Best Android medical apps for physicians
Author: Iltifat Husain, MD
Rebel EM by AgileMD is an app that takes the website RebelEM and organizes the content into easy to ease, point-of-care accessible information. The website RebelEM was founded by Salim Rezaie MD and is run by a group of academic Emergency Medicine physicians. The website provides great blog posts that are peer reviewed, and focus […]
For those physicians on Android, one of the most popular medical calculator websites, MDCalc, is finally available to download in the Google Play store.
Quickly upload critical documents into EPIC’s electronic medical record utilizing the Haiku or Canto app.
These “not so obvious” medical apps range from orthopedic apps to toxicology apps to ultrasound apps.
Essentials of Emergency Medicine lecture delivered by Iltifat Husain.
The Wills Eye Hospital has created a free glaucoma app for patients based on a study they performed with patients.
A quick point of care tool for physicians to get treatment pathways for patients they are actively seeing.
Apple’s SOS feature from Apple Watch is now coming to the iPhone in a new software update.
The American Academy of Pediatrics released a great policy statement on screen time for children. There are several helpful recommendations for parents.
The great fracture management app, OrthoFlow, is now available for Android. This medical app is useful for Emergency Physicians and Orthopedic Surgeons.
This radiology learning app tests how quickly you can interpret imaging.
The iPhone’s new home button could render iOS devices useless in the hospital setting due to the inability to appropriate sterile them.
Positive Health Check is the most recent medical app by the CDC designed to help those living with HIV improve their health outcomes.
Your current Citrix Receiver app on Mac doesn’t work with Apple’s newest operating system.
A medical app for pharmacy students to teach them how to identify errors.
The most popular medical app just got a redesign.
The VADable app is a ResearchKit study from USC’s Keck School of Medicine for patients with LVADs or other ventricular assist devices.
The popular Aspirin Guide app is now available for Android and as a webapp.
Quickly earn category 1 CME credit using UpToDate through your EMR.
Simply asking developers to source the medical and health content they provide in apps could easily solve the quality solution in the App Store.