Best Android medical apps for physicians
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The SpotCheck 2 app was developed to allow users to send their “spots” to dermatologists for their review and advice
Unbound Medicine’s Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests medical app seeks to provide health care providers who order tests a robust guide to medical tests and studies.
The Evidence Based Primary Care (EBPC) app aims to provide metrics and probability calculations for a large number of laboratory, imaging, symptoms, and physical findings.
You can now access key ACOG resources through the ACOG app.
Ringadoc is an affordable answering service geared towards healthcare providers.
The ICD Sherpa app seeks to provide a quick-and-easy database of ICD-10 codes.
I think that medical conference apps should have their own section of the medical category of the app store and that they should be automatically removed after the date of the meeting.
Documentation is one of the most time-consuming, laborious, but necessary parts of medicine. If technology existed that enabled us to document all our thoughts, rationales, examinations and actions through the course of the day automatically, we may be able to see significantly more patients than we currently are able to. Being able to quickly look […]
Merlin.net, St. Jude’s remote monitoring system, gets a major upgrade including the ability to sent alerts to a physician’s smartphone when a patient experiences an event. As another step in the right direction, it also gives us a lot of insight into what the future of healthcare may be.