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Ever tried using your iPhone medical apps with gloves? Doesn’t work too well. Although, if you’ve got gloves on you probably shouldn’t be using your iPhone anyways. The iPad is being touted by many, including us, as a device that could be used with patients at the point of care. Translation: Could be used in […]
The iPad, Apple’s new tablet, has just been released. The following are some quick hitting features of the iPad that the medical community should be excited about, and ones we hope will be implemented in the clinic setting. Battery life: Up to 10 hours, we mentioned in a previous post how important battery life is […]
With Apple’s soon to be released iPad re-energizing the tablet market, there has been much speculation on how the tablet will transform personal computing. However, the tablet has been with us for quite some time. Almost a decade ago, I started testing and using Windows-based Tablet PCs for two cancer centers in Canada. They worked […]
The rumor mill keeps on churning with the soon to be released Apple Tablet, and now the medical community is supposedly involved. According to an article by VentureBeat, Apple Reps have been talking to the Los Angeles Cedars – Sinai Medical Center about the potential of an Apple Tablet for medical professionals. The article goes […]
Rumors of an Apple tablet have been all over the place during the past few weeks. Although Apple is notorious for pulling off clandestine product launches, the consensus appears to be that Apple will launch a tablet early next year. With the $19 billion dollars from the stimulus package set aside exclusively for electronic medical […]