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Data input: Still a final frontier in clinical computing but progress is being made
I've called "data input" the final frontier in clinical computing. In fact, data input has been a frequent topic on HealthBlog these past few years. If you want to see for yourself, just type in "data input" in the handy search box on the upper right-hand corner of my Blog. Up will come entries about...
26 Nov 2007
Diagnostic software: Improving patient safety around the world
I'd like to draw your attention to a new video that we've just released as part of my House Calls for Healthcare Professionals series. The program takes a look at diagnostic software developed by Robertson Technologies . I met Dr. Joel Robertson about five years ago. I and others from Microsoft (most...
22 Aug 2007
Microsoft Surface Computing: Implications for the healthcare industry
Yesterday, Microsoft officially launched the first commercial product from a group and technology known as Microsoft surface computing. The product is called Milan; a coffee-table sized PC that takes touch screen technology to entirely new levels and gives users a highly interactive experience with all...
31 May 2007
The Mobile Clinical Assistant; a new category in Tablet PCs for healthcare
Over the past few years Microsoft partner, Motion Computing , has focused on serving the healthcare industry. In February at HIMSS , the company introduced an entirely new category of Tablet PC; the Mobile Clinical Assistant, also known as the C5 . In March, Motion introduced a new full-sized Tablet...
17 May 2007
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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