A review of five note taking apps that utilize a stylus pen for the iPad. This comprehensive review looks at how well these apps allow you to take accurate notes.
[Ed. iMedicalApps will be bringing a weekly summary of mobile medical information from relevant news sites. Let us know if you find these summaries useful or other suggestions in the comments section.] Mobile medical news Fountain valley regional hospital in California releases an app for patients www.prnewswire.com My Humana Mobile wins “best medical app” at […]
More and more patients these days are seeing their physician pull out an iPhone or iPad to look up drug dosing information, review lab and radiology data, or help teach them more about their medical condition. And as developers, and the increasing number of physician-developers, continue to find more creative ways to bring medical resources […]
Physicians are no exceptions to the old rule that the only things in life one cannot avoid are death and taxes. Unfortunately, doctors also have to add one more perennial misfortune: malpractice lawsuits. Nearly 61 percent of physicians age 55 and over have been sued, with nearly one medical malpractice claim filed for every physician, […]
PreTest USMLE Review Apps have potential to be great, but fall short because of simple issues. In this review we take a close look at this app series.
In Japan, a medical app for the iPhone is helping those in medical need, and is currently the most downloaded application in the Japanese iTunes Store.
MediBabble Translator has set a new standard in regards to medical translation apps with some innovative features — and it’s free!
Neuromind has appeared on both our Top 10 and, more recently, our Top 20 Free iPhone apps list in December 2010. NeuroMind is the #1 downloaded neurosurgical iPhone app and, in the last year, has been updated with native iPad and Android versions, further extending its reach.
The regulatory status of medical apps, i.e mobile medical software, has been in limbo for some time now while observers have been watching the FDA for clues as to what role it will play. Clearly, some apps do play a role in guiding physicians in making diagnoses or making treatment decisions. Others simply provide information […]
Four reasons why the Apple’s iPad will beat the Android tablet for hospital use: iPad’s head start on the tablet category, their improved Enterprise solutions, lack of fragmentation, and the pending data that will be released from the iPad’s integration in current hospital settings.
Billed as the “the first and only standalone electronic prescription application for smart phones”, iPrescribe allows for easy electronic prescription using an iPhone app. Doctors can upload their patients’ information via the web interface and favorite prescriptions can be stored
Epocrates is one of the hottest IPO’s of this year. Not everyone thinks it should be.