Posted on Jul 26, 2013 in , | 0 comments

I write and serve as Associate Editor for iMedicalApps, a leading online publication for medical professionals, patients, and analysts interested in mobile medical technology & healthcare applications. The publication has grown enormously and is recognized as experts in mobile health by the New York Times, Wired Magazine, Slate Magazine, the American Medical Association’s news outlet, and many other reputable media outlets. We have been cited in various medical journals, such as the Annals of Emergency Medicine, the Journal of Surgical Oncology, the Journal of Surgical Radiology, and others.

We have more than 100,000 unique readers per month (as of 2015).

Satish Misra, MD, a cardiology fellow at Johns Hopkins University, graciously allowed me to join his team as a writer back in 2013. I’m fortunate to be working amongst a very enthusiastic, brilliant team.

As of 2015, I have written 50+ articles, with more along the way. The latest articles are listed under my name on iMedicalApps.

Here are some older ones from 2014:

  1. Conference: The prescription for incorporating happiness & pleasure in health apps
  2. Interview: Create medical apps with security peace-of-mind: HIPAA compliance with TrueVault
  3. Research news: App-based games assess cognition as well as traditional exams
  4. Interview: Interested in using Google Glass in health? Pristine.io’s Kyle Samani shares his insights
  5. Interview: Cloud 9 tele-mental health platform links patients with therapists
  6. News: Stanford to offer free online training in mobile health
  7. News: Google Fit platform unveiled to integrate health apps, devices
  8. Interview: Bringing psychotherapy to the masses: ThriveOn
  9. Interview: UC Irvine on innovation: HealthEdIT online platform to enable medical students to curate medical & technology content
  10. Interview: From iPads to Google Glass: Warren Wiechmann on innovation in medical education at UC Irvine
  11. News: UC Irvine School of Medicine first in U.S. to pilot Google Glass in medical education
  12. Interview: No more pagers: how one physician is building a smarter smartphone communication app for care coordination and population health
  13. Interview: Pioneering medical diagnostics on Google Glass: behind the scenes at UCLA Ozcan Lab
  14. Interview: Designing for healthcare: IDEO’s Stacey Chang shares insights for clinicians seeking to innovate
  15. Interview: Taking mobile health technology into the real world: insights from IDEO’s Stacey Chang
  16. Conference: It’s all about the user – designing user interfaces for worldwide mobile health
  17. Interview: How do you craft technology to save lives? An interview with AirStrip COO Matt Patterson MD
  18. Interview: WLSA CEO Rob McCray shares insights into future of mobile health and his tips for aspiring innovators
  19. Interview: Blue Button apps aim to empower patients with their health info, interview with Humetrix EVP Chris Burrow
  20. Conference: Current challenges in mHealth behavioral intervention research
  21. Conference: How to change your patients’ behaviors with your health app
  22. Interview: How do you design video games for health? Insights from RWJ Foundation award winning Litesprite
  23. Interview & Project In-depth: SPARX aims to use gamification to help kids manage diabetes, asthma, and other chronic conditions
  24. Conference: How innovation in mobile health is reshaping mental health
  25. Interview: On designing apps for patients & healthcare professionals: a chat with Amy Cueva, founder of Mad*Pow
  26. Interview: Patient Partner app uses gamification to improve medication adherence
  27. Conference: Bringing together health, tech, business in one roof: Health 2.0 Silicon Valley 2013 conference preview
  28. Interview: Healthcare entrepreneurship, emergency physician Peter Hudson’s experience in healthcare tech & as CEO of iTriage
  29. Interview: From pre-med to mobile health project manager, interview with Eric Huynh at Azumio
  30. Conference: Health 2.0, the healthcare app and IT market for the underserved
  31. Conference: Trends in healthcare information technology, why it matters to doctors
  32. Conference: Platforms and APIs are the next big thing in mobile health
  33. Review: AgileMD Android app allows accelerated access to medical algorithms and aids assessments
  34. Review: Mayo Clinic on Pregnancy app educates expectant mothers
  35. Conference: Important tips for doctors with medical app ideas
  36. How To: Prototype your app rapidly with a pen, some paper, and Preview
  37. New DSM-5 psychiatric criteria app to be released June 1st
  38. Conference: Health:Refactored Conference: numerous paths to develop, design dream health apps
  39. Review: Mood Watch is a cumbersome app that tracks limited psychiatric symptoms