ReachMD app is a useful resource to help healthcare professionals keep up with medical content and earn continued medical education (CME) credits through various activities, such as listening to discussions and taking exams.
GI Monitor App is a symptom tracker designed for patients with inflammatory bowel disease, allowing them to easily and accurately log symptoms, view correlations between symptoms, meals, and medications, and provide logged data to their physicians.
Sublux app is a quick reference for a plain radiography designed to help medical students, residents, and even seasoned physicians interpret the X-ray images of different body systems and common pathologies.
ACC Guideline Clinical App brings all ACC/AHA guidelines to mobile devices, including the full textual content, as well as interactive tools such as calculators, risk scores, and algorithms, which are provided to complement the guidelines.
TAVR Risk Calculator app makes it easy for clinicians to calculate the in-hospital mortality risk of a prospective patient about to undergo transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) surgery used to treat aortic stenosis.
Medical Imaging Consultant app is designed to assist healthcare professionals in determining which medical imaging procedure is the most appropriate for their patient, taking the greatest clinical value and the lowest possible risk for their patients.
DxCodeMapper app allows providers to browse, search, and convert between ICD-9 and ICD-10 diagnosis codes in accordance with CMS's established General Equivalence Mapping (GEM) methodology.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's app called CDC Milestone Tracker is designed for parents helping them track their child's growth and developmental milestones between pediatrician visits.
ACP Clinical Guidelines app allows internal medicine physicians and other clinicians to access and review the past and current evidence-based clinical recommendations from the American College of Physicians (ACP) in an easy-to-read mobile format.
The MMWR Express app brings the most up-to-date public health information from CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) to the mobile devices.