Physician vetted list of notable medical apps released last week.
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After a troubled two years, the UK’s National Health Service is closing its Health Apps Library. What can we learn from that experience?
Continuing our series on medical app development for healthcare professionals, we’ll break down your app based on functionality.
Clinical trial comes with app for parents to use.
Recruiting study participants with an app.
Dexcom app generates a code your physician can use to see your glucose readings.
Medtronic’s MiniMed Connect diabetes management device and app get early reviews.
R-helper is a medical app that will allow researchers to better study sickle cell disease.
An app that covers a lot of ground, delivering a lot of value for the price.
The Duke CPR app walks users without prior training through compression only CPR.
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