Calorie Counter for Android tracks your caloric intake and generates helpful visuals as you reach your weight loss/gain goals
Jawbone has acquired two innovators in mHealth: Visere and Massive Health.
Medrills: Army Cricothyroidotomy teaches through an effective combination of passive and interactive learning activities.
IBM’s artificial intelligence system known as Watson (the one that beat Ken Jennings on Jeopardy) is now being used to help treat cancer. This is nothing short of revolutionary in evidence-based cancer treatment.
Need help during an emergency? This is the app you want your patients to have around
This video review introduces CounterMind’s HANDI that was used in conjunction with the Denver Public Health for vaccinations.
Review of the CDC MMWR mobile app for iPad, including a video review.
Nightingale, winner of the Health Design Challenge, provides an integrated visual interface for electronic medical records.
Orca Health, a Utah-based startup, has partnered with Harvard Medical School to create a series of apps and iBooks to help patients learn about their own conditions. Currently, they have an app, Heart Decide, and four iBooks: Angina, Angioplasty, Atherosclerosis, and Cardiac Catheterization.
5 question interview with Lexicomp on their mobile app suite and developments they are undergoing.
Interactive iBooks could be a game changer in high education, but only if they become accessible for more devices.
Welch Allyn’s iExaminer is the next step in ophthalmoscopes for your practice. The device, which recently received 510(k) clearance from the FDA, simply clips on to your iPhone 4 or 4s and gives you all of the benefits of your old ophthalmoscope with some added advantages.