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100 Most Read Articles from 2015 on Read by QxMD

Here are the 100 articles that received the most attention in 2015 (as of December 15, 2015) by the ‘Read by QxMD’ community. Traffic was measured on the Read web, Android and iOS apps. View the entire article collection on Read 1  Sinclair AJ1, Sturrock A2, Davies B3, Matharu M4. Headache management: pharmacological approaches. Pract Neurol. 2015 Dec;15(6):411-23. PMID:...

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Read by QxMD transforming healthcare with Apple

QxMD is pleased to have been recognized by Apple and included in their new release—”Transforming Healthcare With iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch”.   We’re really excited to be featured along with organizations such as NEJM, Massachusetts General Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Stanford University, University of Oxford, Epocrates, US Department of Health & Human...

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Advanced ‘Keyword’ creation

Read by QxMD is now used by hundreds of thousands of healthcare professionals around the world, some on our mobile apps (iOS, Android) and others via our web app. We continue to receive fantastic feedback from members of the Read community and are hard at work adding requested features. A commonly requested feature was the ability to create more sophisticated ‘keyword’ updates....

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iOS vs Android for Medical Apps

There has been much discussion about where to focus development efforts when developing medical apps: iOS vs Android. We thought we’d share our numbers. While the common response is to build for iOS first, we have experienced: a) Depending on the nature of the app, there may be a more significant audience among Android users than one might expect b) While the physician audience was...

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50 Most Read Articles from 2014 on Read by QxMD

Here are the 50 articles that received the most attention in 2014 by the ‘Read by QxMD’ community. Traffic was measured on the web, Android and iOS apps.   View the entire article collection on Read   1  Angus DC1, van der Poll T. Severe sepsis and septic shock. N Engl J Med. 2013 Aug 29;369(9):840-51. PMID: 23984731. 2  Umpierez GE. How to manage type 2 diabetes...

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Integrating Read into Websites and Apps

At QxMD, we’ve been working hard to make the Read service available to mobile apps and websites.   Self-hosted WordPress sites We’ve received many requests to integrate Read into websites so we built a plugin called “PMID Citations with Read” for self-hosted WordPress websites.   The plugin does 3 things: Allows creation of a list of citations at the end of any post...

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