The nearly $5 million investment in Exco Intouch is yet another positive sign for mobile health, particularly in clinical trials where it could significantly lower costs and improve quality.
The Eponyms App has 1700 eponyms and 28 searchable cateogories, making is a useful reference tool for medical students and higher.
Sigler Drug Cards is a useful app for reviewing pharmacology concepts for medical, pharmacy, and other health care students.
A recent article 9to5mac.com talks about a potential new app that will allow users the ability to run Android apps on an iPad and for that matter on any iOS device. Is this really true?
Vodafone Americas Foundation has announced its annual Wireless Innovation Project in partnership with the mHealth Alliance and $650K in potential awards for participants
Antibiotics Manual is a well-organized, attractive, and intuitive app that contains thorough information for 188 antimicrobial drugs.
NeuroVigil is merging neuroscience, non-invasive wireless brain recording technology and advanced computational algorithms to create an accurate and automated reading of brain wave data.
A new report by Manhatten Research states that 56 million US citizens have accessed their medical record through an EHR system, with 41 million interested.
Apple’s inclusion of Bluetooth 4.0, know also as the Bluetooth Low Energy protocol, in the new iPhone 4S may be the single greatest leap toward realizing the pervasive computing environment often referred to as “Internet of Things”.
The winners of the CTIA Enterprise and Applications 2001 event, listed today, were selected from 10 categories and hundreds of submissions to 10.
Researchers at Caltech show a smartphone device that can monitor growth of cells in a petri dish in real time.
WPI researchers were able to convert a smartphone into a medical monitor using an app that measures vital signs using the built in video camera.