Apple Watch app will let users control blood pressure monitor and review data, including for family members
Evidation Health to partner with digital health companies & perform clinical validation studies
The Health-Dev platform which facilitates the development of safe medical apps.
The Heartpedia app is terrific for reviewing congenital heart abnormalities
The Apple Watch in its current form is unprofessional for physicians to use with patients.
With all of these drawbacks, why use Evernote if you’re an Android physician?
This is an excellent app for learning about Ankylosing Spondylitis.
TigerText announced this week that its bringing its HIPAA compliant messaging platform to the Apple Watch.
Experience using apps to combat Ebola offer interesting insights into their use to fight infectious disease.
A recent study describes just how hard it is for clinicians to find useful apps
PoopMD enables parents to take pictures of their child’s stool and have it analyzed.
Watson Health will analyze data from Medtronic diabetes devices, health data from HealthKit, and more.
iHealth Align’s $16.95 iPhone glucose meter review.
Apple Watch will launch with a free medication reminder app from WebMD.
Doximity’s app will launch with the Apple Watch later this month and include free hands-free HIPAA compliant messaging.
Review of a physician simulation app, Clinical Sense
Apps to help you count your contractions easily.
Here’s how to use apps like Docphin, PubMed on Tap, and QxMD Read to get full text papers and manuscripts.
Recent study shows less than 25% of apps on obstetrics and gynecology are useful.
The Academy of Pediatrics is missing an opportunity in the public health space with the pricing of their apps.