Quick reference apps are great, but only when their content is up to date.
Most eye chart apps that test visual acuity haven’t been tested and are infrequently updated.
Medscape’s lack of Android development shows why physicians are still better off with iPhone.
An innovative app that helps diabetic patients understand how different foods affect their glucose levels
In less than a year, Glass has sparked interesting experiments in the use of wearables in medicine
The Healthy Children app provides the AAP’s popular patient and parent site in mobile app form.
Researchers find that children with known disabilities made up a large percentage of the patients using an orthopedics telemedicine service.
An interesting crowdsourcing medical app that has questionable medical data backing it up.
A breakdown of the telemedicine payments in medicare’s new guidelines.
Review of a free pocket ultrasound app.
There are a few different choices for NCCN guidelines, we figure out which one is best.
Review of AAOS’s elbow exam app.
Dexcom showcased the future of diabetes data streaming directly to the iPhone and Apple Watch.
Researchers from the University of Calgary use smartwatches to diagnose different types of tremors.
Combining health tracking, virtual health coaches, and a rewards program to motivate healthy changes
BrowZine is an app that allows you to browse your library’s journals on your mobile device.
A great app for pediatricians without an EHR and for keeping up with well-child care recommendations.
A recent study analyzing the quality of stroke apps found patient’s aren’t getting quality information.
The best tools to help you better educate your patients about a wide range of heart disease.
A evidence based app that teaches providers how to discuss sensitive issues with patients.