This initiative seeks to take mHealth to the most underserved populations, which is where it may get the most bang for the buck.
Best medical apps for Family Medicine and for primary care physicians.
Much of what patient’s are asked to do, healthcare providers would have a tough time doing themselves. One reason that many of these tasks – from blood glucose monitoring to a low fat diet – are so hard is that they are generally inconvenient and unpleasant. However, as healthcare continues its move to mobile, one […]
Overall this is a thorough app with a comprehensive full overview of the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology. The evidence based treatment information including basic pathophysiology is very useful and the clinical points are useful to healthcare professionals of any level. It is expensive, although it may be worth it for those regularly involved or interested in OB/GYN, many students may find this out of their price range.
Oxford Handbook of Emergencies in Primary Care is a useful handbook containing high levels of detail for those who are likely to encounter primary care emergencies such as GPs. However its spectrum of emergencies is limited and many will find that its high cost may deter some readers.
A review of an app containing a large collection of dermatologic images
A small trial comparing a medical app to a traditional reference shows reduced errors and improved accuracy in an emergency simulation.
A native iOS App for the popular UpToDate reference Comes to the iPhone. Check out the iMedicalApps review.
This pocket sized reference book in a white coat is often as ubiquitous as the stethoscope around the neck of a medical student and other trainees. However with more and more reference books making the transition to electronic format – is the death of the pocket sized textbook nearly amongst us? McGraw-Hill have teamed up […]
A comparison between 2 blood pressure monitors – iHealth and Withings – designed for iPhone and iPad.
An education app that includes 3D anatomy models, radiology images and narrated surgical videos.
An inside look at the latest POC-IT guide from Johns Hopkins covering all aspects of diabetes, complications, clinical management and associated conditions
An app developed by the US Department of Health and Human services made for physicians and other health care providers, that emphasizes primary care prevention.