A new report gives a pretty dismal report card for hospital apps designed for patients.
Tag: Provider Apps
Campbell’s Operative Orthopedics is a cornerstone of any orthopedic surgeon’s library. This book has been transformed to an iPhone / iPod Touch Application, providing a crucial method for orthopedic providers to access the knowledge in the Campbell’s text.
Review of MedPage Today Mobile App, which puts the breaking news and commentary of the website as well as the ability to obtain CME credits into the palm of your hand.
To our readers: We will be providing commentary and short reviews to medpagetoday.com two or three times a month. We feel honored to be included in their short list of talented and well respected bloggers. The following is a little clip from our first post titled, Optimizing Your Medical Practice Experience with the iPod Touch. […]
Review of FDA Drugs App, which provides the usual drug data of other references with the added wrinkly of providing FDA drug approval information as well.
The free applications covered in this post include: A Framingham Scale, Drug Trials App, and A Radiology App
This simple applications attempts to help you keep track of your CMEs.
This is the professional edition of the Merck Manual app made for healthcare providers. Dr. Wodajo said the following while reviewing the application: “A medical encyclopedia that fits in your pocket”
We’ve always been a big fan of Medical Radio, the free iPhone app from the folks over at ReachMD. The app is in our top 7 list of medical applications because of the great utility it provides to medical professionals. We actually reviewed an old version of this application, ReachMD CME awhile back. You can […]
A tool for those learning how to do various musculoskeletal procedures. This application is packed with text, pictures, and videos of actual procedures being done. This is the sister application of another app we reviewed, Procedures Consult: Internal Medicine.
This application has a focused purpose, teaching you how to put in a subclavian line. The key part of this application is a full video showing the procedure from start to finish. Compared to other procedure applications that contain a variety of procedures, this app distinguishes itself by it’s low cost.
This app helps you choose appropriate imaging studies based on the diagnosis and symptoms you provide.