NEWS AND UPDATES
02/20/18: Medgadget article: Journal Articles on your Smartphone
Many thanks to Mike Batista and the Medgadget team for this interview with our co-founder Eric Kowalchyk: Journal Articles on Your Smartphone with the Case app.
01/30/18: Advanced search 2.0
Starting today, you can search and filter by Altmetric score, impact factor, number of citations and more.
12/21/17: Advanced search
Now you can search articles by author, relevancy or recency, so you can more easily find important research.
12/10/17: View preprints
From the Case time machine: now you can view preprints of articles that will be published in the future.
10/31/17: Watch scientific videos
Our latest version of Case now features scientific videos from top medical journals and physicians across disease areas. Download the new version and let us know your feedback.
10/05/17: Weekly email updates
Case now delivers a weekly email update with the latest papers in your area of focus. Save the email for future reference or share with your colleagues.
08/02/17: Follow a disease state
Our new update lets you follow the latest research in a disease, pathway or protein (for example, acute myeloid leukemia, PIM pathway and p53). Feedback?
05/15/17: Version 3.0
New in this update:
View a simplified interface with ability to "like" a research paper
- Save a research paper to view offline, without an internet connection
02/14/17: Version 2.0
New in this update:
- Get daily updates with the most-popular papers in your specialty
- Share papers with colleagues using any app on your phone (Twitter, Whatsapp, etc)
- View articles in landscape mode for easy reading (iPad/tablet only)
Miscellaneous enhancements and bug fixes. Enjoy Case.
09/28/16: 3 tools to help Medical Affairs professionals
Our friend Alexander Tolmachev wrote a thoughtful PM360 article on how Medical Affairs professionals can stay up-to-date with medical research. An excerpt:
08/21/16: Machine learning update
We just updated our machine learning algorithms which will improve your weekly digest. Starting today, you'll receive more recent and relevant articles. Open Case and see which articles we've selected for you.
We're glad you're enjoying Case.
06/24/16: Introducing Case, a smart mobile app for researchers
Last year, I met a urologic cancer surgeon who had treated my father at UCSF Medical Center in San Francisco. The surgeon was sharp, compassionate and had been my father's favorite healthcare provider. To protect her privacy, let's call her Dr. Grey.
Dr. Grey's schedule was overbooked with surgery, patient consultations and tumor boards. In between meetings, she checked her iPhone to respond to emails, texts and calls. If she had a few minutes, she also reviewed the latest research in urologic oncology. As a teaching physician, she cared deeply about leading-edge research and subscribed to over ten journals including Cancer and the Journal of Clinical Oncology.
With so many journals, it was challenging to find and share essential articles. Dr. Grey explained:
"Now I receive emails from the Journal of Clinical Oncology, JAMA and others and have to visit many different sites for important research. I'd love to have this information condensed into one mobile app to save time."
To address this unmet need, we're developing Case, a smart mobile app for medical researchers. Case collects the latest research in your specialty and builds a personalized journal for you. You can also easily share articles with your colleagues, similar to a virtual journal club.
Dr. Grey continued:
"As an idea, it would be nice to see which articles my colleagues are reading and sharing with others. This way, I'm less likely to miss important research findings."
To build Case, we've developed integrations with the NIH's PubMed to search and classify papers across 81 specialties and over 7,000 topics. We're also leveraging machine learning and predictive technologies to evaluate the most-valuable articles based on author, number of views and number of shares. As a result, Case will discover relevant articles for you, so you never miss important research findings.
Lastly, Dr. Grey suggested:
"As a teaching physician, I'd like to share significant research articles with my residents, so they know what's important to learn."
We're developing the ability to share articles with your peers directly from Case, as opposed to email or texts. We'll also build authorizations so your peers can access paid research from their existing subscriptions. As a result, Case will enable meaningful discussions for you and your colleagues.
We're glad to announce that Dr. Grey has joined our beta program for early access to Case. While Case remains in development, you're welcome to join as well. If you'd like to preview Case, just send us a note.
Avikk, Eric, Ryan, Ricardo and the Case team