You can now get HIPAA advice for apps straight from the government.
Bard VR is a surgery virtual reality app that uses Google Cardboard.
A free app from the University of Michigan to help patients with every stage of breast cancer treatment.
Review of the SVS iPG app by the Society of Vascular Surgery
A list of various resources for determining how to get your app or device FDA or FCC approved.
Abbott releases device that measures blood glucose wirelessly and without pain.
You can now access all of Elsevier’s content with a dedicated medical app.
App tries to challenge the billion dollar Locums industry.
In our 2013 review, we found a lot of major flaws. After partially addressing some, Epocrates nows pulls the plug.
A useful quick reference for students & interns with some unique strengths but important caveats
Home health app from the department of health and human resources.
Department of Defense National Center for Telehealth and Technology (AKA T2) mental health app.
Another example of a medical device company utilizing apps for clinical trials.
WISQARS mobile app gives details of public health disease and mortality.
The FDA makes their Orange Book into a medical app.
A hospital guide app, produced by physicians at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
This is how researchers are using Apple ResearchKit
University of Nebraska Medical Center has launched the ResearchKit app HAND in HAND to better understand HIV-associated neurocognitive diseases.
A solid pedometer app that doesn’t require anything other than than a smartphone
Innovative medical curriculum teaching students how to learn for the future.