Bite-Sized Medical News Emphasizing Evidence-Based Medicine Written by Residents for Students, Residents, and Junior Physicians People who know me, know that I love evidence-based medicine! Talking about the latest medical evidence and debating if/how/when to apply it to a particular patient at the point of care is what led to my interest in medical apps […]
The Most Current Concussion Guideline in a Web App Concussions remain a hot topic in the media, especially during football season. I recall hearing about concussions throughout medical school, residency, and especially during my time in the military with the media surrounding TBI and PTSD. The media frenzy around concussions really took off in 2015 […]
A look at some of the COVID-19 risk tools that can help with determining if a patient needs to be admitted or discharged.
Help Your Patients Build Healthy Relationships Through Engaging Activities Since 9/11, the country has been at war. This longest conflict in U.S. history has resulted in an enormous number of active duty soldiers and veterans with mental health concerns. Part of the response to these issues was the creation of numerous apps by the Department […]
The VA Brings to Bear a POC App for Improved Stroke Outcomes Acute stroke is frequently a terrifying and devastating disease process for patients. Currently, acute stroke remains the fifth leading cause of death in the United States and nearly 800,000 patients per year suffer a stroke. Stroke is both preventable via treatment of hypertension […]