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How do you craft technology to save lives? An interview with AirStrip COO Matt Patterson MD

AirStrip has made plenty of headlines in the past for delivering cutting-edge apps that show live patient monitoring to iOS and Android devices. The company brings ICU, OB & fetal, and cardiology monitoring, in conjunction with nursing notes, order results, and other historical data into a touchscreen-friendly interface. Their work has been featured on Apple’s […]

Johns Hopkins ABX Guide for Android helps health providers determine correct antibiotic choices

The Johns Hopkins ABX Guide features up-to-date, authoritative, evidenced-based information on the treatment of infectious diseases to help you make decisions at the point of care. The guide breaks down details of diagnosis, drug indications, dosing, pharmacokinetics, side effects and interactions, pathogens, management and vaccines into easily accessible, frequently-updated, quick-read entries. Unbound Medicine develops mobile […]

The Incidental Finding Guidelines app helps radiologists with incidentalomas

The Abdominal CT Incidental Finding Guidelines app is an app by RadiologiQ that brings the guidelines described by the paper titled Managing Incidental Findings on Abdominal CT: White Paper of the ACR Incidental Findings Committee to the user’s fingertips. The app was developed to create an interactive algorithm version of the guidelines that can be accessed on the go.

Apple patent to measure consumer mood released

Satish Misra MD contributed to this article In a recently released patent, Apple has outlined a new strategy to make advertising increasingly personalized in a rather unusual way. Content advertisers have always known that the secret to selling is to know your audience. Apple has taken this strategy a step further by proposing a system […]