Healthy Out is a free app for Android and iOS devices, working as a pocket nutritionist which help users find various dishes at local restaurants that meet specific dietary criteria.
The Vaccine Handbook app provides thorough information on every licensed vaccine in the United States, the rationale behind vaccine recommendations, advice on how to address concerns about vaccines, standards and regulations, and much more.
Shots Immunizations app provides vaccine schedules and immunization information written by Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) and reviewed by experts from the CDC, on which vaccination schedules the app is based on.
iLiver app provides a detailed medical information and clinical recommendations for 26 different types of liver disease to medical experts who treat patients with liver problems.
EBM Stats Calc app provides three evidence-based medicine statistics calculators, including NNT/NNH/NNS, post-test probability from sensitivity and specificity, and likelihood ratios, with detailed descriptions and links to resources.
The Chief Complaint app is a point of care reference for emergency medicine providing a plethora of evidence-based and up-to-date reference content presented in an algorithmic manner that covers the most common conditions encountered in the ER.
The Cornea Atlas app features an extensive collection of cornea and external disease pathology, covering 108 diseases and conditions classified into 16 categories.
Spectrum – Antimicrobials app is a customizable point of care tool for local antimicrobial stewardship designed to help providers optimize patient outcomes while minimizing antibiotic resistance.
MS self – Multiple Sclerosis app is designed for patients with multiple sclerosis allowing them to keep a thorough record of their daily symptoms, moods, energy level, personal thoughts, and more.
Sepsis Timer is a simple clinical decision support tool with a timed checklist based on recent sepsis guidelines and designed to help busy clinicians perform key "bundle" steps to treat sepsis within prescribed time intervals.