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July 14, 2013  10:40 PM

Steps to ensure devices do not affect patient satisfaction



Posted by: RedaChouffani
patient satisfaction, tablets

A recent report explored the affect technological devices have on the patient and caregiver relationship. The report, presented to the American Medical Association, titled “Exam Room Computing & Patient-Physician Interactions” was presented by Steven J. Stack, M.D. It concluded there is not...

March 11, 2013  8:54 PM

What mobility means for desktops in HIT



Posted by: RedaChouffani
mHealth apps, mobile devices, mobility, tablets, VDI

More and more mobile users are using their devices to access enterprise content and cloud hosted data related to their organization. This has enabled the workforce to access information from anywhere, at anytime. But there are still some limitations to mobile devices, preventing them from being...


March 4, 2013  10:39 PM

Mobile cart showcased at HIMSS13



Posted by: RedaChouffani
himss13, mhealth, tablets, Uncategorized

Mobile carts continue to be a common solution for nurses to increase efficiency when caring for patients.  Over time, these mobile stations have provided nurses easy and quick access to PCs or laptops that help verify and dispense medication, enter notes, and review results for ordered...


February 25, 2013  9:59 PM

Enhanced security from Dell’s Latitude 10



Posted by: RedaChouffani
DELL, EHR certification, Latitude 10, mhealth, tablets

Dell has launched the Latitude 10, a tablet PC with new capabilities.  The device's benefits lie chiefly...


February 4, 2013  10:22 PM

Tablets in health care: where’s the value?



Posted by: RedaChouffani
EHR, tablets

Clinical departments across all hospitals are continuing to adopt tablets at increasing rates. These devices have similar functionality to mobile phones or smart mobile devices, yet offer longer battery life as well as larger displays. As we begin to question why these devices are, in some...


December 4, 2012  7:56 AM

Health care technologies that can help independent physicians



Posted by: RedaChouffani
cloud, EHR systems, HIE, SaaS, smartphones, tablets, voice recognition

A recent study performed by Accenture provided evidence that the number of private practices and independent physicians is continuing on...


October 23, 2012  6:25 AM

Five important areas for EHR success in the tablet world



Posted by: RedaChouffani
EHR, iPad, mHealth apps, surface, tablets

Tablets are continuing to significantly impact the sales of traditional PCs. There are several needs that must be fulfilled on the application side before there will be a wider adoption of tablets by health care professionals. Software vendors will need to ensure that their products are capable of...


July 9, 2012  9:45 PM

Are too many choices for tablets good or bad for healthcare?



Posted by: RedaChouffani
Microsoft, surface, tablets, Windows 8, windows mobile

During the June month, Microsoft announced the introduction of their own tablet named surface.  Microsoft described the availability of two tablet models toward the end of 2012 one Intel based and the other ARM processor based.   Having a vendors such as Microsoft enter the tablet arena...


April 29, 2012  9:30 PM

Are bedside tablets ready for full hospital deployment?



Posted by: RedaChouffani
bedside tablets, hospital tablets, tablets

Patients who are admitted to the hospital for longer periods of time may benefit from having access to entertainment services as well as health information.    Information in a hospital room can be delivered via interactive TV sets, emails, phone as well as one-on-one with a clinician.  But...


January 15, 2012  6:00 PM

The CES 2012 products and what they can do to healthcare



Posted by: RedaChouffani
CES 2012, healthcare, mhealth, mHealth devices, mobile health, tablets, telehealth, ultrabooks

When looking at the myriad of products available and introduced during CES 2012, there were several neat gadgets that were also truly innovative. Many of these items will eventually


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