A paper that shows the process of developing an oncology app.
Author: Jay Agarwal MD
Study shows mobile device use is high in emergency department patients.
Using resident surveys, study lists apps ENT trainees are using.
Study evaluates if physicians are prescribing apps
Study shows how smoking cessation apps are missing opportunities to innovate.
Systematic review analyzes studies on surgery apps and had surprising findings
A study looks at App Store user ratings for medical apps.
neuReference is an app developed to help medical students on their neurosurgery rotation, junior neurosurgery residents and those who are rotating through neurosurgery as residents.
PillTalk is an app that was created for healthcare professionals to have easy to access information about any medication their patient may be on.
The app was developed for medical professionals taking care of these patients and to help support their clinical judgement.
The Lange’s Top 300 Pharmacy Drug Cards app for 2014-2015 is one of many apps created by Usatine Media. This app is an electronic version of the flashcard set and was developed to possibly replace the physical version.
The Vaccines on the Go App was developed by the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). It was created to make finding accurate information about vaccines easier for parents.
The Diabetik app is a way for patients with diabetes to track and manage their disease.
•The GoodRx app is a great way for patients to find the best prices for their medications.
The LearnENT app is an extremely useful resource to quickly reference and learn about the basics of otolaryngology.
The Abdominal CT Incidental Finding Guidelines app is an app by RadiologiQ that brings the guidelines described by the paper titled Managing Incidental Findings on Abdominal CT: White Paper of the ACR Incidental Findings Committee to the user’s fingertips. The app was developed to create an interactive algorithm version of the guidelines that can be accessed on the go.
The ERres app is a resource that contains many of the most used calculators, decision rules, and medications that are used in the emergency care setting.
Crystal Clear Solutions has developed the Anesthesia 411 app to be a useful tool for anyone involved in the anesthesia care for the most common surgical procedures.
We review the CliniCalc medical calculator and compare it to the similar MedCalc app to determine which is a better buy.
The AcademyQ Otolaryngology Knowledge Self Assessment Tool app is a great question bank resource for physicians and residents in the field of otolaryngology.