Mobile health -- also known as mHealth -- has been gaining traction in the U.S. Both patients and doctors are using smartphones, and the federal government is spending money to build the infrastructure to support telemedicine.
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Many docs would love to use their iPads to interact with their electronic health record, or EHR, system -- but is that likely to become a reality? What are some of the typical barriers to mobile health adoption? In part 2 of this two-part podcast, Paul Brient, president and CEO of PatientKeeper Inc., answers these questions, and dishes further on the future of tablets and smartphones in health care.
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Listen to part one of this podcast: Of mHealth implementations and Apple iOS vs. Google Android
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