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Mobile Devices at Huntington Hospital: Results from the Library’s 2013 Technology User Survey

A total of 349 Huntington Medical Staff, Nurses, Allied Health and Hospital Staff responded to the library’s technology user survey on mobile devices. Thank you to all who participated in this year’s survey and congratulations to the winners of the coffee gift card drawing! Please come to the library to pick up your gift card.

Drawing Winners:

  • Eileen Koons
  • Valentina Zackarian
  • Kelly Cook
  • Jerrod Honaker

Some Fast Facts*:

  • 63% own an iPhone
  • 42 % own an iPad
  • 62% own more than one mobile device
  • Meditech is the top hospital resource used on mobile
  • MDConsult is the top library resource used on mobile
  • The top 3 mobile apps used are: Epocrates, UpToDate and Google
  • 58% of respondents would like help with mobile app recommendations

* % of respondents

Visit the library’s Mobile Medicine guide for information about mobile access to all the library/hospital mobile resources and a selection of other recommended mobile apps for health care.

See the full survey results

For questions and assistance accessing mobile resources contact the library by phone (626) 397-5161 or email library, or visit the library between 8 am – 4 pm, weekdays.


Figure 1 iPhone app added to Mobile Medicine Guide

Figure1 iPhone app is a safe way for health care professionals to share images with the medical community while protecting patient privacy. It supplies tools for removing any identifying details of patients (e.g. faces, tattoos, etc.) and a built in patient consent form. Currently, Figure1 is only available for iPhone/iPad and in North America (may be expanding soon). For more information and link to download, go to:

Discover other great mobile apps on the library’s Mobile Medicine guide!

New “EBM Tools” app on the Mobile Medicine guide

EBM Tools is an app that calculates post-test probability? Enter sensitivity, specificity and pre-test probability into this iOS app and have it calculate post-test probability for you!

We’ve included this app under the Point of Care tab à Evidence Based Medicine Tools section on our Mobile Medicine guide. Read a full review or download it directly from the links below:

Download now from iTunes

Read the iMedical Apps Review

Share your thoughts: Is this app useful to you? Take our 15-second poll!