Here’s how to use apps like Docphin, PubMed on Tap, and QxMD Read to get full text papers and manuscripts.
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New mobile apps offer a relatively new way of keeping up with the medical literature, however, new possibilities may arise to enhance the speed and access to key articles pertinent to clinical practice.
Medical education is increasingly about debate and discussion, not simply memorizing the latest facts. Here we comment on how apps can help apply that attitude to continuing medical education.
New York City-based startup academy Startup Health has announced the entrepreneurs in its second class of Healthcare Transformers.
Dr. Patel is a co-founder of Docphin with great plans for this new way of accessing medical literature on the go. This post is a short interview with Dr. Patel, detailing the nature of Docphin and what changes he sees in the future for the app and mobile health in general.
Docphin is a new app that seeks to create a quicker access for users to their medical library journal database without utilizing a web browser or associated portals. Additionally, Docphin allows users to customize what journals and articles they may wish to browse with a personalized page. This can be accessed via their app, which allows the user to browse and share their favorite articles and journals with colleagues on the go.
By Rebecca Coelius, MD & Rohit Keswani, MD San Francisco based health tech incubator Rock Health graduated its second class of startups on Wednesday, June 13, 2012 in front of a standing-room only audience at Practice Fusion’s headquarters. The event opened with a tour de force journey through wearable devices, big data, proteomics, and […]
Rock Health unveils their second class of startups to begin their five months at the San Francisco accelerator in January.