Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Doctors are looking for droid medical apps

I think we could make a very interesting Star Wars movie about Droid medical apps. As more physicians switch to Google Android, they're looking for medical apps that they used to have on their older devices running Palm OS, Windows Mobile, BlackBerry, or iPhone. I know a few doctors who are eagerly searching the Internet each day to look for new medical apps for Android. Skyscape and Unbound Medicine have medical apps for Android. Epocrates is still reporting that its software will get released in the early part of 2010.

How many of you are using the Motorola Droid? Do you like it? We're about to see some great new Android smartphones coming out from Motorola:
  • CLIQ 
  • CLIQ XT
  • DEVOUR
  • BACKFLIP
I'm also excited about some of the new HTC smartphones:
  • Desire
  • Legend
Speaking of Android, AT&T is still waiting to release the Motorola BACKFLIP as the first Android smartphone on the AT&T network.

So, what's your favorite Android medical app?

1 comment:

  1. This is a new Droid app for physicians that enables lab results viewing and critical value alerts on the device:

    http://www.androidpit.com/en/android/market/apps/app/com.halfpenny.ITFMobileDev/Halfpenny-ITF-GoDoc

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