A new study shows how hand hygiene compliance improved through the use of a mobile app
A medical app review of Contraception i-pocketcards for the iPhone, from iMedicalApps.com, your source of non-biased app reviews by medical professionals.
For anyone interested in mobile health, the pace of new developments, partnerships, and innovations is dizzying. In this series, we pore through the latest in the mobile health world and pick a few articles that we think are interesting and convey important developments. Be sure to let us know what you think by adding your […]
Some of our favorite iPhone and iPad medical apps have finally come to the Android platform — and 5 medical apps we’re hoping come to the Android marketplace soon.
Last year, we reported how the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Medicine were doing a stroke trial comparing the performance of diagnostic radiology on a mobile device using the ResolutionMD app verse a standard clinical reading work station. Our article last year focused on how Health Canada, analogous to our FDA, had approved the device for medical diagnostic use. […]
An app developed by the US Department of Health and Human services made for physicians and other health care providers, that emphasizes primary care prevention.
A review of an outstanding new app for patients with speech difficulties. MyVoice allows patients to input customized phrases that are read out by the app, helping them to communication with others.
The top 10 internal medicine medical apps that physician residents, and even those done with residency need to check out. Almost all the apps are free.
A new comprehensive report from researchers at the University of Cambridge examines the promise of mobile health applications in developing and developed nations.
For anyone interested in mobile health, the pace of new developments, partnerships, and innovations is, at best, dizzying. In this series, we scour through the latest in the mobile health world and pick a few articles that we think are interesting and convey some important development. Be sure to let us know what you think […]
Recently, the Wall Street Journal did a great piece on how mobile technology is being used in medicine. They looked at the major avenues of use — from the hospital to personal to emergency care settings. They gave an example of how a cardiologist has stopped carrying a stethoscope, and now just uses mobile ultrasound, […]
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