A simple, yet potentially useful adaptation of a clipboard could find a home on the hospital wards if Clipboard+ meets its fundraising deadline on Kickstarter in one week. The idea is that hospital residents and students still need to write on paper, but that juggling a smartphone or tablet while trying to hold paper is […]
Tag: iPad accessories
When my physician peers who know I’m the editor of iMedicalApps get their iPads, one of the most frequent questions I receive is not about the type of app to get — rather, it’s about the type of accessories. I’ve decided to make a summary of the research we’ve conducted at iMedicalApps into a singular […]
The iMedicalApps team will begin to provide you bi-monthly with our favorite posts (very hard to choose) as well as the posts we feel were best received by you, our readers. If you only have a little time to spare, these are the posts you should read.
An in-depth review of 4 of the top iPad stylus pens for the iPad, iPhone, and Android devices.
How do you implement the iPad in the hospital setting for patient care and properly distribute it to a large group of physicians — all at once? The University of Chicago’s Internal Medicine residency program tried this last year, and came up with a great blueprint for others to see. Chicago’s Medicine residency garnered national […]
Hands on Review of the iPad – From a health care users perspective
It’s fair to say almost everyone has bought at least one accessory for their iPhone. My own collection consists of two items, a simple protective case, and protective case with a built in battery. I can’t emphasize how crucial my battery case has been, especially when I hit the 20th hour of a 30 hour […]