By giving health providers in remote locations access to medical information and literature, Health eVillages can help improve diagnosis and treatment, even if there are no trained doctors around.
Skyscape has recently developed Omnio, a new app for the iPad, that has the same clinical references, but offers more customization for user preferences.
A review of the ECG Notes by SkyScape for the Blackberry platform.
Whilst Netter’s Atlas of Human Anatomy is expensive, it is a complete anatomy text with decent anatomical illustrations. The labeling system needs updating before it can be fully recommended as the app is difficult to use when a new page opens once a label has been selected. Similarly there are potentially a number of issues relating to the low resolution of images during magnification. Overall Skyscape’s version of Netter’s Atlas of Anatomy is a good anatomy atlas although it is not a stand out contender
Physicians Interactive Holdings has partnered with Remedy Systems to develop the first mobile ad network focused exclusively on delivering ads to health care professionals.
This initiative seeks to take mHealth to the most underserved populations, which is where it may get the most bang for the buck.
This version of USMLE Step 2 Secrets is clearly a significant advancement over the second edition available from Skyscape. Whilst it is a useful resource for revision, the high cost means that it is probably too expensive for most of its intended audience.
iMedicalApps names the best EKG app – And the winner is QxMD’s ECG Guide!
ECG Notes is a quick-lookup reference for ECG interpretation and management. This pocket guide is very detailed, but isn’t for everyone.
The medical app industry is a big business, but the apps are no longer the product – the physicians, nurses, and other healthcare providers who use them are. In the first part of this series, we examined some of the financial forces driving the medical app industry. Our focus then was Epocrates, the veritable founder […]
Medical apps are a big business, but not because of the apps. In this two-part series, we look at how the physicians who use these apps became the product.
In this comprehensive review, iMedicalApps compares the free versions of the six of the best-known medical reference apps for the iPhone/iPod touch/iPad: Epocrates, Lexi-Comp, MedScape, Micromedex, Pepid, and Skyscape.