The third edition of our iPhone top medical apps series
The SmartQuit app will soon be free for many people in Louisana thanks to a deal with that state’s health department.
A recent study reported that virtual tuberculosis (TB) clinics were about as effective as standard outpatient TB clinics.
Lessons from the internationally used project REDCap medical app, used by researchers to collect data everywhere from New York to New Guinea.
Drugs & Medications has neat features, but not enough robust info to be used over other drug info apps.
A WHO working group has released a new mHealth research checklist for the reporting of studies involving mobile health interventions.
The NIH has announced a grant to Vanderbilt & Verily to recruit nearly 80,000 patients in a pilot study.
Includes over $500 million for new health apps and web resources ass well as over $1 billion for remote care.
Penn State researchers designed an app to improve use of protective gear among at risk farmworkers.
A working group is to convene next month to start work on a broad set of medical app guidelines.
Cognitive Coach will use data from 150+ million users, medical research, and comparative effectiveness analysis to provide personalized advice.
Insights from building an app for a leading medical research platform, REDCap
A crash course on medical app design and how to make sure your medical app actually works.
Study reviews the best best loss apps currently available.
The CDC has nearly 30 apps available for smartphones. These are the ones you should download.
This list shows all the Apple ResearchKit apps you can enroll in. Physicians can recommend these apps to their patients.
A solid pedometer app that doesn’t require anything other than than a smartphone
PlayForward: Elm City Stores is a video game developed to help bring awareness and prevent HIV risk behaviors in adolescents.
ResearchKit app from USC to study how the integration of biometric data with social media could affect how we connect with each other.
Simple text messaging platform shows significant health benefits in large study.
Public health researchers at Johns Hopkins are leading an a new TB management program in South Africa using eMocha’s mobile health platform.