Stanford has launched another ResearchKit medical app, called VasTrac, for patients with peripheral artery disease.
An Ophthalmologist reviews Opternative, the digital health company that does online eye exams.
For researchers building ResearchKit apps, IBM Watson Health is providing free data storage.
CDC updates their HIV med reminder app, bringing some much needed improvements and making it a must have for HIV patients.
The watchSugar app syncs with Dexcom, enables you to see live blood sugars on your Apple Watch display.
Patients are turning to online communities of individuals, some with medical training but many without it, for help in diagnosing medical conditions & for treatment advice.
The Smiles for Life app is a great resource for providing evidence based care for oral healthcare.
The American Red Cross Monster Guard app is a great emergency preparedness and disaster response tool.
GoodRx is a mobile app and website that allows users to comparison shop for the best prices on a variety of medications.
The National Kidney Foundation has a great set of free medical apps for physicians and patients.
One Medical Group’s acquisition of Rise should show Hospital systems how virtual health coaching can be implemented into primary care.
The Assess Spasticity app helps determine if patients are candidates for Intrathecal Baclofen Therapy.
A fantastic child heart surgery app by Stanford for patient education and teaching.
Review identifies several useful, evidence-based apps that providers may choose to recommend.
VitalSnap will let patients users upload all sorts of health data to the cloud by just taking a picture of their unconnected device.
Zoll LifeVest wearable defibrillator is now approved for use in the pediatric population to deliver high energy shocks.
Orca Health’s Care Plan app is designed to help patients after clinic and hospital visits.
Instructional app that enables patients to transmit data to their physician.
The PROMIS for Pain Management app was created for a clinical trial involving sickle cell disease patients.