A summary on what went on in TEDMED 2013. Great speakers and amazing technologies.
The Assess for DBS medical app was created by medtronic to help physicians evaluate and identify if patients should be referred for DBS
Box is positioning themselves to be a leader in the cloud storage healthcare market with 10 new application partners.
A recent study in JAMIA evaluated whether medical residents in Botswana had better clinical reference access through mobile medical applications over searching through PubMed4Hh.
BioAid is an iOS hearing assistance app for individuals with hearing impairment. Here we take a look at the potential it represents as an advance in aids for patients with hearing impairments.
Steps presented for learning how to prototype a new app, starting with pen and paper.
ACC Pocket Guidelines provides users and clinicians with guidelines, tool, references, and other important applications used by professionals in the field of cardiology
Kinsa Health is an iPhone app that aims to provide users with the current “Health Weather.”
The SafeDose Pro app acts as a guide to calculate the appropriate dose of a medication for your patient and even help you track when it was given.
This app gives users access to 100 images focused on a variety of pathology, accompanied by brief explanations, but without appropriate references.
SCALE HIV is an app that allows clinicians to manage virtual HIV patients and gives them access to real resources.
We take a close look at award-winning iBlueButton app and discuss it with Dr. Bettina Experton, founder and CEO of the company that developed the app. A #TEDMED 2013 find.