A review of the iPhone USMLE Step 1 Déjà Review app, a relatively affordable way to prepare for the knowledge – but not the application – component of the USMLE Step 1.
South Africa is rolling out new projects aimed to improve access and lessen the burden on the health system using mHealth technology. Similar to telephone interpretation services available in many US hospitals, this cell phone-based medical interpretation service provides interpreters trained in 32 different South African languages for medical interviews and patient communication.
AT&T’s pilot program and its implications for mobile health care and cloud computing
For residents and medical students, this medical app could provide utility by helping to master the physical exam in an innovative fashion.
Medical apps are a big business, but not because of the apps. In this two-part series, we look at how the physicians who use these apps became the product.
Pfizer’s mobile phone based clinical trial and its implications for pharma, drug trials, and mHealth
NYU rolls out PatientSecure, a biometric palm scanning technology, to help securely and efficiently ease registration.
iMedicalApps is hiring, we’re looking for summer / fall interns.
Genetics 4Medics by Apps4Medics Ltd presents an app, which attempts to present an often-confusing set of diseases in a simple format. And while it does the job, this app isn’t for everyone.
The revered CHEST journal comes to mobile form, available for the iPhone & iPad, and is free for a limited time.
Why Apple joining the Bluetooth standards group could usher in an ear of new bluetooth medical devices.
Engadget does a hands on review of the Withings iPhone blood pressure cuff, just released.