Study: iPad the overwhelming preferred tablet among doctors

Study: iPad the overwhelming preferred tablet among doctors

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A new survey of physicians shows that as medical records, doctor's offices and hospitals go increasingly digital, Apple's iPad and iPhone are the top choices for interacting with health records and staff. Demand for more medically-centric apps is increasing, with 83 percent of the physicians surveyed saying they plan to...
Study: iPad the overwhelming preferred tablet among doctors
                           

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