MedShr is a private social network for doctors. It aims to allow the sharing of interesting patients including photos/videos…
MedNote is designed to keep all your essential documents, algorithms, notes, tables, images, and audio clips easily accessible and searchable on your iPhone
Our 50th TechTool review is of GoodSam – an app encouraging medics to help as first responders for incidents in their own community.
This week I’m taking a break from reviewing apps that educate us as doctors, and instead have decided to look at how our smartphones, and technology in general, can be used to help our patients.
…in breaking news, thanks to the cumulative effects of #smaccGOLD and FOAM – technology uptake in Philadelphia has just increased by 0.001%
Agile MD aims to be a point-of-care handbook where health professionals can quickly look up treatment guidelines and protocols without requiring internet access
Chest X-ray is a quiz to test your skills of x-ray interpretation. Answer the questions and then take a look at how wrong (or right) you were
digiDoc Pulse Oximeter is a fabulous concept. It uses your iPhone to take saturations and HR measurements.
3D Health Anatomy provides 3D digital animation videos in order to be able to effectively explain procedures or conditions to your patients
Getting excited by testing a new beta application for the iPhone! For the first time it is possible to assess both heart rate and oxygen saturation levels using only a smartphone.
Bugs + Drugs uses cloud-based information on bugs and their sensitivities.
Tessa Davis spoke at SMACC about her journey to becoming a medical app developer, she shares the lessons she learned in ‘How to Create a Medical App’.