Friday, July 25, 2008

Video - iChart for the iPhone

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Video - StyleTap prototype on iPhone

The StyleTap platform currently allows users of Windows Mobile devices to run PalmOS software. StyleTap has announced development of an iPhone based platform, but a release date has not been set.

If released, StyleTap for the iPhone will make thousands of PalmOS applications available for iPhone and iPod Touch users.


Video - ePocrates on the iPhone

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

MedFile for the iPhone

MedFile is a web based personal health record compatible with the iPhone. MedFile stores basic health information such as
  • Name
  • Allergies
  • Medications
  • Vaccinations
  • Contact information
  • Insurance information
MedFile costs $11.95 per year for the first family member, and $4.95 per year for each additional family member.

The major concern with this type of personal health record is access when wireless service is not available. View the AT&T coverage map here>

Thursday, July 17, 2008

ePocrates for the iPhone


ePocrates can be downloaded for free to your iPhone, bringing one of the most popular PDA based medical references to the iPhone. The larger screen, compared to most PDAs, makes reading the information more comfortable.

ePocrates for the iPhone also introduces the first mobile pill identifier on the market.

ePocrates can be downloaded via the AppStore in iTunes.

Key Features
  • Drug database
  • Drug interaction check
  • Formularies (New Feature)
  • Pill identifier
ePocrates for the iPhone lacks MobileCME and MedTools, which are components of ePocrates Rx Free for PalmOS and WindowsMobile.

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

ePocrates for the iPhone - First look

Healthcare iPod has published a first look at ePocrates for the iPhone and iPod touch. The article can be found here >