Wireless body area networks represent the promise and future of mHealth.
Great blog piece in Forbes by Tom Gillis — VP of Cisco’s Security Technology Business Unit — on how hospital Chief Security Officers (CSOs) are having issues with managing physician use of mobile devices at work. He had dinner with the CSOs of five major healthcare providers, who stated their biggest headache is how Doctors […]
I had the pleasure of covering the first day of the Mobile Health World Congress in Boston, which is a great event that draws an interesting crowd of leading industry thinkers representing all segments of the mobile health business. Several compelling start-ups debuted their apps at the show and numerous industry trends have emerged which […]
Last week, Epocrates announced the availability of its long-anticipated EHR platform cleverly named Epocrates EHR — but does Epocrates close relationship with pharma complicate the picture?
A comparison between 2 blood pressure monitors – iHealth and Withings – designed for iPhone and iPad.
This app is a must have for any healthcare professional who comes into contact with ECGs. The detail is sufficient to be used as a pocket reference guide by practicing
The last time iMedicalApps reviewed a range of ECG apps we decided Instant ECG by iAnesthesia was the best. Read our original review here. Two years on, the important question is whether Instant ECG is still a market leader.
The flexibility and ubiquity of smartphones has made them a natural platform for app developers targeting surgeons – among the most mobile of physicians. In this survey, iMedicalApps looks at apps currently available for surgeons.
Continuing with the iMedicalApps review of ECG applications is ECG Rhythms by Anesoft available for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. ECG Rhythms by Anesoft is a self-study application designed to develop ECG rhythm identification. The user is presented with two options upon opening the application: Select Specific Rhythms’ and ‘Generate Random Rhythm’.
Covered by iMA nearly a month ago, the New York Times takes the issue of pharma influence in mobile apps mainstream.
A perspective on Mary Jo Gorman’s argument for tele-ICU as a solution to the intensivist physician shortage.
Given the rapid advances in diagnostic medical technology over the past 10-20 years, it is more important than ever that doctors are knowledgeable about the laboratory tests available so that they can make well informed clinical decisions. This is where LabDX comes in.