05.08.2019

Qxmd Read For Mac

Read is produced by QxMD which makes several medical apps. It is founded by “medical professionals” and is dedicated to “creating high quality, point of care tools for practicing health care professionals.”.

Qxmd Read For Mac

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Calculate by QxMD Every physician knows having a good medical calculator is crucial in almost any specialty. One of the unique characteristics of this app is the ability for providers to search for calculators by specialty. While this might seem like a good idea, most providers don’t actually scroll through to find calculators they want to use. Rather, we often use the search feature for the medical calculators we want to use. In our testing, we would have preferred if the Search function was more readily available, instead of being behind the scenes, as our demonstration video indicates.

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Once you get past this downside, the algorithms and calculators the app provides are plentiful, and more importantly, easy to use. The developers of the app provide a nice double panel user interface for quickly plugging in information. Check out the video to see the double panel display.

Unfortunately the app doesn’t utilize this in vertical mode. Our hospital has become a teaching facility for our local medical school and we are required to have iPads.

I also own a toshiba thrive android tablet. Both tablets environments are fantastic. My android tablet has full sized USB ports which i use for watching video cme and google android apps are rapidly catching up to iphone ipad iTunes is loaded with video lectures from a wide array of medical institutions. The lack of flash video is an iPad drawback, but I use an app called Iswifter which allows most flash videos to be played on iPad, but hands down androids flash capablities are a HUGE advantage for android tablets. IPad seems to rarely crash or freeze up, android a bit more often Comparable Android tablets can be purchased for $ 200.00 Less which makes android very appealing.

Good that we have two major competitors, as consumers benefit in the long run. I am surprised that these apps are made for a dying format.

Android is outselling iPad and the margin is growing. Also, there is a strong growing dislike of Apple because of the stunts they pulled with their Leopard, Snow Leopard, and Lion operating systems, and a term they implies backward thinking, “Apple Think”. Also, there are too many backdoors in Apple software that makes folks very uncomfortable. Making an iPad app is like making something in Beta video tape. But I like the concept. For me the only thing an iPad is good for is target practice, but each of us has their own taste.

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