PDA: The smartphone Personal Doctors' Assistant

Intro | History | Architecture | Demo | For my hospital?

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Empowering Doctors With the Information They Need

Now in it's fourth iteration, this simple cloud-like solution provides specialty- or hospital-specific information in doctors pockets, overcoming the problem faced at every job changeover and helping to reduce the daily struggle of junior doctors.


"...As a Trust, we must support this..."

"...I believe it is a really useful resource! Well done..."

"...It's like having a registrar in my pocket..."

"Best Technological Intervention" winner at DAPS Global Summit 2014


 

History

Ever since I started Day 1 as a doctor on the ward, and every time I start a new rotation, I am given no information about how the hospital or department operates, what my responsibilities are on my team, or even what my firm's weekly timetable is.

What about surviving day-to-day on the ward? What can I use to reference apart from my pockets filled with Pocket Prescriber, BNF or the Oxford Handbooks?!

So, in 2011, I wrote the first version of PDA to contain all the useful guidelines and contacts for my day-to-day job. Word spread, and colleagues wanted a copy of my app. A simple original innovation, untried before, that marks a new step in the future of mHealth.


 

Architecture

A wiki-based system, using iOS and Android asynchronous technology allows offline storage and a pocket handbook that is always up-to-date.

The backend datastore takes advantage of wikitext markup which makes it easy for clinicians/non-IT individuals to manage.

The framework is fully adaptable for use in any hospital or department.


Demo

 

DemoPDA coming soon...


For my Hospital too?

 

If you'd like this product for your Hospital/Department, please get in touch mail@drhtailor.com to discuss.


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