Recently, the Wall Street Journal did a great piece on how mobile technology is being used in medicine. They looked at the major avenues of use — from the hospital to personal to emergency care settings. They gave an example of how a cardiologist has stopped carrying a stethoscope, and now just uses mobile ultrasound, […]
Apple should continue their success with the iPad by introducing a 7-inch model to better appeal to a wide range of customers.
Why the iPhone is a better choice than Android phones for physicians, residents, and medical students.
The challenges the Android Marketplace poses for the medical app developer are real, including the initially poorly implemented piracy controls, lack of promo codes and the size limits of the apps.
[Ed. The article below is simultaneously published today by iMedicalApps.com and the Journal of Surgical Radiology (http://www.SurgRad.com), a widely read, peer reviewed journal] In just a few short years, smartphones with advanced operating systems have sparked a bright new era of mobile medical applications. Although the Blackberry smartphone had been the device of choice for […]
Watson’s recent win in Jeopardy has caused some to proclaim the AI computer could help or even replace some physician tasks – these proclamations are a bit exaggerated.
A medical school tests the iPad and a Lenovo tablet for gross anatomy test taking.