Experience using apps to combat Ebola offer interesting insights into their use to fight infectious disease.
In Bangladesh, where trauma emergencies lead to death for too many, CriticaLink is building a grass-roots emergency response system
Print journals expand their interactivity through the use of augmented reality.
A recent publication in JMIR highlights the practical utilization of Google Glass in Forensic Medicine as a new novel way to conduct post mortem examinations and autopsies.
In-depth comparison review of nine top iPad Keyboard cases, ranging from folios to clamshell cases.
CD9 (2012) by CONCEPTNETICS disappoints and is too buggy and slow for meaningful use in coding and medical billing
We share the details of our tour through Epocrates EHR, the latest addition to a crowded field. We were impressed and look forward to seeing the additions to come.
Overall the introduction of electronic textbooks has been highly successful. The ability to carry around a mobile library on a pocket sized device is a fairly impressive technological achievement. In addition, the ability to have a well referenced handbook accessible and available at any time is very attractive. It will be interesting to see how this section of the textbook market grows as the number of smart devices increases. For this market to remain successful, publishers and developers alike are going to have to work hard to adapt their texts and marketing strategies to current economic conditions.
The HTC Flyer’s slowly growing Android App Marketplace and support for styluses makes it a reasonable choice for a medical tablet.
Updated! This post has been updated below to include comments from the folks at Epocrates The excitement and hype surrounding the announcement of Apple’s iPad have subsided for the time being, perhaps just a lull prior to the actual release in a few months. Here at iMedicalApps, we were certainly among the many believers and […]
It is a great pleasure to present this interview with Pieter Kubben, a Dutch neurosurgeon who is an impressive amalgam of clinician, researcher, and software engineer. He is currently in a neurosurgical residency while completing a PhD in intraoperative MRI-guided surgery for brain gliomas. As if this is not enough, as a “hobby” (his term), […]
When I first entered the clinical world, physician order entry and electronic medical records were just concepts to me. As I learned how to navigate the hospital, diagnose everything from the mundane to the incredibly rare (my first patient was a baby with an idiopathic subdural venous thrombosis), and figure out how to treat the […]