Best medical apps for Family Medicine and for primary care physicians.
Top Apps for Family Medicine
Caio, cadavers! CWRU begins 32-student trial of award-wining virtual reality HoloAnatomy lab
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 […]
California-based medical health company Carrot Inc. recently announced that its Carbon Monoxide Breath Sensor System (COBSS) has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) with 501(k) clearance for over-the-counter use.
The best new medical apps of the week include a new diabetes app, an app covering ALS, and a new HIV/HCV reference app
Apple, Verily, and Samsung are among the companies joining FDA program that aims to get digital health products to market faster.
A recent feasibility test on a new telerobotic ultrasound system at the University of Saskatchewan has shown promising results.
Institutions around the world are testing the use of virtual reality to help patients at the end of life.
The Mobile.Net study, with 1,000+ patients, tested text messaging to support medication adherence in patients with mental health conditions.
A Phoenix-area hospital, Banner Health University, is launching a pilot program for using virtual reality in the delivery room.
According to a recent study, suicide related searches on Google spiked after the release of 13 Reasons Why, a Netflix show about suicide.
A review of the P&M Pregnancy Passport app, a great app for expectant mothers to use during their pregnancy.
The Blurred Minds app takes users into a virtual reality house party, helping them learn about making responsible choices.
The eSLUMS app is a nice addition to the App Store that brings a validated dementia screening tool to the point of care.
Researchers from several universities presented results of studies using Kardia Mobile for atrial fibrillation screening
dminder is a very interesting app that likely will prove popular with those obsessed with vitamin D.
AlgoMed is an intriguing new app that attempts to put over 1,000 high-quality medical algorithms, from 23 different medical categories, into one mobile app.
AlzDxRx is a good, free app from a county medical foundation that attempts to put helpful tools into the hands of providers.
This week’s list includes a new medical app for patients with atrial fibrillation, an app to support palliative care, and a new oncology app.
In primary care we see a high volume of upper and lower respiratory infections. Just last week, I evaluated an upper respiratory infection, an asthma exacerbation and a possible pneumonia vs. COPD exacerbation all in the same morning clinic. Primary care providers are constantly under fire for overprescribing antibiotics. However, some patients actually have community-acquired, […]
Aum Cardiovascular has received FDA clearance for Cadence, a device that uses acoustic and ECG signals to non-invasively screen for heart disease.