Mobile Evaluations Made Easy
Evaluate on the go using the only mobile evaluation solution that automatically syncs up with New Innovations.
We all know two things: everyone involved in the evaluation process is overwhelmed, and yet evaluations are necessary for resident success. The incredible burden that is put on both residents and faculty to comply with the evaluation process has not been made any easier with previous solutions. Armis was designed to change this circumstance. Shift cards, computers, and clumsy paperwork are no longer required for you to perform an evaluation.
- Log in with Touch ID if fingerprint scanner is available
- Request evaluations immediately
- Speech-to-text functionality allows evaluators to go hands-free
- Assessments can be conveniently completed at any time on any occasion
- View evaluations in the queue for completion
- Save progress on evaluations for continuation at a later point
User and Device Requirements:
- Valid New Innovations user account
- Apple Device running iOS 8.0 or greater
- Evaluation forms must be optimized for mobile compatibility
- Synchronization requires an internet connection (3g/4g/Wifi)
Minor software updates
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Still needs improvement
A lot slicker looking than the old app, but not very functional. Only lets you evaluate, not enter hours or procedures, which is exactly what you would need on a daily basis. It doesn’t make sense to start with an app for evaluations since that is a monthly task at best. Very disappointed that NI can’t get their app game together, as the mobile website leaves much to be desired. I guess this is a good first step, but seriously? No duty hour entry?
IT’S NOT SUPPOSED TO BE A FULL BLOWN VERSION OF NI
I didn’t understand why the ratings were so poor until I started reading them. Newsflash people: it’s not supposed to be all of new innovations. It is simply a means by which evaluations can more easily be completed, especially by people who can never remember their login. By that honest metric, the app is fine. My only real problem with it is that dictation doesn’t work well at all. It maybe picks up a word or two and that’s it. Doesn’t matter how loudly slowly or clearly you speak. So if they can fix that I’d give it five stars.
Seems this could have been tested on users first
This program suffers from the same problems as its predecessor: inability to easily enter procedures on the fly. Or at all.
It seems an application that is targeted to an exclusively intelligent population would test its product on a similar population (or ask that population what it would like in the application) before wasting the time of the programmers.
Oh well, at least the programmers got paid. Hopefully.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.