A new report gives a pretty dismal report card for hospital apps designed for patients.
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Plenty of great new medical apps for April, here are some of them.
Rex Healthcare in Chapel Hill, NC has launched a custom mobile application for cancer patients to better manage their treatment.
The other day a physician peer of mine looking frantically through the Harriet Lane handbook to look up the dosing of a common antibiotic for a pediatric patient. I showed them a relatively simple app we have reviewed at iMedicalApps, and told them it helps save me time when writing prescriptions for patients. The response […]
Recently, Northern Devon Healthcare Trust adopted a policy and a platform that allowed non-technical employees to design their own mobile apps. The software is from British software provider NDL. The company’s awiMX toolkit is designed to allow non-technical staff to create mobile applications using a drag-and-drop interface.
By Tim Bredrup CareView Communications, Inc., an information technology provider to the healthcare industry, just recently announced the completion of SitterView, an innovative application that employs mobile technology to enable healthcare providers to better utilize patient sitters, improve patient safety, and reduce sitter costs. SitterView allows a single sitter the ability to monitor multiple patients […]
A new study shows how hand hygiene compliance improved through the use of a mobile app