Best Android medical apps for physicians
Author: Paul Cerrato
UDI check is an app that enables health providers to verify unique medical device identifier codes.
Stanford has launched another ResearchKit medical app, called VasTrac, for patients with peripheral artery disease.
Fitbit and Dana Farber partner on clinical trial to see if weight loss and physical activity can reduce breast cancer recurrence.
Prevent a HIPAA breach by encrypting your laptop – it’s free and easy to do.
How you can utilize VPNs and also Google’s suite of services or HIPAA protection for smaller medical practices.
Make sure you’re using a VPN if you are sending patient information on an unsecured network.
Boston Children’s hospital has released a hepatitis C Researchkit study called the C Tracker app.
GIVMED is an innovative medication sharing application based out of Greece. The app brings the sharing economy mindset to medications.
The BU Dermatology app utilized the infrastructure of Dermatologistoncall to diagnose skin pathology.
A device that claims to measure core body temperature non-invasively.
A medical app that is part of a prostate cancer research study.
AstraZeneca and Voluntis have created an app to monitor two key side effects of anti tumor drugs.
Smartquit is now available for Spanish speaking patients.
Boston Children’s has launched a research app called Feverprints.
A virtual care app that enables family members to participate in eVisits.
A dermatology telemedicine study was done to see how well dermatology diagnosing apps perform.
The Medi-Cal app is for Medicaid patients in California.
There are the three Apple CareKit apps that have recently launched.
Digitally manage INR using CoaguChek.
The VLStreaming app and Airtraq adaptor enables you to do video laryngoscopy using your iPhone