In this video we check out two of the Dragon Medical Mobile Apps (releasing later this year) for the iPhone, Dragon Medical Mobile Dictation and Medical Mobile Search. We recorded this video from Nuance’s booth at the HIMSS conference Nuance, the makers of Dragon Medical Dictation, a favorite dictation service among many physicians, announced at […]
Author: Felasfa Wodajo, MD
This is part of iMedicalApps coverage of the HIMSS 2010 Conference in Atlanta, Georgia Zynx Health was founded in 1994 by three physicians at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. Their original mission, unchanged from that time, says Carina Edwards, Vice President of Marketing and Product Management, is to improve patient care and decrease costs. […]
We discussed the features Epocrates EHR will have with one of their senior vice presidents. We were excited to learn there will be lots of iPhone integration.
This is part of iMedicalApps coverage of the HIMSS 2010 Conference in Atlanta, Georgia A common cause of annoyance for patients is filling out the same forms over and over again. While just about every adult has experienced this issue, the deeper problem is a single patient will almost always have more than one physician […]
This is part of iMedicalApps coverage of the HIMSS 2010 Conference in Atlanta, Georgia One of the numerous sessions today was a lunch hour “town hall” on the current status of CCHIT certification. This is one of many acronyms populating the language of health IT folks, especially recently, and stands for Certification Commission for Health […]
We’re live here in Atlanta, Georgia, at the HIMSS conference. This week we’ll be bringing relevant posts and interviews related to the conference in breaking news fashion. The 2010 HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) conference is now underway in Atlanta in what promises to be a signal year in the world of health […]
It is a great pleasure to present this interview with Pieter Kubben, a Dutch neurosurgeon who is an impressive amalgam of clinician, researcher, and software engineer. He is currently in a neurosurgical residency while completing a PhD in intraoperative MRI-guided surgery for brain gliomas. As if this is not enough, as a “hobby” (his term), […]
It’s probably not an exaggeration to predict medical students of the next decade will not lift a physical textbook. In fact, even ownership of a discrete entity, formerly referred to as a “textbook’, may be a historical footnote. Instead, students may simply rent the chapters they need for a particular course, paying a recurring subscription […]
Over the last few months, a great deal of time has been expended on the “hot competition” between Apple and Google in relation to smart phones. Much of this interest probably had to do with a partially imagined story of a once close friendship between Apple and Google, founded on their mutual enmity of Microsoft, […]
Campbell’s Operative Orthopedics is a cornerstone of any orthopedic surgeon’s library. This book has been transformed to an iPhone / iPod Touch Application, providing a crucial method for orthopedic providers to access the knowledge in the Campbell’s text.
Review of Evidence Central, an app that gives the user access to a number of respected medical references for up-to-date recommendations.
Review of FDA Drugs App, which provides the usual drug data of other references with the added wrinkly of providing FDA drug approval information as well.