By: Felasfa Wodajo, MD and Iltifat Husain, MD and Satish Misra, MD A recent editorial piece in the Washington Times would have you believe the FDA’s desires to regulate a portion of the medical apps will be a death blow to the multitude of potential benefits offered by mobile technology. This isn’t the first time […]
Interview with Chris Berka, CEO of Advanced Brain Monitoring in regards to their products and receiving small Business Innovation Research grants.
by Tim Bredrup The University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) and eResearchTechnology, Inc. (ERT), recently announced the launch of their joint venture CLEAR Study, a program to help patients suffering from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). COPD is a progressive and chronic inflammatory disease of airways that typically occurs in middle-aged and older patients, and […]
A Spyglass Consulting report concludes that tablet computers have a positive impact on healthcare, but are not currently game-changers.
WeSprout aims to bridge the gap between health records and community, giving parents the tools they need to make better choices for their children.
This article reviews PediCalc, a decent one-touch pediatric drug dosage calculator that allows customization of medications and dosages.
by Tim Bredrup Video Guidance, a visual communications company, is helping Hazelden, a private, nonprofit alcohol and drug addiction treatment center, visually connect therapists to patients after they have completed their residential program. The application is called Telehealth and connects patients with the tools, support, and fellowship needed to build new lives in recovery from […]
GymPact wants to incentivize your exercise using serious financial rewards, both positive and negative, to force compliance with workout regimen.
The AMA released a free app called Weigh What Matters that encourages users and their physicians to establish goals for a healthy lifestyle.
Review of the MediMath Medical Calculator App by Evan Schoenberg, MD, for the iPhone/iPod Touch
Abstracts and speaker proposals for the Medicine 2.0 Conference in Boston are due on March 7, 2012. This will be the 5th World Congress on Social Media, Mobile Apps and Internet/Web 2.0 in Medicine and Public Health sponsored by the Journal for Medical Internet Research.
iMedicalApps exclusive of the Endoscync wireless video transmitter that can send endoscopy images to an iPad for viewing