Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Harvard Medical School Partners With Orca Health

Author: Thuc Huynh, MD

Harvard Medical School has partnered with Orca Health to deliver high quality, trust worthy content to patients and medical professionals.

Orca Health has developed 9 apps to date in their "Decide" series ranging on topics from the heart, eyes, dental, and parts of the musculoskeletal system.  With the Harvard Medical School partnership, these apps will get revamped with more detailed animations, videos, 3d content, and multisensory learning features.  The company also assures that the apps will have improved performance and a smaller dent on your storage space.

In addition, Orca Health will be powering Harvard Medical School's iBooks to provide a more in-depth look at important medical conditions.  Their first iBook is set to debut in January and will focus on the heart.

Orca Health is offering their apps free for a limited time.  The marketing department tells me it could be for just a day or two.  Normally, the cost is $4.99 per app.  Get the apps now by clicking here.

For more information about Orca Health, go to their website.

About the author:

Dr. Thuc Huynh is a physician and webpreneur. She is a technology nut who uses many resources to enhance her life and work as a family physician. She is the Chief Operating Officer of Scutwork.com, the leading website for residency program reviews, and she founded MDSalaries.net, a website reporting physician salaries for every specialty. She is currently working on more websites to help medical students during their training. Dr Huynh graduated as Chief Resident and Teacher of the Year from her family medicine residency in Rapid City, SD. She received her M.D. at the Medical University of the Americas.

1 comment:

  1. The product looks some amazing, $4.99 may be worth, i guess when considered to health related, i feel the product is cool and effective.