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Getting Started: Library Resources Available via Mobile Device

Don't know where to begin? Here are a few easily accessible point-of-care resources provided free (via the Hospital and Health Sciences Library’s subscriptions) to HMH health care professionals:

  • AccessMedicine Mobile  
      
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    How to get it:
    1. Create a MyAccessMedicine account from any hospital networked computer.
    2. point your mobile device internet browser to the above link
    3. Login with your newly created username/password.
  • Citrix Reciever App  
      
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  • Gale AML Special Edition  
      
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    Contact the library for password. Or, access the library annoucements blog on Sharepoint (HMH employees only)


    To access, Search & download "AML Special Edition" from the App or Android Store. Select the "Medical Libraries" branch and then select "HMH Health Sciences Library". Once in, click on the button to "Update Resources."

  • HuntingtonRx: App for Allscripts ePrescribe  
      
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    Downloadable app for iPhone/iPad users.
  • Journal Apps
    See a list journal apps for library subscriptions.
  • Micromedex Drug Information  
      
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    How to get it: Click link above for more information and links to download.
  • Micromedex Drug Interactions  
      
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    How to get it:
    1. Click on the link above and refer to the detailed downloading instructions, which include your password for activating the application at no charge.
    2. Download app from iTunes Appstore (link provided at the same page linked above) and enter password.
  • Micromedex IV Compatibility App  
      
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    How to get it:
    1. Click on the link above and refer to the detailed downloading and activating instructions.
    2. Download app from iTunes Appstore (link provided at the same page linked above).
  • mobileMicromedex 2.0  
      
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    How to get it:
    1. Click on the above link
    2. At website, click on "mobileMicromedex 2.0 for iPhone®/iPad®, Blackberry® and Android™ - web-based access to the Micromedex 2.0 site" and follow the steps given.
  • UpToDate (via Hospital wifi)  
      
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    How to get it:
    1. Point your mobile browser to http://mobile.uptodate.com (above link).
    2. Select “Begin New Search” button at the top.
    3. Accept the “Subscription & License Agreement”, and then begin searching.

      Device must support HTML, cookies, and Javascript. Must be on the hospital's wifi network. No off-site access.

Discovering Apps

A good article to read before searching for medical apps is "Five Steps to Buying Medical Apps on the App Store" written by physician/app developer Marc-Emile Plourde for the iMedicalApps blog.

Portals for Medicine Apps

Browse apps by profession, specialty and platform at these medical app portals:

 

Downloadable Handouts

Each handout provides 4-5 physician apps and 1 patient app. For more recommendations and updates, visit our Clinical Specialties pages.

What's New?

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