The third edition of our iPhone top medical apps series
Top Apps for Plastic Surgery
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
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.
Drain IQ is a surgery medical apps that patients can use to keep track of output from drains surgeons place after surgery.
A Swiss medical animation studio is testing a virtual reality app that creates a virtual cadaver lab to teach trainees human anatomy.
Epocrates continues to hold its place as a must-have drug info app for healthcare providers or students.
One of the best features of MPR is the clinical charts organized according to disorder. Find out if this should be your go to drug reference.
New interactive Q&A tool & best practice guide help developers of health apps navigate a complex and confusing regulatory maze.
Drugs & Medications has neat features, but not enough robust info to be used over other drug info apps.
PostopQRS uses structured questionnaires to help patients track & share details of their recovery from surgery.
A crash course on medical app design and how to make sure your medical app actually works.
We’ve reviewed a lot of outstanding comprehensive medical reference apps. Find out where ClinicalKey ranks among them.
Our second article in this series for physicians and healthcare professionals, focusing on how medical apps share data.
HIPAA and security in medical app design that physicians should know about.
Surgical simulation app continues to improve with new features and 3D design.
A team from Cornell Tech, Open mHealth, and TouchLab is building the long awaited counterpart to ResearchKit for Android
This list shows all the Apple ResearchKit apps you can enroll in. Physicians can recommend these apps to their patients.
We’re inviting healthcare professionals who are passionate about using these tools to improve care to apply to join our team.
Continuing our series on medical app development for healthcare professionals, we’ll break down your app based on functionality.
Figure 1, the “Instagram for Doctors,” is going to start live-streaming clinical cases and other events