhone/iPad for Questions about HIV
Review over the Coursesmart digital textbook, Neuroanatomy Through Clinical Cases by Hal Blumenfeld, 2nd ed (NTCC) for the iPad
Widespread use of mobile devices by physicians is putting patient data at risk according to a Ponemon Institute survey.