Lots of medical apps for doctors, nurses, providers, and patients get released each week. We’re committed to picking the most useful ones for medical professionals as they come along. Here is our selection of must-download medical apps for Android.

eyePoint Classification Scale

The eyePoint Classification Scale app is for healthcare professionals assessing children with whole body cerebral palsy. These children often rely on eye movements for communication with others, a behavior sometimes called eye-pointing. The medical community has yet to establish standards to evaluate meaningful eye-pointing communication. University College London has sponsored this app to generate a more systematic approach and clearer communication among clinicians. eyePoint includes a tutorial and training feature and also stores recordings of patients’ looking behaviors. These recordings can be annotated and assessed using the scale. Multiple sessions for individuals can be saved within the app. Data can also be exported in PDF and CSV formats.

Price: Free
Download on Google Play

 ICD-10 Doc Guide

 nThrive Education, the leading ICD-10 educator in the United States, created this app to increase coding efficiency among all providers using the ICD-10 system. Users can search or browse codes, and each documentation code includes additional tips for improved documentation. For example, if coding for cholesteatoma, the app reminds the user to specify the location, further identify infection within the middle ear if necessary, and record any recurrent cholesteatoma. Individuals can purchase the entire guide after the free initial download, or facilities can contact the developer for more purchasing options.

Price: Free
Download on Google Play