A crash course on medical app design and how to make sure your medical app actually works.
The mActive study shows promising results, increasing the amount that people walked by using smart texting with pedometers.
Using the iPhone for evaluating symptoms, researchers have created a ResearchKit concussion study app.
Study reviews the best best loss apps currently available.
This year’s best new medical apps for iPhone & Android cover a lot of territory and surprisingly most are free.
A free medical app from reputable sources, the Child Protector app is an important resource.
OrthoGuidelines app delivers evidence based clinical practice guidelines and appropriate use criteria for a wide range of orthopedic pathologies.
A new study has shown promising results for a depression app, MoodHacker, in symptom improvement and education.
A simulation-based education tool that has some strengths but its limitations should give clinicians pause before using it.
The CDC has nearly 30 apps available for smartphones. These are the ones you should download.
Survey of nearly 200 internal medicine and emergency medicine residents shows how trainees are using smartphones on the wards.
We’ve reviewed a lot of outstanding comprehensive medical reference apps. Find out where ClinicalKey ranks among them.