The Sunlight Foundation has launched a health care app called Sunlight Health as a tool to empower consumer choice when making health-related decisions. The app, available for Android and iOS, takes publicly available information from governments and non-profit groups and divides it into three catagories; (1) health care facilities, (2) medical suppliers, and (3) prescription […]
The impact of mobile devices and recent technologies decreases malpractice claims by providing accurate, recordable information.
Army is testing electronic medical records on the Android and iOS devices — with plans to approve a platform in December.
10th Hour Anesthesiology Review: A great review app, but overpriced
By: Manoj M. Lalu
A plethora of review apps exist for our colleagues in internal medicine, but in anesthesiology this category of app is just beginning to develop. 10th Hour Anesthesiology Review, an app developed by Dr. Avinish B. Kumar from the University of Iowa, is a pricy but nice addition to this category.
Part 1 of a 2 part series discussing social media and its impact on health care.
Emergent Management of Trauma is a fine introduction to the trauma environment and this app ensures that this is accessible to all levels of healthcare professional; from student to nurse to attending.
A native iOS App for the popular UpToDate reference Comes to the iPhone. Check out the iMedicalApps review.
Proponents of the “gamification of healthcare” have had a summer filled with accomplishments to support the their cause, particularly in recent weeks as a couple leading academic institutions have made it abundantly clear they believe the gamification trend is more than just a passing fad.
If you use Fujifilm systems, you can now access radiology images on your smartphone — iPhone, iPad, and Android.
The second emerging trend in the mobile health ecosystem that became clear at the 2011 Mobile Health World Congress was the idea of a “platform of platforms” (PoPs) business model.
PreTest Pharmacology is designed for students preparing for the USMLE Step 1 and general pharmacology exams. While is well designed resource, its price may be an issue.
A review of a retinal pathology app for iPhone, ideal for medical students