Orca Health’s Care Plan app is designed to help patients after clinic and hospital visits.
Orca Health, a Utah-based startup, has partnered with Harvard Medical School to create a series of apps and iBooks to help patients learn about their own conditions. Currently, they have an app, Heart Decide, and four iBooks: Angina, Angioplasty, Atherosclerosis, and Cardiac Catheterization.
The newest release by Orca Health may yet be their best. Heart Decide uses stunning animated 3dimensional visualization of a beating heart as a patient education tool. The app allows the user, whether contemplating an upcoming cardiac surgery or trying to understand their heart disorder, to virtually “slice” the heart and peer into into it […]
In anticipation of a “major overhaul to the user interface and content”, Orca Health has moved their popular patient education app series “temporarily” to the free section of the iTunes app store. While the details of the overhaul are still being kept under wraps, our friends at Orca tell us the apps will see a […]
Orca Health has had quite a year. Launching their first app in in 2010, they now have a suite of ten apps with–we are promised–even more on the way. By combining stellar art work, three-dimensional interactive graphics and high-end native programming for the iPad, they have created and may well be en route to cornering […]
The third edition of our iPhone top medical apps series
Rock Health, the San Francisco health care incubator, has published a great list of digital health startups on their website that deserves to be shared.
Our picks for the best new medical apps including apps for the CDC, the National Library of Medicine, and more.
The best cardiology apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android, reviewed by the physician editors of iMedicalApps.com.
Wrist Repair is fundamentally a very simple app. Its sole purpose is to show the patient the steps required when undergoing Open Reduction and Internal Fixation (ORIF) of a radial head fracture.
The GP Ratings app has a simple goal, to effectively inform patients about the state of their local family practices using data from a national survey
Harvard Health Info is a pilot medical app that is a partnership between IBM Watson, GenieMD, and Harvard.