Hopsital utilizing Apple TV and EPIC’s patient care app to communicate with patients in a digital manner.
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A recent study by Ray and colleagues investigated whether the integration of mobile devices into medical rounds decreased the time to verification of medication orders versus traditional use of stationary computer terminals.
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 […]
Its no secret that healthcare providers are adopting tablets at a rapid pace – one survey found that over 25% of physicians own a tablet and that was nearly nine months ago. This trend, both with tablets and smartphones, has generally been bottom-up; physicians, PA’s, NP’s, nurses, and other healthcare providers are buying consumer devices […]
An insider perspective on the move to mobile at the nation’s number one hospital. In this first series installment, we answer the question – why the iPad?
Great blog piece in Forbes by Tom Gillis — VP of Cisco’s Security Technology Business Unit — on how hospital Chief Security Officers (CSOs) are having issues with managing physician use of mobile devices at work. He had dinner with the CSOs of five major healthcare providers, who stated their biggest headache is how Doctors […]
The 7″ BlackBerry Playbook seems like the ideal size for in-hospital use. In this in depth review, we look over its excellent hardware design and sleek operating system. But could its lack of medical apps be a a deal breaker for many physicians ?
A survey with a large sample size found some interesting breakdowns of mobile use by physician speciality. The lower end of the scale might surprise you.
In the medical profession — the ability to have a stylus and handwriting support can be integral when writing patient notes. We give examples how.
With the iOS 4.2 update, the iPad becomes only more functional for health care use. We describe how the most significant update to the iPad operating system thus far impacts healthcare.
HCP Live Webinar on iPad and early adopters
Physicians in Victoria, the second most populous state in Australia, will be conducting a pilot program using the iPad for hospital treatment. They will purchase 500 iPads initially and the total cost of the rollout will be $500,000. The rollout of the iPads will start January of next year. “The iPads will allow doctors and […]