Loop USA Inc will be hosting its first Medical IT Exposition on November 29, 2011 at the Hilton Hotel located at 5111 Tamiami Trail North in Naples, Florida. Loop USA Inc. is reaching out to the growing need for education in incorporating technological systems in medical practices. Join us in Naples for a half day of networking, prizes, and gaining new industry insight for your business through information technology in the medical market.
KenigArt today introduces EYE Care HD 8 v1.0, their new medical application for for iPad and iPad 2. Developed specifically for doctors, nurses, and health care professionals alike, EYE Care HD serves as a professional level medical eye diagnostic app with 8 built-in charts with tests. For use in physical exam or triage, EYE Care HD uses the amasing iPad HD display to provide a professional tool and instrument for eye diagnostic at hospitals, schools, universities and more.
New York based SayMedicine announced the update of their popular Medical Pronunciations application for iOS. Version 2.0 of Medical Pronunciation features over 8,000 audio pronunciations and a new feature that allows users to record and add new words instantly. SayMedicine is a quick reference tool allowing users to listen to pronunciations of challenging complex medical terms and instantly research the term online. The built in browser allows for easy look up on Wikipedia, eMedicine and Google.
e-MedTools today announces E/M Code Check 1.07, an update to their physician created medical coding application for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. E/M Code Check presents complex medical documentation rules in a clear, concise format. The application helps physicians understand medical documentation rules to ensure proper payment for the medical services actually delivered. Information needed to document a patient encounter can be reviewed in just 3 screen taps on any iOS device.
The New Medical Product Server, LLC announces the release of Medical Devices Pro 1.1 for iPad users and Medical Devices for iPhone and iPod touch. The Medical Devices app lets user’s access comprehensive information about medical devices from key manufacturers, and they allow manufacturers draw immediate attention to their latest products. The true genius behind this one of a kind app, totally PACS independent allows users upload medical scans, then download and view them on their devices.
Clinically Relevant Technologies today released a major update to CORE – Clinical ORthopaedic Exam 3.0 bringing it natively to the iPad. The application is a robust tool for users who perform clinical examinations to diagnose musculosketal problems. It now lends itself better to medical academia with the ability to project overhead video content from within the app. The application contains evidence-based content presented in text and video form to illustrate step-by-step test maneuvers.
CRTech today released their Mobile OMT app suite for clinicians using the Android platform, following the successful release of their iOS version. The developers faced challenges in trying to create a quality application on par with the iOS version, to include overcoming the Android Markets very small application size limit for the many high quality videos embedded in the app. With nearly 150 techniques and high quality video, this series aims to lead the change in clinical education delivery.
Clinically Relevant Technologies today released their Mobile Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy app suite for all iOS platforms, on the heels of an industry pushing mobile devices in medical education and corporate clinical use. The applications are designed for clinicians, teachers, and students who use OMT. With nearly 150 techniques and high quality video, this series aims to lead the change in clinical education delivery.