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ArchieMD is proud to participate in the MHSRS Symposium August 19-21
in Orlando, FL

August 2019

The MHSRS provides a collaborative setting for the exchange of information between military providers with deployment experience, research and academic scientists, international partners, and industry on research and related health care initiatives falling under the topic areas of Combat Casualty Care, Military Operational Medicine, Clinical and Rehabilitative Medicine, Medical Simulation and Information Sciences, Military Infectious Diseases, and the Radiation Health Effects. 

ArchieMD At IMSH 2019

January 2019

ArchieMD is excited to be exhibiting at IMSH 2019 in San Antonio, TX.  Come visit us at Booth #333.

 ArchieMD Contracted By DOD For New AR Application

November 2018

ArchieMD has been contracted by the Department of Defense (DOD) to build a telemedicine application for soldiers who require medical guidance in isolated environments.  The application will incorporate ArchieMD’s proprietary AR technology and will be developed in-house at our Atlanta office.

ArchieMD at Military Health System's Vendor Day

June 2018

ArchieMD is honored to have been chosen to exhibit at the Military Health System’s Vendor Day, a cooperative venture by the Military Service Medical Logistics Agencies, located on Fort Detrick in Frederick, MD.

ArchieMD is Proud to Announce Its Most Recent Publication

February 2018

ArchieMD's most recent publication involves authenticating cutting edge Augmented Reality technology for nursing education.  It is entitled: “Interactive Anatomy-Augmented Virtual Simulation Training.”  Click the following link to read more:

ArchieMD Becomes a Proud Sponsor of The Young Entrepreneurs Academy

September 2017

The Young Entrepreneurs Academy, or YEA!, is a groundbreaking educational program that takes students in grades six through twelve through the process of starting and running real businesses over the course of a full academic year.


ArchieMD Continues to Develop Augmented Reality Tools for Medical Training with University of Michigan

April 2016

ArchieMD will continue its long established research collaboration with the University of Michigan in a new project involving Pediatric Airway Management.  The project is expected to span the over the next three years.

Study Demonstrates Patient Education Tool Helpful in Improving Parents' and Children's Undestanding of Clinical Trials

March 2015

The study was published in a peer reviewed medical journal.  See the entire article for more information:  Tait AR, Voepol-Lewis T, Levine R; Using Digital Multimedia to Improve Parents' and Children's Understanding of Clinical Trials  Arch Dis Child March 31, 2015.

Published Study of Patient Education Platform Helpful in Enhancing Understanding of Medical Procedures

May 2014

The study was published in a peer reviewed medical journal.  See the entire article for more information:  AR Tait, T Voepel-Lewis, R Levine, et al.  Enhancing Patient Understanding of Medical Procedures: Evaluation of An Interactive Multimedia Program With In-Line Exercises.  Int. J. Inform. (2014).

ArchieMD 3D Health: Anatomy and Health Essentials for iOS review

September 2013

A Medic's World reviewed  ArchieMD's Anatomy and Health Essentials for iOS application. The review complimented the app for its easy and informative 3D Interactive Body, "As a Paramedic, and someone who always loves learning new things, I truly love getting the chance to review great medical apps for the iOS. So here was my chance to review ArchieMD 3D Health: Anatomy and Health Essentials, a program that features some amazing animations and videos. 


"What you get in this app is some very educational and informative videos of different medical procedures that you or a loved one might have to go through, based on subjects like Heart/Cardiac, Skin Disorders, Gastrointestinal, and more. In addition to all the informative videos, what really makes this app shine is its Interactive 3D Body, with functions you would

find in way more expensive software found elsewhere. With the ability to view the whole body and take parts away, or view the individual systems in their parts. When you click on a part/muscle/vein/nerve it tells you which one it is, and allows you to add notes as you go along.  The body turns around so you can see all sides of anatomy in question, and with the ability to zoom in, and remove certain sections to see what it is you are wanting to learn, it is quite amazing the amount of information in this app. 

"This app is designed for EMT’s, Paramedics, Nurses, Physicians, Students, and even members of other fields like Physical Therapy, and more. My thoughts on the app?, I am simply amazed at the ability of the 3D Interactive Body part of it, it is easy to use, very informative, and educational for the price you are paying for the app." Read the full review here. Reviews Cardiac Catheterization, ArchieMD's First Patient Centered Application

March 2013 reviewed  ArchieMD's first patient centered application, Cardiac Catheterization. The review complimented the app for its 3D graphics and accurate depiction of information, “I think this app does a phenomenal job of using a highly visual medium to teach patients about cardiovascular anatomy and about how a cardiac cath procedure is done.” iMedicalApps recognizes the learning potential of the app,  “I think that the visual approach and animations used here would improve patient learning,” and as already evaluated by University of Michigan, research shows that users had a better understanding of the cardiac catheterization and the pre/post-operative protocols needed to ensure a safe procedure after using the product. iMedicalApps gave the app 4.5/5 stars and a solid recommendation to anybody who has questions about a cardiac catheterization. Read the full review here.

Cardiac Catheterization is part of a set of applications by ArchieMD that details information on certain surgical procedures. These apps contain pre-operative instructions, step-by-step showing of the surgery, and post-surgical explanation of how your body changed and how to take care of it.

Medrills Series is Reviewed and Praised for "Phenomenal Graphics and Unique Approach to Teaching," by

March 2013

After reviewing three individual Medrills applications, iMedicalApps complimented ArchieMD's whole Medrills series on its "phenomenal graphics and unique approach to teaching clinical procedure skills." iMedicalApps praises the visual and kinetic learning capabilities the interactive learning offers, which does "a much better job of priming learners for hands on practice to maximize that experience." To read the full review, click here.

Medrills is a family of easy-to-use apps that allows users to learn proper techniques and methods in a short amount of time.  Visit our products page to learn more about our interactive training apps.

ArchieMD's "Microgame" is Found to be an Effective Tool for Pediatric Medication Compliance

January 2013

The University of  Virginia Medical Center recently completed a study of an educational game designed by ArchieMD to improve medication compliance in children with asthma. The results were compelling, as the children had a better understanding of the condition and how to care for themselves. Read the full results of the study here.

ArchieMD is Accredited Through CAPCE​

October 2012

​ArchieMD is now accredited through CAPCE!  ​We've just been approved for organizational accreditation through the Commission on Accreditation for Pre-Hospital Continuing Education, the national accrediting body for EMS continuing education courses and course providers. This is a huge step forward in our overall goal of being able to improve EMT certification rates, increase the knowledge of EMT personnel, reduce training costs, and enable effective distribution of training. As the pioneers/innovators of interactive digital training for EMS continuing education, we are the first company to offer CEH/CEU through applications on mobile devices (both Android and iOS).​

Positive Review for Medrills on

September 2012

We are pleased to share a very positive review of our Medrills Cricothyroidotomy app.  The review and "solid recommendation" was done by Jamie Davis, the Podmedic at MedicCast.  He states, "I was impressed right away... very thorough... good testing ability."  Check out the video of his review below!

The Cricothyroidotomy app is just one of our many easy-to-use apps that allows the user to learn proper techniques and methods in a short amount of time.  Visit our Applications page to learn more about our interactive training apps.

Special thanks to Jamie Davis, the Podmedic at for reviewing our Cricothyroidotomy application.  You can view the full review here.​

Augmented Reality Study accepted for presentation

September 2012

Usability and Feasibility of Augmented Reality for Medical Student Procedural Skills Education has been accepted for presentation as a poster at the 13th International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) being held Saturday, January 26, 2013 to Wednesday, January 30, 2013 at the Peabody Hotel in Orlando, Florida. Our abstract of the study will be published in the December issue of the Society's Journal, Simulation in Healthcare.

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