Greetings valued readers! This is the second installment of our bi-monthly summaries of our favorite posts (difficult to choose) as well as the posts we feel were best received by you, our readers. Our increase in the amount of information that we give to you means that you may not always have time to read everything we post in a given month. We are proud to be able to provide you quality app reviews and the latest mHealth news, so without further delay, here are our second round of favorite posts for February:
Tag: mobile medicine
In preparation for the upcoming Medicine 2.0 Conference on September 15th and 16th of this year and the newly created iMedicalApps Medicine 2.0 mHealth Research Award, the iMedicalApps team recently interviewed the initiator, organizer, and chair of the annual Medicine 2.0 conference, Gunther Eysenbach.
Implications of mobile devices for medical liability, and how it will affect healthcare providers
Part two of our series: From Idea to Successful Medical App. Here we discuss the design process of your app – keping in mind your target audience- medical docs
Johnson and Johnson is donating tens of millions of dollars towards mobile health for mothers in developing countries.
In the excitement of having mobile access to all our patients’ data, are we doctors giving up the last shreds of that non-renewable resource – our free time ? Dr. Wes asks this important question in his recent blog post titled “When the Doctor’s Always In“. Dr. Westby Fisher is a cardiac electrophysiologist in Chicago […]
Lost in all the buzz of the recently announced Verizon and Google Net Neutrality “partnership” was that both companies were thinking of mobile health care as part of net neutrality.