A new app store was recently launched at HIMSS’s mHealth Summit 2013 by IMS Health. The app store will not only let physicians and healthcare providers prescribe apps for their patients, but also send the app directly to their patients via secure email and SMS text.
The first in our three part series on how to utilize Nearpod for dynamic and interactive teaching sessions.
Purpose of App Review To determine the usability and functionality of a medical reference and lab value app. Introduction 3 in 1 Lab Values + Medical Reference (herein referred to as 3 in 1), is an app that consists of three components: Lab Values, Medical Abbreviations, and Medical Prefix/Suffix. Each of these sections are essentially […]
Pedi STAT is for clinicians in the ambulatory care setting, mostly. It contains medication, dosing, and other decision support when handling critically ill pediatric patients
Playing this game won’t teach you any medicine but it will let you kill some time.
SiDiary Diabetes Management is a good journal app for patients with diabetes. It has nice features and it’s easy to use.
Nearpod helps revolutionize medical education teaching using mobile devices
For many women and their partners, having a baby at a roughly planned time is critical. While most (85%) of couples will succeed in getting pregnant over a year of unprotected intercourse, sometimes it is helpful to plan or predict how and when to get pregnant. Much of this planning has to do with knowing […]
Blood Pressure (My Heart) app for Android tracks blood pressure data provided by users and allow them to see trends in their data
Cureatr has just raised $5.7 million in financing, a sizable first round for the New York based health technology startup.
Use the BMJ Best Practice app as a second opinion in the clinical setting. It’s a useful companion to the already trustworthy information found in BMJ Best Practice online.
To evaluate resident attitudes to the smartphone policy implemented at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University.