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so if you were just getting one of them for fun, which one?
I would get the Atlas if you only had $.99 to spend
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Bought the top 3 iOS apps! What a bargain for $3 and serious content.
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Got all the 5 , thanks !!
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As an MD, the issue is that most docs aren't too tech savvy and on top of that, sometimes I do like the simplicity of something that always works. I do encourage patients to look up diagnoses and I try to at least spell it out for them and find a representative image on Google for the curious patients. As for healthcare costs, physicians account for 8% of healthcare costs, and we're constantly pressed for faster and faster turnaround and seeing more and more patients a day. On top of that, to be honest, most patients I see don't really care to understand the details. In short, if you do want to understand more, just ask, I personally am more than happy to flip through Google images or Wikipedia with patients, and I'm always glad when I see a patient so involved in their own care.
Thanks for all you do! ❤️
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On average, it got fatter.
And what the hell happened to the liver?! Oh, man...
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These apps are great and rival some of the best Anatomy apps. Common pathophysiology is often times included in some modes and the anatomy views are very in depth. For $1, its a no brainer for anyone continuing their education in medicine.
Which ones are must buy?
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Thanks OP! Finally had a chance to use my remaining $3 credit on google play. Will be useful for my patients
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If I buy today, download, and then switch to a new andriod phone this weekend, will these paid apps follow me to the new phone?
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Do you have to buy it each year or does it update?
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If I buy today, download, and then switch to a new andriod phone this weekend, will these paid apps follow me to the new phone?
They are tied to your account. So if you use the same account then yes. They can also be added to the Family Library if you have that setup. With that it can be shared among upto four accounts I believe.
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Comment of the Year! 🤣🤣
Actually there was a new discovery not too long ago. Read all about it:
http://sitn.hms.harvard.edu/flash...ne-system/
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This deal is amazing I was just going to order it for physical therapy and I also this !!
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As an MD, the issue is that most docs aren't too tech savvy and on top of that, sometimes I do like the simplicity of something that always works. I do encourage patients to look up diagnoses and I try to at least spell it out for them and find a representative image on Google for the curious patients. As for healthcare costs, physicians account for 8% of healthcare costs, and we're constantly pressed for faster and faster turnaround and seeing more and more patients a day. On top of that, to be honest, most patients I see don't really care to understand the details. In short, if you do want to understand more, just ask, I personally am more than happy to flip through Google images or Wikipedia with patients, and I'm always glad when I see a patient so involved in their own care.
As you state, most MD's are pressed to see as many patients as possible during a day. In my experience, they mostly don't take kindly to spending time explaining much in any detail. You can tell as they keep looking at their watch (there generally aren't wall clocks in the patient meeting rooms). Or they have an arrangement to have their assistant call them on their cell phone when the appointment is up or if they are taking too long. Sadly, that's the nature of our for-profit healthcare system.

You are also correct about MD's & technology. Although the pairing would seem to be a natural, it 'tain't so. EPIC is one of the major players in electronic medical records but I'd say that 80% of MD's don't know how to use that system for more than raw basics and don't seem to have much interest in doing better with it, which would be an advantage to both the MD and the patient.

Then there is the lack of a written summary of the visit and what the MD talked about/recommended. This goes a long way to allow people to review the visit, research things mentioned and format additional questions. I live in Northern CA and get most of my medical services at Stanford or one of the Sutter facilities. Stanford makes their MD's issue good written patient summaries after a visit accessible through an app. Sutter struggles with this and I often have to badger the MD to get a written summary for my records.

I could go on but I will leave it at this.
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Actually there was a new discovery not too long ago. Read all about it:
http://sitn.hms.harvard.edu/flash...ne-system/
Humans, the last frontier... Applause
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Which ones are must buy?
Atlas for sure
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