Best pediatric medical apps for pediatricians
This week’s list includes medical apps for calculating insulin dosing, helping clinicians manage renal disease, and radiology education.
According to a recent study, suicide related searches on Google spiked after the release of 13 Reasons Why, a Netflix show about suicide.
The Blurred Minds app takes users into a virtual reality house party, helping them learn about making responsible choices.
The Royal Society’s annual Summer Science Exhibition is featuring an innovative take on virtual reality (VR) this year – using VR to study the elaborate structure of the genome. Designed through a collaboration between the University of London and Universita di Napoli, the project’s stated goal is to better under underlying genetic causes leading to […]
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.
The Choosing Wisely app from Consumer Reports and the American Board of Internal Medicine is a (free) must have for clinicians.
An Australian hospital, tech start up, and local zoo partner to deliver a virtual reality experience that eases anxiety, pain.
Researchers from the University of Virginia used text messaging to promote safe sleeping practices for infants.
Caremap is a CareKit enabled app developed by Boston Children’s Hospital with Duke Health System for parents to track their kids health.
New York-Presbyterian Komansky Children’s Hospital has announced that the launch of virtual doctors visits for kids via the NYP OnDemand app.
TeamSTEPPS 2.0 pocket guide is a wonderful companion app to the AHRQ TeamSTEPPS program, which helps improve communication within the patient care team.
This week’s best new medical app include a new personal health record app for Colorado Medicaid patients, a new rheumatology reference app, and more
A study from Canada Health Infoway asked patients and clinicians how telemedicine visits impacted their day to day lives.
Interesting digital health stories clinicians will actually care about. This week, we see a former digital health pioneer bite the dust, NASA’s plan for health in space, and more.
Apple is reportedly making a secret push to turn the iPhone into a personal health record.
FDA Director Scott Gottlieb has announced big changes in how the FDA approaches digital health, including plans for third party certification.
The Poisoning and Drug Overdose Quick Reference app from the CA Poison Control and AgileMD is an outstanding addition to the app store.
Many of us use iMessage to communicate with our colleagues about patients or with patients directly. But is that HIPAA compliant?