Combining health tracking with direct feedback on health impact using health data takes medication tracking apps in a new direction.
Two clinical trials are set to get underway testing this wearable ECG monitor in atrial fibrillation screening.
There is a growing body of evidence that app store user ratings of a health app are totally unrelated to the quality and effectiveness of medical apps.
Johns Hopkins study will collect data on epilepsy using the Apple Watch.
Specialty care in the Emergency Department shows good patient satisfaction.
The GBR app helps you find the generic names for brand name drugs.
If IBM’s Watson could speed up preliminary results of radiology images it would completely change ER workflows.
We reviewed hundreds of new medical apps released in June and picked out the twelve most exciting.
Personalized medicine is a great concept, but reality is different.
Dexcom’s new CGM skips the receiver, with the sensor sending data directly to the iPhone app via Bluetooth.
A simple app for a specific common clinical need – identifying implanted cardiac devices.
Developers of the ImmunizeCA app described their approach to developing a resource to educate parents & track vaccinations, and detect adverse effects