A look at how Doximity managed to reach nearly half of the physicians in the US.
Want to craft your own mobile health interventions? Start with this crash course.
Five startups will make their pitch to four cardiologists & an audience of 250 more
Psychologist Patrick Dulin, PhD explains how we can use apps to combat substance abuse.
Study finds clinical iPads contaminated with resistant bugs, subpar cleaning practices
Industry leaders at Health 2.0 share the methods behind the madness.
The New York Times has released a free evidence based workout app that can be used on all smartphones.
Should ClinicalKey be your new bedside go-to reference for clinical questions?
The looming Apple Watch has the wearable health market responding with a flurry of activity.
Highly successful maternal & child health program increases its mobile offerings.
Addressing what matters to the patient is a key to successful design.
An editorial opinion on whether Medical Apps should be ‘regulated’ by individual hospitals
To evaluate resident attitudes to the smartphone policy implemented at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University.
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Radiology smartphone apps hold promise for improvements in medical care and education. Several challenges remain for future development.
Davis’s Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests medical app provides guide on counseling and collecting tests
While the number of mobile applications have steadily proliferated across all mobile devices, Apple has maintained its hold on leading in the number of mobile medical applications.
This post will serve to raise awareness of communication apps by looking at some of their features and how they can be used in practice.
Unbound Medicine’s Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests medical app seeks to provide health care providers who order tests a robust guide to medical tests and studies.
Medical education is increasingly about debate and discussion, not simply memorizing the latest facts. Here we comment on how apps can help apply that attitude to continuing medical education.