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Mercer University School of Pharmacy has released one of the first drug and clinical reference on call based on their information center.
The editors at iMedicalApps have recently published a paper in the International Journal of Clinical Practice on “How to identify, assess and utilise mobile medical applications in clinical practice” as an introductory guide for medical partitioners looking to incorporate their mobile devices into clinical practice
Keynote mobile app is useful for health care providers to create and present digital slide shows on the iPhone or iPad.
In adjunct with usual care, use of the Glucose Buddy application combined with weekly text-message feedback from a Certified Diabetes Educator led to a significant decrease in HbA1c in comparison to a control group receiving only usual care.
UHC, an alliance of the nation’s leading nonprofit academic medical centers, recently announced the launch of a mobile app for RxLINK™, UHC’s online analytic tool that gives hospitals unprecedented insight into their pharmacy price performance.
The Community Preventive Services Task Force is an independent, non-federal, uncompensated body of public health and prevention experts which recently recommended mobile phone based tobacco cessation interventions
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 […]
The National Cancer Institute recently introduced a new smoking cessation support program called Smokefree TXT, geared toward teenagers.