Browsing articles in "Healthcare Apps"
Jul
15
2011

3 Useful Smartphone Healthcare Apps

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Apps have drastically changed our daily lives, and we’re starting to see them change industries. Apps are particularly promising in the healthcare and medicine industry. Web and mobile-based tools now exist that can vastly improve your health, or even save your life. We’ve listed a few of the most interesting apps below – take a look, and perhaps you’ll find something for you. HeartWise Blood Pressure Tracker This iPhone app is truly amazing. Enter your [...]

Jul
7
2011

InformationWeek selected AirStrip OB as one of the top five apps

Mobile Healthcare Technology

                  -InformationWeek has selected AirStrip Technologies, Inc. to participate and compete as part of a daylong conference that will recognize the state of the art in mobile health technology, AirStrip officials announced today.   InformationWeek, the event sponsor, calls the ‘Mobile App Smackdown’ competition a celebration of the most transformative healthcare apps now available. The event will take place as part of a Healthcare IT Leadership Forum [...]

Jul
6
2011

5 Useful Android Healthcare Apps

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Here are very useful Android application for healthcare professionals, students and some for patients also. Android application developers are developing even more so healthcare professionals may find most adequate for their healthcare settings. Here we come with short review of 5 useful healthcare applications.           For health care professionals and students, Epocrates, honestly, needs no introduction.  From the short-white-coat student to the tech-savvy clinicians. It is hard to believe that an [...]

Jul
4
2011

Future of Healthcare Applications and Devices:Study

IBM came out with a study this week that looks at what future healthcare applications and devices, be they PCs, tablet or smartphone might look like. The study notes that medical device makers have in the past few years successfully targeted consumers who are extremely health or fitness conscious as well as those who need to be regularly monitored because of a serious health problem. But the IBM study says those devices and services could [...]