Here at iMedicalApps, we are strong believers that mobile technology can make a significant, measurable, positive impact on medical education. From the enhanced visuals for anatomy, to medical journals, to the proliferation of interactive textbooks such as those offered by Inkling and more recently, the iBook.
A study of nurses relying upon handheld devices found that 16 percent said the mobile equipment had helped them avoid at least one error in clinical treatment while another six percent indicated it had enabled them to avoid errors on multiple...
Get healthy! Stay healthy! Make good health choices! Earn points and pwn the competition (…your coworkers)!!! Gamification strikes the health care industry…and everyone seems to be benefiting.
Via Alex Butler
To help their colleagues keep current on medical advancements, Stanford medical residents Dave Iberri, MD, and Manuel Lam, MD, introduced a new medical app that features physician-written summaries of landmark clinical trials.
Medgadget.comIllumina Launches MyGenome iPad App for Visualizing the Human GenomeMedgadget.comThe MyGenome app features an actual genome, a genome Map, health cards and reports and a video journey into the genome.
A few weeks ago I sent out an email to MEDLIB-L asking for librarians who are circulating iPads to contact me off list to answer some questions. I was really killing about 3 birds with one stone. Not only did iMedicalApps want me to write a story about libraries loaning iPads, but I wanted to investigate the idea for our library, and I wanted to share the information for others on this blog.
A study of nurses relying upon handheld devices found that 16 percent said the mobile equipment had helped them avoid at least one error in clinical treatment while another six percent indicated it had enabled them to avoid errors on multiple occasions.
“Ultimately, we think this data needs to be mobile-connected and probably in the cloud,” Flatley said at the time as he cued a series of slides that showed rough concepts for a Illumina iPhone app. “We think an iPhone type device is ...
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When should your hospital consider hiring an apps director?FierceMobileHealthcare (press release)This time, blogger EJ Fechenda of Healthcare IT News laid out an emerging job description that I found intriguing: a Director of Applications.
Dr. Manuel Lam, an internal medicine resident at Stanford Hospital and colleague, David Iberri, have put out their first app called "Journal Club for iPhone". Here's how he describes why they created the app: In medicine, evidence is the paradigm.
Elsevier releases ChemApps: Strategic Applications of Named Reactions in ...KnowledgespeakThe ChemApps: SANROS App is available for $9.99 from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or at www.itunes.com/appstore.
The Journal of Biomedical Informatics now features an open archive. All articles after 12 months are made available to anyone with an internet... (JBI's archive of issues older than one year is now fully available for open access via ScienceDirect.
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