SHOTS provides the user with various up to date immunization schedules (i.e., adult/adolescent and children’s (updated Feb. 2012), combination (updated 2011) and catch up) and vaccine specific, regimen, medical and age specific supplemental information regarding vaccines.
Pharmacists (Hospital, Retail)
Anyone contemplating how to create their own app already has a vision of what that app will look like and how it will work in their own head. By teaching yourself design principles—both visual and interaction—you will be better equipped to flesh out your app idea and maximize its appeal. You will avoid making clumsy mistakes that go against typical design conventions and, with a little creativity, generate your own conventions for others to shamelessly steal. Teaching yourself to code actually works against this because you begin to think about and conceptualize your app based on your limited coding skill set. Instead of thinking about your project from a user perspective, you begin thinking about the guts inside it and how the nuts and bolts will fit together to make a working product.
Today, March 9th, is a big day for certain participants in this year’s South by Southwest (SXSW) located in Austin, Texas. Health 2.0 and AT&T have teamed up to host SXSW’s official Mobile App Hackathon. While the title may be a bit misleading, the goal of this contest is to challenge developers, UI/UX designers and researchers to build mobile health applications–all within a period of 24 hours. The contest is being held in the Austin Convention Center.
We have considered a range of note-taking apps-it is now to time to recommend the best note-taking app for healthcare professionals. Overall many of these apps offer similar levels of functionality although there are two clear market leaders- Note Taker HD and Notes Plus. Although the learning curve associated with Note Taker HD can be steep, it has become the leading note-taking app which can use a stylus. It is highly recommended to all healthcare professionals who want to take notes on their iPad in a variety of situations
The Epocrates app for iPhone gets a significant upgrade to it’s user interface, bringing back memories of an older version of the Facebook app.