Best Android medical apps for physicians
Author: Steven Chan (@StevenChanMD)
A worthy first start for a depression app that seems appropriate enough to consider “prescribing” to patients with some caveats
UC Irvine’s new iSurgEd program helps surgeons teach with iPads, iBooks, and iTunesU.
The upcoming Health 2.0 9th Annual Fall Conference in Silicon Valley will take place this October 4-7, 2015, with more than 150 speakers.
A recent meta-analysis looked at use of ecological momentary interventions, like that used by apps, in anxiety therapy
SAM, a freely-available app, provides anxiety tools, techniques, and social support.
StartUp Health, Health 2.0, and Rock Health all have released mid-year reports.
Can Google Glass improve emotions, attention, and gaze in those with autism?
Do unintentional words written by clinicians signal whether a patient’s at risk for suicide?
Could an Internet-delivered web platform help those suffering from depression?
How can a digital health startup gain momentum?
In developing countries within Africa and Asia, an integrated cloud-based mobile-accessible medical record platform is transforming health.
YouTube 360-degree videos and Google Cardboard virtual reality features in medicine
How some wellness and mental health apps are causing worse behaviors.
Review of Johns Hopkins Psychiatry Guide app
Making an actual impact on health means engaging with Android
We review SAMHSA’s Suicide Safe app, available for free on iOS and Android.
VA online program, VetsPrevail, has helped more than 30,000 veterans.
Android Wear’s smartwatch medical apps can track blood sugars for those with diabetes, heart rate, and medications.
With all of these drawbacks, why use Evernote if you’re an Android physician?
MediSafe streamlines lists and spreadsheets of medications into an easy-to-use, flexible, synchronizable app.