The American College of Physicians (ACP) represents one of the largest specialties in the country –general internal medicine. They are one of the most powerful physician advocacy groups along with the AMA and AAFP. Recently, they have come under fire for their initial support, then turn, regarding maintenance of certification programs required by the American […]
@Point of Care is utilizing IBM Watson in their medical apps.
In our 2013 review, we found a lot of major flaws. After partially addressing some, Epocrates nows pulls the plug.
A startup is developing a handheld device that combines an otosocope, stethoscope, and thermometer into one
Should ClinicalKey be your new bedside go-to reference for clinical questions?
A discussion on some of the new POC options available for EMS field.
STAT!Ref for Android app gives clinicians the confidence to make informed decision on the job and to further their research
The iMedicalApps team will begin to provide you bi-monthly with our favorite posts (very hard to choose) as well as the posts we feel were best received by you, our readers. If you only have a little time to spare, these are the posts you should read.
A Spyglass Consulting report concludes that tablet computers have a positive impact on healthcare, but are not currently game-changers.
Review of the Sexually Transmitted Diseases Color Atlas and Synopsis App from Usatine Media/McGraw-Hill Medical
Description: Review of the CCO (Clinical Care Options) HIV inPractice App, a Point-of-Care Resource for the iPhone/iPad for Questions about HIV