Hundreds of new apps hit iOS and Android app stores every week. We’ve sorted through them to pick the best medical apps for medical professionals.

MedStar Transplant Link

The MedStar Transplant Link app enables physicians and patients to communicate directly with the transplant specialist team of the MedStar Georgetown Transplant Institute. Available 24/7 via phone or video call, the team specializes in liver and kidney transplants. Support is available throughout the process, from how to get on the wait list for an organ to surgical options.

Price: Free
Download on iTunes.

MedStar App

 

TS-C Tech in Surgery Test Prep

TS-C Tech in Surgery Test Prep was created by the National Center for Competency Testing, which has certified nearly 3500,000 medical professionals. This app provides full exam preparation for aspiring surgical technologists in one purchase; no additional in-app purchases or subscriptions are required. It also includes authentic and validated questions, multiple testing modes, and progress reports.

Price: Free
Download on iTunes.

TS-C Test Prep app

NCLEX-PN Test Prep

Much like the TS-C Tech Test Prep app, the NCLEX-PN Test Prep app was created by the National Center for Competency Testing and it’s basically the same as the TS-C version as far as user experience is concerned, but this app is specifically for prospective licensed practical/vocational nurses seeking certification.

Price: Free
Download on iTunes.

 

Physician’s Weekly CME

Physician’s Weekly CME provides physicians with up-to-date continuing education resources. This app offers offline viewing and course progress tracking. Physicians can discover courses by name or category and complete assessments and evaluations within the app to earn certificates.

Price: Free
Download on iTunes.

Gediib Score

This app was developed by the Study Group of Inflammatory Bowel Disease to be a tool for physicians diagnosing diseases of the bowel. The objective of the app is to standardize scoring and treatment in adult and pediatric inflammatory bowel populations. Physicians will find resources for the clinical scoring of Crohn’s disease and ulcerative rectocolitis.

Price: Free
Download on iTunes.

 

Here are a few of our other favorite medical apps this week:

Basic Concepts Pharmacology 5E is the tablet- and smartphone-optimized version of McGraw-Hill’s Basic Concepts in Pharmacology, Fifth Edition. Download on iTunes.

PCRM’s Nutrition Guide is the app version of the reference text by the Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine. Download on iTunes and Google Play.

The Eureka: Cardiovascular Medicine app is the tablet and smartphone version of the text of the same title. Download on Google Play.

Check out our previous picks here. And see what apps we thought were noteworthy in 2017.