Johns Hopkins study will collect data on epilepsy using the Apple Watch.
The GBR app helps you find the generic names for brand name drugs.
If IBM’s Watson could speed up preliminary results of radiology images it would completely change ER workflows.
We reviewed hundreds of new medical apps released in June and picked out the twelve most exciting.
Personalized medicine is a great concept, but reality is different.
Instant Blood Pressure app has finally been removed from the App Store.
Young adults with JIA were given access to an online portal with various features.
Even though Apple Watch was used to diagnose a heart arrhythmia, there are several red flags to beware of.
Review of the AAP’s asthma care app for physicians.
The director of fitness for Apple Watch reveals future health plans for Apple.
SBIRT app uses validated tools for screening and intervention for substance abuse.
The Healthy Brain app enrolls patients in a research registry focused on brain health, providing tools to assess and manage risk factors.
A paper that shows the process of developing an oncology app.
UC Irvine’s new iSurgEd program helps surgeons teach with iPads, iBooks, and iTunesU.
PEPtools app helps you motivate patients with shared decision making.
Teaches health providers key OB emergencies and how to manage them.
ID app that uses a mixture of symptoms and Epi to help make the correct diagnosis.
A test to see how Google translate works for medical translation.