Best Android medical apps for physicians
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Baidu builds an online triage tool that enables users to talk to a bot that will ask and answer medical questions.
Researchers used the Buckingham Virtual Tympanum app to see if they could improve how medical students learn about ear pathology.
FDA is hosting the 2016 FDA Naloxone App Competition to encourage the development of creative strategies to combat the rising epidemic of opioid overdose.
The new GoodRx Doctors medical app enables physicians to easily send patients coupons for prescriptions.
Smartquit is now available for Spanish speaking patients.
Federal agency issued fine after employee at a skilled nursing facility lost an iPhone with health data on hundreds of patients.
HEART Pathway app uses an evidence based algorithm from a randomized control trial to quickly risk stratify chest pain patients for early discharge.
Pebble created an enormous data set from their users sleep habits and published interesting findings.
When patients search their symptoms in Google Search, they will now get filtered results from academic sources.
Includes ways users put health data at risk , offers a reminder on what clinicians can do to help prevent data loss
For patients given a Fitbit after hospital discharge, those that either didn’t track or intermittently tracked were more likely to be readmitted.
Determine if your medical app will require FDA regulation.
Can Google Glass improve emotions, attention, and gaze in those with autism?
Do unintentional words written by clinicians signal whether a patient’s at risk for suicide?
MIT plans to turn their Hacking Medicine program into a nonprofit focused on evaluating & testing digital health technology.
A study in PLoS One compared text message based surveys to traditional surveys, finding some interesting advantages with texting.
Automated, mobile phone based system can help get critical early CPR to patients with an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.
Evidation Health to partner with digital health companies & perform clinical validation studies
Samsung’s vision of digital health includes research partnerships, open platforms