One recent piece, by Margaret McCartney, was published in the British Medical Journal titled “How do we know whether medical apps work?”  It is a nice short read, where Dr. McCartney lays out the overriding utilization of smartphones and tablets in our daily lives to both play games, manage our daily activities, and search […]
Scrambl is an iOS app that tries to help those who are in the SOAP by aggregating general data about programs quickly. This app only includes information about Internal Medicine programs.
The JAMA Network Reader (JN Reader) web app provides access to JAMA and the remaining 9 contemporary journals within the JAMA network.
A recently released study by Carter et al. assessed the extent of mobile medical applications with usability in vascular practice. Overall, the authors noted that the study demonstrated a short supply of medical apps designated for vascular surgical utilization.
The following is a list of the notable medical apps released for Apple’s iOS this past week.
Thinking outside the box with innovation is the way to go at TEDMED. We have some interesting experiences we want to share with you today.
The US Navy is developing a game-based iPad app that will train soldiers in techniques to handle stress.
The Bates’ Pocket guide app brings the 7th edition of the print copy straight to the examiner’s inquiring hands.
Wrapping up the first full day of TEDMED yesterday, we had the opportunity to hear from a lot of interesting speakers and presenters. The aim of interdisciplinary events such as this one is to provide healthcare professionals creative ways of solving problems. One speaker in particular reminded us that no intervention or idea exists in […]
MyVisionTrack, an app that allows patients with degenerative eye disease to monitor their own visual function, has received 510 (K) clearance from the FDA.
As the second day of TEDMED starts, we delve deeper into the issue of turning big data into real wisdom
Doctors have replaced 75% of a patient’s skull with an implant created by a 3D printer.