Isabel Healthcare Blog
We have recently enjoyed hear from delighted users about their reactions to and love of the Isabel medical diagnosis tool and iPhone app. Below are some excerpts that simply speak for themselves.
The Health 2.0 Conference in Berlin Germany is approaching and will be held on November 6-7, 2012. The conference will host Speakers Tim Kelsey, the Executive Director of Transparency and Open Data for the UK Government, and Peter Levin, the Senior Advisor to the Secretary and CTO at the US Department of Veterans Affairs. This international event will host these among the 75 speakers from 25 different countries at Health 2.0 Europe 2012.
Isabel Diagnosis spotlight on: Ebola Virus
Ebola is an aggressive virus and requires swift diagnosis, medical attention and containment. Mobile diagnosis applications and clinical decision support can be of great help to assist clinicians in diagnosis and treatment, as mobile access has the distinct advantage over desktop programs in countries that lack onging power sources.
About the Isabel Diagnosis Challenge
The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) publishes interesting presentations of common diseases and unusual cases in the Clinical pathology Conference (CPC) series. These cases are educational and can pose diagnostic challenges even to the expert physicians at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
Modern Healthcare recently interviewed Isabel Healthcare founder Jason Maude regarding the Isabel diagnosis decision support application.
How can clinicians find the right diagnosis faster using an iPad?
#12:1. The Isabel tool touts an extensive database of conditions for differential diagnosis support, and we often will test its accuracy with real patient cases from the New England Journal of Medicine.
The Isabel tool touts an extensive database of conditions for differential diagnosis support, and we often will test its accuracy with real patient cases from the New England Journal of Medicine.
An independent study on diagnosis decision support tools in medical education recently conducted by the Children’s National Medical Center and The George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, DC, investigated these areas: