The third edition of our iPhone top medical apps series
Canadian researchers test simple exercise program for fatigue in patients with advanced cancer.
By pursuing clinical validation and regulatory approval, Google’s planned medical grade sensor could be a game changer.
We interviewed MadPow’s Dustin DiTommaso on crafting digital health experiences.
Public meeting set to discuss plans to establish “test beds” to trial emerging connected health devices & systems
Applications for this opportunity to hone your research skills are due 4/3/2015.
Searches for health conditions on Google will soon deliver information curated by healthcare professionals
BrowZine is an app that allows you to browse your library’s journals on your mobile device.
Here are some features you may find useful in that new Doximity account.
Report highlights major security issues with currently available apps, including health apps
Five startups will make their pitch to four cardiologists & an audience of 250 more
App uses genetic info, health history, health trackers, and more to answer questions
Read offers tools for browsing medical journals and for working with PDFs.
Industry leaders at Health 2.0 share the methods behind the madness.
Should ClinicalKey be your new bedside go-to reference for clinical questions?
Digital health investment report from Startup Health highlights potential impacts on clinical practice
The Docphin app is a great solution for following medical journals and topics
As a medical news app, MedPulse is an iPhone app that aggregates medical news.
iMedicalApps took a closer look to find out which is the best annotating PDF reader for physicians. We tested the 10 most common PDF readers with a medical paper and assessed their ease of use, reading features, price and annotating abilities.
Gamification is a big trend in mobile health. Here, we see what insights award-winning Litesprite has for others interested in going down that path.