Best Android medical apps for physicians
BrowZine is an app that allows you to browse your library’s journals on your mobile device.
Psychologist Patrick Dulin, PhD explains theory & evidence behind the Step Away app
Industry leaders at Health 2.0 share the methods behind the madness.
Smartphone games used to perform detailed assessments of cognition.
Proteus receives funding boost to make ingestible sensors embedded with pills standard.
A startup aims to use algorithms to match patients and therapists based on their needs and expertise.
A recent study explores how passively collected data can be used to remotely detect low mood and depression.
We interviewed Divya Dhar on her experience on going from clinical medicine towards bringing Seratis to fruition in the digital health industry
iMedicalApps recently interviewed Stacey Chang, Associate Partner and Director of Health & Wellness at IDEO, on what he sees in mobile health technologies and what healthcare professionals — physicians, dentists, pharmacists, and even medical students — should ask themselves when crafting their own apps.
Pfizer announces plans to test Akili Lab’s Project:EVO app in clinical trials; the app is designed to detect deficits in executive functioning.
The Papers3 app builds on the Papers mobile app with additional features and a redesigned user interface
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The Postnatal Depression Test Pro app provides an electronic version of the EDPS for perinatal care providers and their patients.
In this review, I will provide information about an IQ estimation app that may be a helpful screening tool for medical professionals.
The UCSF NeuroExam Tutor medical apps seeks to help providers master screening and comprehensive neurologic exams
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.
Med Mnemonics Flashcards medical app seeks to provide a one-stop resource for medical mnemonics of all sorts to help learners remember.
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.
The PubChase medical literature app aims to provide a “smarter way” to search biomedical literature, with cloud storage and organization capabilities.