- Cranworth Medical were commissioned by the Royal College of Physicians of London to convert their 2012 Stroke Guidelines into two smartphone apps – one for clinicians and one for patients and carers. This professional version incorporates summary information from the guideline as well as the full guideline itself. Quick access sections in the app give information on key recommendations and algorithms. Concise guidelines are also included for nursing, nutrition and dietetics, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, primary care, psychology, speech and language and physicians.
Clinical Guideline Medical Apps
Having access to best-practice clinical guidelines in clinic or on the ward helps ensure that patients receive the highest standard of care. Too often the hospital IT infrastructure struggles to deliver the required information in an efficient manner. In collaboration with NHS Trusts and Royal Colleges we have developed a number of iPhone and Android medical apps to provide clinicians with the information they require at the time they need it most. Implementing your local guidelines with our cross-platform apps can be extremely cost-effective, so why not contact us now to discuss your requirements.
Increasingly, smartphones are the primary method through which patients research their medical problems. The internet is loaded with information, some of it accurate, some of it less accurate and almost none of it optimised from mobile browsing. The development of a medical app enables information to be provided in the most user friendly format, making the most out of the smartphone’s functions including email and dialing. A permanent presence on iTunes and/or Google Play increases awareness and support for the patient group. Contact us now to discuss how we can take the pain out of developing your patient-facing mobile apps.
Succeeding in undergraduate and postgraduate exams is an essential requirement for career progression. Clinical commitments often limit revision opportunities and so the ability to revise anytime and anywhere is vital. In 2010 we were the first company to develop an iPhone medical app containing multiple choice questions (MCQ) and have regularly expanded our app range to encompass many undergraduate and postgraduate exams. All questions are peer-reviewed to ensure accuracy and this quality has been recognised with multiple ‘5 star’ reviews and excellent customer testimonials.