MobilediaApple's top 50 iPad apps for doctorsmobihealthnewsThe curation of the section was poor, however, and today it offers thousands of apps intended for use by consumers — many of which aren't even health-related.
Everybody's talking about mobile medical appsHealthcare IT News“Consumers are ready to use mobile apps, text messaging, and even payment services to make health decisions and communicate with their healthcare providers.
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Globe and MailWith iPhone, iPad Apple's Steve Jobs Changed Course of Health CareeWeekMeanwhile, Jobs' introduction of the App Store allows health care IT companies to develop native apps to allow doctors to keep track of patients' vital data...
PatientView – patient groups around the world appraise health apps. October 8, 2011 by David Botibol. PatientView has distributed a report “What Do patients Think of Health Apps?”, a review by patient groups of health apps as tools for the ...
A few months ago we started receiving e-mails from developers stating Apple was reaching out to them and was going to put certain medical apps from the main iOS store into specific categories in iTunes.
'The Wall Street Journal reports that fantasy baseball managers have more data to evaluate than patients and referring doctors. Eighty-eight percent of doctors would like to see their patients track their vital health data at home.
Now imagine a set of tools designed to help people control and access their health information better than ever before according to AT&T’s CTO John Donovan who announced the development of the “The mHealth Platform” by the AT&T Foundry.'
At long last, UpToDate has released a native app for the iPhone. Previously, PalmOS and Windows Mobile users were the only ones privileged enough to be able to use mobile versions of UpToDate on their handhelds.
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