One Medical brings online scheduling, prescription renewal, and access to your personal health record to the modern doctor’s office.
PerfectServe was recently announced providing physicians an easy way to contact colleagues directly, call patients while protecting their own caller ID, and view a history of all past patient correspondence.
Hospitalists now have an app that allows them to access SHMs publications
New personal fitness device Striiv brings games and charitable giving via the ultimate keychain.
App review of Heart Murmur Pro, an iPhone and iPad cardiology medical app, from Hipposoft, helps Users Master Cardiac Auscultation
Verizon’s Universal Indentify Service (UIS) for healthcare recently recieved an upgrade, allowing for secure access to EHRs and health information exchanges on smartphones running Apple OS, Android, Windows Mobile and Blackberry.
The SAP EMR app for iPhone strives to give a full 360-degree, unified view of a patient’s medical history, medications, X-rays, and vital signs.
Oxford Handbook of Emergencies in Primary Care is a useful handbook containing high levels of detail for those who are likely to encounter primary care emergencies such as GPs. However its spectrum of emergencies is limited and many will find that its high cost may deter some readers.
FutureNet released a digital dictation iPhone app to be used in conjunction with their cloud-based service for medical dictation and transcription.
Overall the introduction of electronic textbooks has been highly successful. The ability to carry around a mobile library on a pocket sized device is a fairly impressive technological achievement. In addition, the ability to have a well referenced handbook accessible and available at any time is very attractive. It will be interesting to see how this section of the textbook market grows as the number of smart devices increases. For this market to remain successful, publishers and developers alike are going to have to work hard to adapt their texts and marketing strategies to current economic conditions.
Connectyx Technologies announced that they are adding QR code functionality to their MedFlash Personal Health & Wellness Management (ePHM) service.
A review of an app containing a large collection of dermatologic images