Mobile MIM is the first FDA approved medical radiology viewing app. It allows physicians and providers to view CT & MRI scans on the iPad.
Grand Rounds, “Doctor Watson” edition, artificial intelligence and medicine
Pagers were first introduced in the 1950′s. Interestingly enough, physicians were early adopters of this then-emerging technology, paying around $10/month for the service in NYC. And for nearly half a century, pagers came to dominate communications in healthcare settings thanks to their reliability and reach. And while many things in medicine have changed, this part […]
iMedicalApps is honored to be hosting the medical blogosphere’s grand rounds this upcoming Tuesday. It’s a time honored tradition, with legendary physician blogger, Nick Genes, helping organize the various editions. The theme is going to be technology and medicine — with a special emphasis on artificial intelligence (think Watson!). With that said, we need help from our […]
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A RCT (randomized control trial) by researchers in Great Britain has shown how the iResus ACLS medical app can be used to improve physician performance in simulated medical emergencies.
A survey with a large sample size found some interesting breakdowns of mobile use by physician speciality. The lower end of the scale might surprise you.
The story of how a medical student partnered with physicians and a hospital to created a free, evidence based guideline app for the iPhone. We also do an in-depth review of this app.
The most popular medical voice to text dictation software for the desktop, Dragon Medical, comes to mobile form — a review of Dragon Medical Mobile Recorder by Nuance.
Apple released a new installation of their iconic TV advertisements. Interestingly, the commercial places a heavy emphasis on medical applications for the iPad.
In this review, we’ll go through sample diagnostic situations, showing how the Rx-Bayes app has the potential to change the way you order diagnostic tests for your patients.
The medical students at the University of Minnesota’s Duluth campus have all been given iPads to help with medical education — adding to the growing list of medical schools implementing “iPad medical curriculums”. Medical schools we’ve already covered that have given their students iPads are Stanford, University of California-Irvine, and the University of Central Florida. Why the […]