Mobile apps have proven to be effective tools in speech therapy for children. Speech therapists report that many children enjoy working with apps which are easily accessible enabling children to practice with their family in the safety of their own home.
A number of mobile apps are currently available to help patients with gastrointestinal conditions keep track of their health progress, as well as for gastroenterologists and other healthcare providers to better manage their patients with GI conditions.
There are many mobile apps that can assist clinicians with physical examinations of their patients, as well as medical students to master their clinical assessment skills.
Mobile charge capture apps allow physicians to quickly and efficiently capture information on their services and send it out to payers and insurance companies for reimbursement. They also ensure patient confidentiality and greater billing accuracy.
HIPAA-compliant secure messaging is essential for hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare facilities, which is often available in a form of mobile apps. Many healthcare providers use these apps to securely message their colleagues and patients.
Antithrombotic therapy comes with limitations and risks. Clinicians are required to have good knowledge about pharmacology and mechanisms of anticoagulation drugs. Mobile apps that can provide necessary guidelines and assistance at the point of care.
Smartphones and mobile apps are increasingly used in clinical practice, including neurology. These apps are making neurological practice easier and clinical work more efficient both for neurologists as well as students of neurology.
Many medical students use flashcards as a preferred study strategy when preparing for exams. Thanks to mobile apps, these flashcards became widely available on smartphones and mobile devices, making the studying a lot easier.
Thanks to the development of mobile technologies, physical medical dictionaries which are heavy in weight and size became available as mobile apps that can be used by doctors, medical students, and patients on virtually any modern smartphone.
Mobile apps can help patients and physicians determine if the drugs they are taking or prescribing have any adverse interactions with other prescription drugs, with over the counter drugs or with various supplements.