EMR iPad apps

By Neil Versel 02:00 am August 2, 2012
ChiroTouch, a San Diego-based vendor of integrated electronic health records and practice management software for chiropractors, has released three native iPad apps, two of which are intended for patient use. One, CT Provider Interface, gives chiropractors remote access to patient records, including treatment plans, SOAP notes and images. The CT Patient Intake app records patient history,...
By Brian Dolan 12:10 pm January 30, 2012
The Veterans Health Administration (VA) has tapped DSHI Systems to create a tablet-based mobile triage system for the emergency room that determines how urgently a patients needs to be seen by a physician. The application, called ER Mobile, will help emergency room nurses better identify the sickest patients so that they can be cared for first. The app also aims to improve workflow efficiency for...
By Brian Dolan 02:59 am January 17, 2012
In a few weeks MobiHealthNews will host its first webinar of 2012, which will look at the trends that are set to dominate the year ahead. The online event, called 2012 Mobile Health Trends, will also include a sneak peek of what we expect to be the talk of the HIMSS 2012 event that takes place in Las Vegas next month. Three years ago the buzz at HIMSS was that an electronic medical records (EMR)...
By Brian Dolan 05:19 am October 8, 2011
By Brian Dolan & Chris Gullo In September, Apple added a new section to its AppStore for healthcare professionals. It has been an ongoing challenge for healthcare professionals to find useful apps for care settings. While a handful of blogs exist with recommendations from individual medical students or physicians, Happtique has emerged as a filtered medical app store of sorts that intends to...