One was from a company called Air Touch
Here's the description from their website:
“The development of the AirStrip Technologies platform was driven by the desire to improve the speed and quality of communication in healthcare.
The AirStrip Technologies platform securely delivers critical patient information, including virtual real-time waveform data, directly from hospital monitoring systems to a doctor or nurse’s smart phone, laptop or desktop. The platform is completely reusable, scalable and data independent, and can be employed throughout the healthcare enterprise. The AirStrip service is provided to physicians by the hospital.
AirStrip Technologies offers mobile, medical software applications that deliver this vital data directly to mobile devices, including smart phones. The applications are powered over wired and wireless networks. Patient information is available anytime, anywhere, on virtually any carrier, with any device on any platform.”
Their iPhone offering includes
The iPhone is quickly turning into a major resource for accessing mobile health applications.
Although I find the iPhone a challenging device for data entry, it's a great device for data viewing. Realtime viewing of waveform, imaging and text data via a handheld mobile device. That's cool!