Hopsital utilizing Apple TV and EPIC’s patient care app to communicate with patients in a digital manner.
Tag: iPad hospital use
A simple, yet potentially useful adaptation of a clipboard could find a home on the hospital wards if Clipboard+ meets its fundraising deadline on Kickstarter in one week. The idea is that hospital residents and students still need to write on paper, but that juggling a smartphone or tablet while trying to hold paper is […]
Recently, physicians at the University of Chicago published a research letter in the Archives of Internal Medicine detailing their experience with the routine use of iPads by internal medicine residents during their regular duties. What they documented was that use of the mobile device was objectively associated with faster order entry after patient admission and the subjective assessment that it saves up to one hour per day for each resident.
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, has announced that over 80 percent of hospitals in the US are now testing or piloting iPad
How do you implement the iPad in the hospital setting for patient care and properly distribute it to a large group of physicians — all at once? The University of Chicago’s Internal Medicine residency program tried this last year, and came up with a great blueprint for others to see. Chicago’s Medicine residency garnered national […]
The VA must come up with ways to allow iPad and other mobile devices in its systems since residents are using them anyway, according to CIO Roger Baker.
Apple should continue their success with the iPad by introducing a 7-inch model to better appeal to a wide range of customers.
Four reasons why the Apple’s iPad will beat the Android tablet for hospital use: iPad’s head start on the tablet category, their improved Enterprise solutions, lack of fragmentation, and the pending data that will be released from the iPad’s integration in current hospital settings.
[Ed. On Thursday, we will publish an opposing viewpoint from another editor. Let us know what you think in the comments section.] The rush of manufacturers to bring tablet computers to market was much in evidence at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The tablet market was […]
The iPad can be used in the OR and can even brought into the field inside an xray sterile bag. Its uses are myriad and include reviewing anatomy and patient imaging.
Three reasons why an Australian Politician’s promise of an iPad for every physician is not outlandish based on work already being done in Australia.
Modo carts announces a small, lightweight iPad cart to make tablet computers ergonomically useful in the hospital and other healthcare settings.