TigerText announced this week that its bringing its HIPAA compliant messaging platform to the Apple Watch.
Doximity’s app will launch with the Apple Watch later this month and include free hands-free HIPAA compliant messaging.
Here at iMedicalApps, we’ve made no secret of our belief that much of what we are seeing emerging in mobile health is in need of a guiding evidence base. Fortunately from the time that we published our first app review more than four years ago to now, we have seen a significant rise in interest […]
Should you as a patient be offered the option to see what’s on the screen? Do patients think that this information is any different from a paper with a list of medical findings which are often gibberish to anyone outside the field of medicine? Recently, researchers at the University of Louisville began addressing these issues through a survey of 250 patients and family members. The survey sought to assess their perceptions of physicians using PDA’s / smartphones in their presence.
Today, March 9th, is a big day for certain participants in this year’s South by Southwest (SXSW) located in Austin, Texas. Health 2.0 and AT&T have teamed up to host SXSW’s official Mobile App Hackathon. While the title may be a bit misleading, the goal of this contest is to challenge developers, UI/UX designers and researchers to build mobile health applications–all within a period of 24 hours. The contest is being held in the Austin Convention Center.
A useful app for surgeons which provide another option for communication during consultations, or for medical education purposes.
This is an app review for the Vox Spanish-English Medical Dictionary and Verbs App, which provides English to Spanish and Spanish to English translations of medical terms.