Every week, new medical platforms and apps are added to app stores. To save you time, we’ve sorted through them to find the most exciting new medical apps. Here are this week’s top picks:
The Case Clinic app was designed to allow for collaboration among physicians in a specialty or subspecialty. It is HIPAA-compliant and allows the user to post patient cases in a chat format. The user can consult with other subspecialty physicians in remote locations to aid in medical decision-making.
Built with a food diary and appointment tracker, the My IBD Manager app from the American Gastroenterological Association and Point of Care was designed for patients with inflammatory bowel disease, Crohn’s, and ulcerative colitis. The food diary helps track food-related symptoms, and the user can track IBD symptoms between appointments to help guide treatment. Education materials are available in the app, too.
The Radiology Management app is a free platform for digital editions of the Radiology Management journal. Editions are published on the app before being printed. The user will have access to medical imaging research and best practices published by the Association for Medical Imaging Management.
For more of our picks, visit iMedicalApps.com.