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From Labguru to Medify: New Services Around

I’ve recently found some new and interesting services. Here they are:

Labguru: Plan experiments, track progress, get results.

Epi.md: It’s time to make health care social.

Medify: “Our goal is simple: to help you and your family more easily navigate, stay current, and manage the often complex process of finding answers, while empowering you to get help from those you trust most.”

Find The Best: Data driven comparisons of many healthcare-related devices and services such as electronic medical records.

 

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  1. Hi Bertalan! I just ran across your blog and think it is awesome! As an MD/PhD myself I share your background, and strongly believe in your vision for medicine and research in the future as we shift toward better tools in these fields, especially those that are web-based. My passion and belief led me to create Quartzy (www.quartzy.com), a we-based suite of lab management tools that can be used by life science researchers to manage inventories and orders, centralize protocols, and even run shared facilities through a scheduling calendar. My goal was and still is to cut down the time scientists spend on doing mundane tasks such as searching for reagents, placing orders with lab managers, looking for good protocols, etc. We allow scientists to interact with each other by rating products and protocols as well as leaving comments. This is all done in the name of improving scientific research so we can increase the pace of discovery while maintaining accurate results. I also agree with your idea that the doctor-patient relationship will change with the advent of new web-based technologies. From the bench to the doctor’s office, science and medicine will hopefully undergo changes that will improve healthcare far into the future! Thanks for what you do!

    All the best,

    Adam Regelmann, MD, PhD and Co-Founder of Quartzy

    April 4, 2012

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