The third edition of our iPhone top medical apps series
Top Apps for Infectious Disease
The best new medical apps of the week include a new diabetes app, an app covering ALS, and a new HIV/HCV reference app
The Davis Global Center will use a holographic theater, quarantine simulation center, and other virtual reality and augmented reality gear for clinician training.
After implementing a virtual consult system in their EHR for infectious disease evaluation, the VA Boston Healthcare System found more patients received needed care faster.
Achu is a medical app that uses data from Fitbit and algorithms to predict if you’re getting sick.
Flumoji helps users track symptoms & share that information with researchers working to improve disease surveillance.
The 2016 Anti-infective Guidelines app is an excellent infectious diseases app that has been proven to reduce inappropriate antimicrobial prescribing
Partnership focuses on pairing software and hardware more tightly for mobile lab testing.
A “lab on a chip” built into a USB stick, the device can run off any computer or tablet with a USB and diagnose HIV from small blood samples.
Medication entry is pretty straightforward. Patients start by typing in a drug name.
Zika app lets users report places that pose a risk for spreading Zika by supporting mosquito breeding grounds, sharing data with public health officials.
The OpenZika project will use the collective power of idling computers worldwide to screen millions of compounds for potential drug therapies against Zika.
Positive Health Check is the most recent medical app by the CDC designed to help those living with HIV improve their health outcomes.
IDC is an alternative to Sanford and Hopkins infectious disease guides.
The Antimicrobial Companion from the NHS is a great tool for antibiotic stewardship.
Boston Children’s hospital has released a hepatitis C Researchkit study called the C Tracker app.
If you’re developing a health app, your work doesn’t end with release. Here are some tips and pearls on managing your health app after it hits the market
NYP OnDemand, from Columbia and Cornell, will provide services that include virtual consults, urgent care visits, and second opinions for patients.
Just because Withings Thermo is FDA cleared doesn’t mean it’s accurate.
We look into how you can design a medical app that uses a web server to deliver frequently updated information to your users.
Federal agency issued fine after employee at a skilled nursing facility lost an iPhone with health data on hundreds of patients.