New Swine Flu App Released, Made by Harvard Medical School

There has been a flurry of H1N1 applications, and they are all a bit hard to differentiate. There is a notable app that was recently released. The app, HMSMobile Swine Flu Center, was developed by Harvard Medical School and costs $1.99. This is the first Swine Flu App in the App Store with a big-time […]

Diagnose a Heart Murmur with a Stethoscope? There’s an App for that…in the Future?

This past week Reuters reported on how Zargis Medical(auscultation software) was cleared as a developer for iPhone apps and more importantly, peripherals for the iPhone. The following is a quote from Zargis Medical in the article: The future of healthcare delivery is about connectivity and mobility. Zargis’ expertise in computer-aided auscultation and our advanced medical […]

App Giveaway, USMLE Buzz Flashcards

The developer of USMLE Buzz Flash Cards App, Andrew Yu, has graciously given us some promo codes to distribute to our readers. We’re in the process of reviewing this application, but so far we really like it. These flashcards are quick hitting facts that are high yield and useful for Step 1. I’d compare them […]

Anatomy Lab App Making Big News, Finally

The medical app, Anatomy Lab, has been making some big news over the last few days. There have been a good number of blog posts and articles, and CNN.com even has a feature on the app! We actually reviewed the app awhile back in August. We knew back in August how special this app was, […]

Is Access Medicine coming to the iPhone?

has a report on how McGraw-Hill is partnering up with ScrollMotion to bring their textbooks to the iPhone. ScrollMotion develops iPhone apps, and has an e-book reader for the iPhone, called Iceberg reader. Most academic institutions have Access Medicine, the subscription service that delivers most of McGraw-Hill’s medical textbooks. The Harrison’s Internal Medicine text is […]