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July 13, 2011  10:26 AM

Macs, iPad EHR apps, and device-independent EHRs driving HIT adoption

Don Fluckinger Profile: Don Fluckinger
Apple, Cloud Computing, EHR, HIT cloud, IOS, ipad, iPhone, Macintosh, Windows

This week, ClearPractice released Eden, which company president Joel Andersen unabashedly trumpets as one of the few native iPad EHRs -- that...

December 22, 2010  12:00 AM

HIPAA alert for smartphone app developers, users in health care

Don Fluckinger Profile: Don Fluckinger
Android, Apple, Google, IOS, ipad, iPhone, mHealth, mobile health

With its iPhone and iPad, Apple Inc. might be winning the battle for physician mind share for smartphones and tablets for a good reason: While it touts "user experience" as a major reason it vets software before it can be offered via its App Store, Apple also might be helping screen apps for...


August 25, 2010  8:28 AM

iPad and tablet competitors to come raise ergonomic issues

Don Fluckinger Profile: Don Fluckinger
Add new tag, android os, EHR, EMR, ergonomics, IOS, ipad, tablet computer

In the midst of testing and rolling out iPads for use with electronic health records (EHRs) -- or a year from now, maybe one of the Android or Windows tablet competitors -- from the looks of recent expert blog posts, IT leaders should consider soliciting a consult from occupational safety leaders...


August 5, 2010  12:01 AM

IPad’s health care prospects: Three steps forward, two steps back

Don Fluckinger Profile: Don Fluckinger
AMA, android os, Apple, Dell, EHR, EHR implementation, HP slate, IOS, ipad, samsung, tablet computer

The conflicting iPad intelligence we're gathering makes it difficult to predict what's going to happen out there in the health care market when it comes to tablets. If that market can be thought of as a 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle, we've put together a few quality edge pieces:


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