Using the PerfectServe platform to text message your physician colleagues about patient care.
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Instead of having televisions in patient rooms, we should have tablets. The tablets can be configured to play TV content, but only if the patient has completed a required set of learning activities.
At iMedicalApps we have traditionally expounded on how smart phones can help us with patient care in regards to providing Physician centric tools at bedside. These range from drug reference tools to various clinical algorithm medical apps. But there are also non-traditional methods where smartphones enable us to improve patient care at the bedside. These […]
Management of asthma can often be difficult for patients and parents. The fact that many individuals not possess a smartphone may be beneficial to help record and manage asthma symptoms. AsthmaSense is an app that seeks to help alert patients when to take their medications and when their asthma may be uncontrolled in order to get further help.
Preventice is a medical software company in Minneapolis, MN that has recently collaborated with Mayo Clinic in order to bring to market a tiny, remote body monitor.
Commentary on how mobile technology is powerful and helping to transform healthcare, improving patient care, and helping to deal with a shortage of physicians
AT&T and Intuitive Health are working together to pilot a home-based remote patient monitoring solution that helps engage patients and family members in their own care, while seamlessly involving healthcare providers through integration with their clinical information systems.
The Merlin.net Patient Care Network for cardiac implantable devices has been upgraded to version 5.0 to include EHR integration and physician alerts
Recently, Janssen Healthcare Innovation announced the Janssen Connected Care Challenge for enterprising individuals and developers. The goal of the challenge is to provide technical solutions that improve the transition for a patient from the hospital to their home.
Berg Insight concludes that around 2.2 million patients worldwide were using remote medical monitoring services as of the end of 2011.
This review critiques the Shoulder Doc application form the perspective of a practicing shoulder surgeon. We weigh in on the likes, dislikes, surprises and benefits of this application to the shoulder surgeon and lay public
The UK’s National Health Service releases an iPhone app giving residents access to a symptom checker with follow-up recommendations, location services, and more.