Best Android medical apps for physicians
It’s always important to ask what the evidence is with any new technology in healthcare, including medical education. Recent advances in virtual reality (VR) tech offer the potential for engaging, interactive learning experiences for medical students and residents, but is there actually any evidence to support this? A recent study in the Journal of Oral […]
Many tech-based interventions exist for dementia from virtual reality to a cognitive training app, but do they work? The CDC estimates that over 14 million Americans will be affected by 2050. Dementia affects 14% of people ages 71 years and older and 30% of those over the age 90. The cost of care worldwide is estimated […]
PsychoPharm Research was created by noted physician and medical-app developer Joongheum Park MD, who is an internal medical physician. Dr. Park has created several notable medical apps, and this current one provides an interactive version of medical decision support trees for psychopharmacology. It should be noted that the medication decision support trees have backing from […]
A review of the P&M Pregnancy Passport app, a great app for expectant mothers to use during their pregnancy.
The eSLUMS app is a nice addition to the App Store that brings a validated dementia screening tool to the point of care.
The Choosing Wisely app from Consumer Reports and the American Board of Internal Medicine is a (free) must have for clinicians.
Chronic Kidney Disease Care app from the National Kidney Foundation continues the tradition of quality, handy, and free apps from that organization.
The MAGIC PICC medical app gives you useful guidelines to use at the point of care when you’re trying to decide on intravenous lines.
Managing Anticoagulation in the Periprocedural Period (MAPPP) medical app helps clinicians navigate a potentially complex subject.
Osteoporosis diagnosis and management built into an app.
Learning cardiac auscultation skills with a medical app.
A study to see if a medical compliance app for transplant patients actually works.
Litmus Health is offering researchers and academics the opportunity to use their large database of mobile health metrics for publication opportunities.
For patient populations who could benefit the most, those with chronic diseases, medical app quality is not up to par.
Directly observed therapy improves adherence to DOACs amongst AI-enabled app users
A great app from Dr. Steinberg that helps clinicians figure out the correct type of contraceptive to prescribe for patients.
A review of an anatomy app from the Johns Hopkins team.
A recent review of the privacy policies for medical apps continues to show huge gaps.
We need to take reports of Apple Watch monitoring glucose levels with a grain of salt..
A discussion on Dr. Michael Forsting’s article “Machine Learning Will Change Medicine” in the Journal of Nuclear Medicine.