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The rise of the machines in healthcare. What it portends for clinicians and other workers.
This morning I came across an interesting article by Jason Hiner on ZDNet . The article, When robots eliminate jobs, humans will find better things to do , examines how innovation and new technologies have disrupted jobs throughout history. It makes the case, be it in farming or the manufacture of automobiles...
3 Aug 2015
Bringing clinical workflow to life with Microsoft and Windows 10
On Wednesday, July 29th, Microsoft releases Windows 10. The world awaits. Of course here at Microsoft, many of us have been testing and using early builds, and now the final build, of Windows 10 for quite some time. In fact, millions of people who don't work at Microsoft, those who participated in the...
27 Jul 2015
Warning! For American clinicians only
OK, I hope the headline caught your attention. If you are a clinician, keep reading. If you are not a doctor, nurse or other healthcare provider it's OK to read this too. In fact, you probably should. A regular theme on HealthBlog has been the growing use of contemporary, lower-priced, very powerful...
29 Jan 2008
Motion Computing C5 Mobile Clinical Assistant: Right device, right time
A surefire big hit at HIMSS this year will be Motion Computing's new C5 Mobile Clinical Assistant . Billed as the first ultra mobile wireless computer made specifically to address the workflow needs of doctors, nurses and other clinicians, the C5 is truly unique. The C5 is the first highly sealed, fully...
21 Feb 2007
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