[Ed. On Thursday, we will publish an opposing viewpoint from another editor. Let us know what you think in the comments section.] The rush of manufacturers to bring tablet computers to market was much in evidence at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The tablet market was […]
Review of four free to almost free medical calculator apps: MedCalc, Epocrates medical calculator, Skyscape medical calculator, and Calculate by QxMD.
A look at how innovations in communications will transform the way healthcare is delivered, starting with a look at Avaya.
Here we review the Clot Rx App for the iPhone and iPad from Insight Therapeutics, an app that attempts to “provide the busy practitioner with quick access to information on the use of antithrombotic agents.”
Over the past several decades, healthcare has evolved into a discipline practiced in the home to one practiced in specialized medical facilities. According the CDC, there were 1.1 billion ambulatory care visits to physician offices, emergency rooms, and hospital outpatient facilities in 2009. However, in recent years, it seems that the pendulum has begun to […]
Apple is now selling the iHealth blood pressure cuff in their online store, and is featuring the device prominently.
In a video featured during the iPad 2 keynote speech, Apple focuses on how the iPad can change the way physicians practice medicine.
App Review of IMAIOS mobile, a fantastic anatomy learning reference tool for the iPhone. But some key drawbacks, such as pricing and lack of iPad support are worrisome.
[Ed. The article below is simultaneously published today by iMedicalApps.com and the Journal of Surgical Radiology (http://www.SurgRad.com), a widely read, peer reviewed journal] In just a few short years, smartphones with advanced operating systems have sparked a bright new era of mobile medical applications. Although the Blackberry smartphone had been the device of choice for […]
This past week yielded a surprisingly impressive release of quality free and paid medical apps for both the iPhone and iPad. Those in cardiology have a couple app releases that should make them very excited, but this list also contains many apps that primary care and other specialists should be interested in as well.
OsiriX, one of our favorite DICOM radiology viewers, is finally on the iPad
In an example of the how quickly smartphones have penetrated the traditional realms of medical education and training, a recently published article in The Surgeon (Journal of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons of Edinburgh and Ireland) reviewed the ways in which iPhones (and their Android and other smartphone brethren) can be applied in the workday […]