Best Android medical apps for physicians
Author: Eli Sprecher, MD MPP
PoopMD enables parents to take pictures of their child’s stool and have it analyzed.
App for parents to track their kids health & prepare for well care visits
CellScope is easy to use and an overall practical add on to your iPhone.
Without guidance from the American Academy of Pediatrics, experts step in with their advice.
KidsDoc is an app for parents, with content from Barton Schmitt, a pediatrician who has written many phone triage books used by pediatric practices.
DrawMD Pediatrics is an easy-to-use app that gives clinicians the ability to use more sophisticated visual aids
Point of care Pediatrics antimicrobial app.
With increasing rates of diabetes in kids, this app brings guidelines to the point of care.
The Healthy Children app provides the AAP’s popular patient and parent site in mobile app form.
A great app for pediatricians without an EHR and for keeping up with well-child care recommendations.
Find out if you should use this app in a pediatric code or crisis situation.
An app to help measure, monitor, children’s growth
The Yellow Book app has terrific content but is overpriced.
A comprehensive resource but with important limitations that mean use with caution.
The Proband app from CHOP is a great idea but needs a little more work
An app that enables secure communication with real potential to improve care.
PediQuikCalc Version 3.0 is a comprehensive pediatric and drug dosing calculator
Two dermatologists reported the first case of iPad associated contact dermatitis.
A great platform for keeping up to date on Pediatrics literature and news.
The Red Book app is a useful replacement for the 1058 page paper version, but doesn’t capitalize on mobile.