DocbookMD

DocbookMD


DocbookMD is a FREE communication tool for physicians who are members of a participating medical society.

DocbookMD allows physicians to send X-rays, EKGs, and other patient information directly to their colleagues for quick consultations.

Completely HIPAA-compliant, DocbookMD allows fast, secure multi-media messaging between physicians to enhance patient care.

Recent changes:
- Bug fixes and performance improvements
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Free
74
3.7
User ratings
45
Installs
5,000+
Concerns
2
File size
7175 kb
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About DocbookMD
DocbookMD is a FREE communication tool for physicians who are members of a participating medical society.

DocbookMD allows physicians to send X-rays, EKGs, and other patient information directly to their colleagues for quick consultations.

Completely HIPAA-compliant, DocbookMD allows fast, secure multi-media messaging between physicians to enhance patient care.

Recent changes:
- Bug fixes and performance improvements

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 2, 2014
Sucks Won't even allow me to register. Another timewaster.
A Google User
Dec 3, 2013
Good app but not multidevice capable Useful and solid app. However, should make the app work through a desktop computer as well. Encouraging clinical staff to use their personal phones in the clinic has spurred complaints from patients.
A Google User
Nov 13, 2013
Will not open My supervising MD sent me a link but unfortunately I can't open application
A Google User
Oct 24, 2013
Useless Won't let me log in because my device is rooted. The claim about the android security model is faulted by the fact that malware can still be installed on non rooted phones. Uninstalling
A Google User
Sep 8, 2013
Buggy Immediately caused crashes, delays, and unexplained background changes. Endorsed by my local medical society. Obviously, they didn't do their homework. Not much of a surprise. Doximity trumps this app.