IPhone Smartphone for Doctors
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lifehacker.com — “iOS/Android/Web: The last time we mentioned HealthTap, their mobile app connected you with doctors who could answer your health questions at any time, right on your smartphone. Now, HealthTap has improved its service to give you personal and private medical consultations, a directory of local doctors, all ranked by quality, and the ability to schedule in-person appointments right through the app.” View full resource at lifehacker.com
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reuters.com — “NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Sending patient images to ophthalmologists via smartphone may be an option for emergency room doctors looking to make a quick eye-related diagnosis, a new study suggests.Two” View full resource at reuters.com
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Dr Shah is the Editor for the Retina/Vitreous Section of the Eye Wiki, a new component of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. He serves as the senior editor in international ophthalmology for "Pearls in Ophthalmology". He commenced his American training by doing a post doc fellowship in vitreo-retina diseases and a surgical internship at the University of Florida in Jacksonville. In 2006 he completed a neuro-ophthalmology fellowship at The University of Iowa, one of the top ophthalmology departments in the world. Subsequently he completed his residency at the University of Missouri - Kansas City in 2009 where he was honored with being selected as a resident Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA). Dr Shah has over sixty five peer reviewed publications and book chapters in ophthalmology.