It appears that an issue with the FitBit Force causing a rash might be more widespread than initially believed
Humetrix announced a new upgrade of their iBlueButton app to allow caregivers to manage records for themselves and family members, plus share Direct Address links — like an e-mail — to send patients updates to medical records.
The Jawbone UP24 ($149) and Fitbit Force ($129) are quite similar–they both are worn around the wrist, both add sleep and nutrition tracking, both offer silent/vibrating alarms, both feature passive/continuous bluetooth syncing, both offer 7+ day battery life, and both offer excellent third-party integration. Regardless, spending time with the two devices reveals that each has a different personality and approach to the quantified self movement.
“Physiology at a Glance” is a good textbook but is it a good app?
The editors at iMedicalApps have recently published a paper in the International Journal of Clinical Practice on “How to identify, assess and utilise mobile medical applications in clinical practice” as an introductory guide for medical partitioners looking to incorporate their mobile devices into clinical practice
Today we will take a look at NeuroSlice, an app developed by Dr. Sanjay Manohar.
The Spot Dx app is a Radiology application designed to help medical students develop skills for making a quick assessment of clinical data and to arrive at the appropriate diagnosis.
Gamification is a big trend in mobile health. Here, we see what insights award-winning Litesprite has for others interested in going down that path.
Review of the Basis B1 Band, which is an outstanding activity tracker, and clearly one of the best on the market.
Diagnose is a medical app available for both Android and iOS that attempts to aid physicians in the difficult task of providing evidence based diagnosis through the use of pre- and post-test probabilities and likelihood ratios.
CDC STD Tx app is great for providing information about treatments and you can certainly trust its contents.
An editorial opinion on whether Medical Apps should be ‘regulated’ by individual hospitals