By Kyle Hardy 09:54 am July 08, 2010
The ICD-10 On the Go iPhone app, developed by VLR Software, provides a list of all ICD-10 codes and is therefore quite handy, despite its flat presentation.
By Kyle Hardy 09:48 am June 14, 2010
MyIR is a patient-facing iPhone app designed to help track immunization status.
By Kyle Hardy 03:00 pm May 27, 2010
The University of Maryland Medical Center has launched its own Medical Encyclopedia mobile application that serves as a reference tool and companion to diagnosing basic aliments.
By Kyle Hardy 10:48 am May 12, 2010
MedCalc, a free iPhone application developed by Pascal Pfiffner, MD and Mathias Tschopp, MD is full of useful conversion factors and calculators, and would be a good addition to any nurse's tool box at the point of care.
By Kyle Hardy 08:54 am May 07, 2010
iTriage, a free iPhone app developed by Healthagen, achieves what few medical apps do: It's appropriate for care providers and patients alike.
By Kyle Hardy 09:09 am April 27, 2010
Skyscape is a free iPhone app for doctors. It combines easy-to-use features and a great visual experience for use at the point of care, while including other more in-depth resources.
By Kyle Hardy 10:39 am March 23, 2010
ReachMD, an iPhone application developed by Dr. David Preskill, is like listening to a National Public Radio interviewer read selections from a medical encyclopedia. Designed to keep medical professionals up-to-date with new research, the free app does just that.
By Kyle Hardy 12:01 pm March 15, 2010
General Medical History, developed by Clinical Cliffs, is a free iPhone app that's great for new doctors and medical students looking to get sharp on protocol for routine patient visits, but doesn't offer much to the veteran doc.
By Kyle Hardy 11:47 am March 05, 2010
The NeuroMind mobile application, developed by DigitalNeurosurgeon.com, is a good, free resource for surgeons, featuring beautiful hi-res images.

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