Part of the popular First Aid series, this app is a great resource for medical students preparing for Step 1. However, certain deficits mean it is not for everyone.
SurgiChart is a secure, private, HIPAA-compliant web based surgical case log app, developed by surgeons, that allows them to post, plan, and share their cases.
An interview with Matt Ockendon, orthopaedic surgeon, app developer whose medical apps highlight how medical mobile technology can be successfully integrated into modern healthcare workflows.
3 groups launched an initiative to evaluate the use of mobile devices to deliver Diabetes Self-Management Training to underserved minority community in Dallas, Texas.
Review of the Pocket Guide to Hematologic Cancer Chemotherapy Protocols by Edward Chu, MD. A great app for oncologists and others that work in oncology.
This version of USMLE Step 2 Secrets is clearly a significant advancement over the second edition available from Skyscape. Whilst it is a useful resource for revision, the high cost means that it is probably too expensive for most of its intended audience.
The iExaminer is a simple iPhone 4 attachment for the Welch Allyn PanOptic ophthalmoscope that lets you do fundus exams and share videos and images.
The FDA turns its attention to clinical decision support medical apps and the discussion creates insights not only into the coming regulations but also the future of the industry.
FieldSaver gives first responders a mobile interface to gather and electronically share emergency medical services documents with hospitals and public health organizations.
What are the steps required to create a medical device that can be paired with a medical app on an iPhone or iPad? Technology review tackles this scenario in a recent article, publishing a rough outline of the various items that are required for this to work. They compiled this list by interviewing various developers […]
Consumers now have access to a new tool that helps manage their bills related to health insurance and other medical payments. According to a press release from Cake Health, the service helps consumers pilot through the complexities of insurance benefits, deductibles, network and out-of-network coverage, claims, medical bills, health savings accounts, and flexible spending accounts. The website also has a mobile iphone app that allows full access to a member’s health insurance plan and bills.
iCXR is an app covering the basics of chest x-ray interpretation and is ideal for healthcare providers/medical student interested in developing their skills.