While a new digital cognitive assessment tool from Savonix appears promising, it’s unclear if there is published literature to back it up.
Tag: mobile medical apps
A panel of physicians and technology experts asserted at Health 2.0’s Open Roundtable on the Underserved that low-income and vulnerable underserved populations are quickly becoming important consumers of healthcare information technology. Those thinking of creating the next big app should consider the underserved market.
A recent study in JAMIA evaluated whether medical residents in Botswana had better clinical reference access through mobile medical applications over searching through PubMed4Hh.
iLiver is a useful, well designed free app for those who are interested in liver disease. Its pure focus on this can be a drawback and there are certainly one or two areas of improvement. Despite this, it is still a first-rate app and worth downloading.
Abstracts and speaker proposals for the Medicine 2.0 Conference in Boston are due on March 7, 2012. This will be the 5th World Congress on Social Media, Mobile Apps and Internet/Web 2.0 in Medicine and Public Health sponsored by the Journal for Medical Internet Research.