There's no doubt: Clinicians love their mobile devices. Among many new health apps, here are 9 that healthcare professionals and their patients should investigate.
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QuantiaMD is a free online and mobile application designed to address clinicians' educational needs. Physicians come to QuantiaMD through their mobile device of choice to engage with their peers and respond to a wide variety of interactive medical cases. Educational content is developed by experts and delivered in concise, interactive narrated presentations that range from five minutes to eight minutes. Topics include diabetes, mental health, infectious disease and patient safety, and practice performance topics such as coding and billing, HIPAA compliance, and Meaningful Use. The image shown here is from the QuantiaMD Diabetes Special Interest Group.
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