iMedicalApps, a leading blog for mobile applications for physicians, pharmacists, and other healthcare providers, has graciously taken me on as a guest writer for their site. I’m grateful to Satish Misra, a partner, editor, and an internal medicine resident doc at Johns Hopkins, for the opportunity!
You can read some of my articles already up on their site:
- A quick and easy process for healthcare professionals interested in designing an app, which covers how to create paper prototypes for medical apps. Not only that, but how to scan them into a PDF to simulate them onto mobile devices. This allows healthcare professionals to try out different workflows and layouts for their app ideas without knowing how to program or use complex expensive tools.
- Mood Watch is a cumbersome app that tracks limited psychiatric symptoms, my first app review that covers a mood-tracking app on iPhone and Android devices.
This week, I’m covering the Health 2.0 Health:Refactored developer conference, which focuses on the development and design of health applications, including medical records, mobile apps, and more. It’s a much smaller conference than Health 2.0, but so far the energy has been very high!
I’ll post the articles onto iMedicalApps with Satish’s help, and tweet from both my @StevenChanMD account and the @iMedicalApps Twitter account. See you there!