The TAVR Risk app is a free app that supports patient-physician communication by giving patients hard numbers to consider.
Tag: Decision Support
The OrthoFlow app is an orthopedic surgery app for managing orthopedic surgery injuries.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has just released a new app containing their most current guidelines for “Hospital Care for Children”
In our 2013 review, we found a lot of major flaws. After partially addressing some, Epocrates nows pulls the plug.
An app to help clinicians learn about how to assess and manage statin intolerance
New Watson Genomics platform will analyze patient genetic data, provide recommendations
App uses genetic info, health history, health trackers, and more to answer questions
Echo Lab is an outstanding resource for anyone who interprets echocardiograms. It is additionally an excellent example of a well-designed clinical decision support tool for anyone interested in designing resources for other niche areas of medicine.
Today, IBM and MD Anderson announced the development of a prototype of a platform designed to provide treatment recommendations for and help guide the management of oncology patients.
Walking out of your patients room, you pull out your smartphone to dictate a quick progress note. You note that your patient, hospitalized for a hip fracture, is complaining of bilateral leg swelling and orthopnea. Once you complete your dictation, you are immediately presented with the transcribed text. In addition, you see two flags. The […]
Doctor’s Toolbag app is an excellent app to help understand, calculate and manage patients with specific conditions. The user interface is clear and it is easy to find relevant information. The strong evidence support provided with each test will help assist doctors make clinical decisions.
The FDA turns its attention to clinical decision support medical apps and the discussion creates insights not only into the coming regulations but also the future of the industry.