The iRVU app is a simple and extremely resourceful tracker of your dily work whether its in a clinic, in the ER or in the hospital, yet it probably needs some further enhancements before it becomes an essential part or your practice.
Tag: apps for doctors
Mediprocity aims to take advantage of cloud technology to take HIPAA compliant communication a step further
Clinical Evidence is a useful Android app for those physicians who want easy access to evidence based judgments at the point of car
Review of the PreOp Eval App for the iPhone from Dr. Joshua Steinberg of Wilson Family Practice
Readers of the iMedicalApps forums will have seen that Evernote was rated particularly highly by a number of commenters when asked ‘How do you use mobile technology to help with your studies’. As a result of this, I was encouraged to try Evernote out for an extended period and see what impact it could make upon […]
Almostadoctor app on the iPhone proved itself to be a handy tool for medical students and young professionals. Let’s see how the Android version fairs in comparison to the iPhone’s.
3D Muscular Premium Anatomy is a worthy addition for any healthcare practitioner interested in musculoskeletal anatomy. The combination of impressive detail and 3D graphics mean this app is a market leader
USMLEWorld Qbank Mobile App is an excellent addition for anyone who uses USMLEWorld. The interface is easier to use as compared to the desktop version. For long sessions, have a power cord on hand or use WiFi to save on battery life.
A review of the Harrisons’ Manual of Medicine 17th Edition app
A review of the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Diagnosis app
ICD 10 Disease codes app is a purely functional app with a basic UI. The chronic use of adverts was extremely off-putting and frustrating. I would not recommend this app to anybody unless they had a desperate need to carry an offline copy of the ICD 10 codes.
DoctorMole represents a fantastic step forward for telemedicine and teledermatology. Whilst this app is no substitute for professional medical advice, it is a great example of how mobile technology can positively impact community healthcare and preventative medicine. Perhaps the only drawback to this app is that there was no way to share the results/photos taken with the app with your family physician which would surely enhance the doctor-patient relationship.