Mobile Device Tips & Tricks

Updated 1/28/2016
 

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Resources

ACOG Fellows Edward Zabrek, MD, FACOG Medical Editor of iPhone Life Magazine, President mHealth Advisors, and Brian A. Levine, MD, MS, FACOG Contributing Technology Editor of Contemporary OB/GYN, have made their ACOG Computer Lab presentations from the 63nd Annual Meeting (2015) available online.

Dr. Zabrek: Windows 10 Mobile Devices and Software for Daily Practice (members only)
Dr. Levine: How to Integrate Technology into Your Clinical Practice (members only)


 
ACOG App

ACOG Reinvents the Pregnancy Wheel (Jan. 2016)

Canopy Medical Translator - by Canopy Apps (iTunes)

MediCalc App - Medical calculator from SkyMed (imedicalapps.com)

 
Apple ResearchKit apps and medical studies available for patients and physicians - Yale Estimated Placental Volume (EPV) available on #14 (Dec. 2015, imedicalapps.com)

Best contraction timer apps ob/gyn physicians can recommend to patients (April 2015, imedicalapps.com)

IBM Watson Partners with Nutrino to Deliver Personalized Nutrition Advice Expectant Mothers (Dec. 2015, imedicalapps.com)

ICD10 Apps: Quick ICD 10 and DxCodeMapper (Dec. 2015, imedicalapps.com)

Samsung Galaxy - 25 Awesome S6 tips and tricks to make you a Samsung master (August 2015, digitaltrends.com)

Samsung Galaxy - 20 annoying S6 problems, and how to fix them (November 2015, digitaltrends.com)

Study of pregnancy prevention apps find popular apps aren't the most evidence based (January 2016, imedicalapps.com)

The Best Medical Apps Released in 2015 for iPhone & Android (December 2015, , imedicalapps.com)

The Best Note Taking apps for iPhone (Sept 2014, theverge.com)

The Best Note Taking Apps for Android (Feb 2014, the verge.com)

Mobile Devices: Know the RISKS. Take the STEPS. PROTECT and SECURE Health Information (healthit.gov)

iPhone Life Magazine

 

 

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