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OpusClinicalSuite(R) Achieves 08 CCHIT Certification as Inpatient EHR

...g, a clinical data repository, interdepartmental messaging, document scanning, medical necessity checking, physician Web portal for remote desktop and smartphone access, and laboratory data management inclusive of microbiology and anatomic pathology. The system is built on a secure Web architecture, and capable...

Physicians "Get Smart" - Number of Docs Using Smartphones Surges to 64% in 2009

... Physician smartphone adoption increased by 20% in the past year, Manhattan Research April 21 web...r Director of Research at Manhattan Research. "Nevertheless, growth in smartphone ownership in the last year is remarkable. Mobile is delivering on its promi...

Allscripts Introduces Electronic Health Record Capability for iPhone(TM)

...reported that 54 percent of U.S. physicians own a PDA or smartphone. Meanwhile, Diffusion Group has predicted that 70 percent of physicians will own a smartphone or PDA by 2011. As more physicians purchase an iPhone(TM) and take advantage of new federal incentives for Electronic Health Record adoption - up...

Unbound Medicine Announces Download Support for iPhone(TM) and iPod(R) Touch Devices

...ng for." Adding native application support for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch was a logical step in Unbound's continued expansion into the growing smartphone marketplace. "Although Unbound has supported the iPhone since it was launched, we are delighted to now support native applications delivered thro...

BoxTone Presents Mobile Industry with Timely Money Back Software Guarantee for Managing Enterprise BlackBerry Platform

... the first 90 days; 70-80% Faster Mean Time to Repair; 70-80% Fewer Service Desk to IT Escalations; and up to $220,000 in annualized savings per 1,000 smartphone users. About BoxTone BoxTone software is trusted by more than 190 of the world's leading enterprises and government agencies, including 65 in the...

New SMHEART LINK(TM) Technology Allows iPhones to Double as Fitness Monitors

... SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Jan. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- iTMP Technology, a pioneering smartphone hardware and software developer, has introduced SMHEART LINK, a highly-anticipated new technology that is poised to bring unparalleled health and fitn...

pMDsoft Releases Native Charge Capture Software for iPhone

...r software. Bringing the iPhone's Legendary Usability to Charge Capture Doctors love the iPhone, which has achieved incredible traction in the smartphone market because of its unprecedented customer satisfaction levels. In its customers' demand for this platform, pMDsoft saw a chance to bring its user-...

BAPTIST HEALTH Uses Real-Time Clinical Surveillance from Thomson Reuters to Lower Costs and Improve Quality in the Pharmacy

...er reports. Patients who meet a profile's criteria are segmented into lists that are delivered to a clinician's Palm, Windows Mobile, or BlackBerry(R) smartphone and to a Web portal for anytime access. By identifying these high-risk patients early, hospitals can significantly improve clinical outcomes while red...

Spinning(R) Announces First Heart Rate and Fitness Application for the iPhone(TM) and iPod(R) touch

...eal-time data for fitness tracking. iSPINNING is the first of a suite of health and fitness apps enabled by iTMP Technology, a pioneering developer of smartphone hardware and software applications. For iPhone and iPod touch users interested in cutting edge fitness applications, and for Spinning enthusiasts ea...

Madrid Hospital Improves Employee Safety With Ekahau Wi-Fi RTLS

...the Ekahau location tracking solution can be integrated with IP telephony systems, enabling users to receive alerts and manage the system from a Wi-Fi smartphone or dual-mode GSM/Wi-Fi phone. "Ekahau RTLS provided our development team with one of the most powerful and flexible API software interfaces, enablin...
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Good Medicine: Smarter Smartphones for People With Chronic Disease

...al Cancer Institute. The company needs people with hypertension to test the smartphone service in a pilot study. eMedMobile was originally developed for ca...art labels in patented technology to do this." With eMedMobile, your smartphone can read information from a smart label on your medicine to help you or a f...
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Ultrasound imaging now possible with a smartphone

Computer engineers at Washington University in St. Louis are bringing the minimalist approach to medical care and computing by coupling USB-based ultrasound probe technology with a smartphone, enabling a compact, mobile computational platform and a medical imaging device that fits in the palm of a...

BIO-key(R) Showcasing Public Safety Solutions for BlackBerry Smartphones at 2008 LEIM Conference

...s an integrated touch screen that provides an expanded view of a BlackBerry smartphone display and quick access to PocketCop software and BlackBerry functions. Th...port for an external keyboard and other peripherals. Because the BlackBerry smartphone can be quickly connected or disconnected, the Impatica In-Vehicle Dock is i...
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PDS debuts managed smartphone service

PDS , an IT firm that operates in the Madison and Milwaukee areas, is introducing a service for businesses who are having trouble keeping track of all the smartphones and PDAs workers use at the office. "We've had IT managers tell us it's just too hard to deliver the right devices and keep the...

Christmas comes early with Treo 650

...forms. While there are some very strong arguments for the Microsoft platform, the overwhelming favorite was the PalmOne Treo. People who use Microsoft smartphone devices cite practical considerations for their choice. Treo users, on the other hand, are passionate about it. The Treo 650 makes perfectly clear wh...
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