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We have a copy of the just released Handbook of High-Risk Obstetrics app ($50), and we’ll be posting our review soon. Today is the last day for the AnatomyLab App giveaway. We have a few contestants so far, so if you want a chance to get this $10 app for free sign up before midnight. […]
Fish4Health is a free application that provides fish information for pregnant and nursing women. This app is particularly useful for all the Obstetrics providers who get asked about fish consumption by their pregnant patients. Purdue University provides a lot of the information about this application (fish4health.net), so it has a solid academic backing. The application […]
This app is aimed at improving patient and healthcare provider communication. The app includes massive amounts of pictures showing different pathologies. The most key feature included are the short concise videos that can be used to explain medical diseases to patients.
Zepherella is an online company with an innovative online healthcare billing system that makes payment transactions between healthcare providers and patients easier. Continue on for our take on the possible implications to healthcare providers.
Courtesy of AnatomyLab.com, we’ll be giving away one free copy of their AnatomyLab Application (usual price is $9.99). We just reviewed this app in our prior post, and from our review you can tell it’s not just an app for students, but can be used by a host of healthcare providers. You can find it […]
Walk yourself through a complete dissection of a cadaver. This app definitely has a “cool” factor in addition to the obvious utility it provides to medical students while studying for gross anatomy.
Our list of the Top 7 Medical Apps for the iPhone
This is a Healthcare ICE app (In Case of Emergency)
This free app helps you look up drug dosing, interactions, and pricing. It provides similar functionality when compared to the free version of Epocrates and Skyscape.
This is one of our favorite medical applications. It helps you learn your heart sounds by giving you examples of key pathologic heart murmurs.
Well it looks like CallMD, the website that offers online and phone medical advice from doctors and nurses is teaming up with A.D.A.M. (company that provides medical technologies). A.D.A.M. already has an app out (pictured), called Medzio Health Manager. The app allows you to search for medical topics based on your symptoms and it lets […]