iMedicalApps is pleased to announce that we are going to be launching our very own annual design awards for medical apps. The reason for this is we want to reward developers for the hard work that they have put in to making their medical apps. Furthermore, we want to highlight apps which we feel are […]
Blip is a product of Blipcare, a company with two main creations to date — a Blood pressure monitor and a weight scale. The common theme between the two devices is they connect to your home Wi-Fi, not your phone or computer. Blip’s Blood pressure monitor is FDA approved. At first glance, the Blip Blood […]
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Janssen Healthcare Innovation has launched a new mobile medication adherence application called Care4Today.
mHealth commentary on Open mHealth, an initiative to create an open source mobile health innovation and development process to improve patient outcomes
In healthcare, the ability to collect data does not mean that we should. As mobile health tools become increasingly sophisticated and pervasive, both physicians and patients alike will soon to face an avalanche of data without any guidance on how to use it. Qualcomm Life’s announcement, at its annual Uplinq conference, that on August 15th […]
Readers of the iMedicalApps forums will have seen that Evernote was rated particularly highly by a number of commenters when asked ‘How do you use mobile technology to help with your studies’. As a result of this, I was encouraged to try Evernote out for an extended period and see what impact it could make upon […]
The role for synchronous and asynchronous communications in healthcare is important due to the necessity of choosing the correct method at the right time for a particular clinical concern.
A review of the Harrisons’ Manual of Medicine 17th Edition app
A review of the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Diagnosis app
In this installment, we look at whether smartphones are distracting for clinicians, discuss the Lancet iPad journal app, and look at a cool new device that helps you track your fitness called the Nike Fuelband. Additionally, we demonstrate how easy it is to check out an iPad from a medical library, review an app that contains health advice for patients, and lastly, we show you the future of TEDMED.
Health 2.0, an organization/movement that wants to bridge the gap between technology and healthcare, recently announced that the Hokie Health Code-a-thon which will be held April 13-14 in Blacksburg, Virginia. This two day challenge will bring together people and teams from a variety of professions and talents with the goal of developing applications that enhance care quality, safety and efficiency. This contest will require teams to develop prototypes of the apps they are creating and will be given the opportunity to show off their product.