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By Neil Versel June 14, 2012
Carrie Handley, a mobile health and health IT consultant in Waterloo, Ontario, knew that healthcare was an inefficient industry with plenty of communications shortfalls. But she didn't realize how pervasive and frustrating the problem was until she was diagnosed with breast cancer two years ago. In fact, Handley, a former marketing executive with several medical imaging companies, was initially...
By Brian Dolan October 26, 2010
Last month when BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion officially launched its long awaited tablet, PlayBook, we noted the multiple hattips that RIM gave the medical community during the launch. For example, on-stage at the launch event for PlayBook, TouMetis CEO and President Mark Willnerd showed off a medical app that displayed patient data for orthopedic surgeons who could use the app to design...
By Brian Dolan September 29, 2010
It's not called the BlackPad (as the rumor mill has affectionately called it for the past few months), but BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion has indeed unveiled a new tablet, called PlayBook. During the BlackBerry event where the PlayBook launched last week, RIM co-CEO Mike Lazaridis billed the company's new device as the first "professional" tablet. The tablet won't hit the market until early...
By Brian Dolan September 29, 2010
Despite the medical industry's recent interest in consumer tablets like Apple's iPad, investors continue to fund Phreesia, which provide touchscreen devices that help patients check-in to doctor’s offices and emergency rooms. Phreesia's devices, called PhreesiaPads, are wireless-enabled and allow patients to verify and update demographic and insurance info — all of which transmits right into the...
By Brian Dolan August 9, 2010
Apple iPads for all Stanford med students: The Stanford University School of Medicine plans to distribute iPads to the forthcoming class of 91 first-year medical school and master’s of medicine students as part of a trial program to integrate the mobile device into academic life. Stanford Analysis of recent FDA/FCC meeting: Two issues that will have to be resolved here ... are distinguishing real...
By Brian Dolan June 30, 2010
Cisco unveiled the Cisco Cius, a "mobile collaboration business tablet" that offers tight integration with Cisco's cloud services, video applications and more. Cisco's tablet is clearly looking to fill a potential gap created by Apple's iPad. Where the iPad is mostly seen as a device for content consumption, Cisco is touting its Cius as a device of "collaboration." While the iPad is certainly...
By Brian Dolan June 2, 2010
From a functionality standpoint, PatientKeeper's application is essentially the same regardless of which platform a user is on: BlackBerry, iPhone, PC, or even the newest platform for PK, Apple's iPad. For the past ten years, PatientKeeper has focused on making it easier for physicians to access and work with patient information from whatever device is move convenient and efficient for them....
By Brian Dolan June 2, 2010
NYC-based medical device startup Phreesia scooped up a $16 million fourth round of venture funding last week, led by Ascension Health Ventures (AHV) and with participation by return backers BlueCross BlueShield Venture Partners, HLM Venture Partners, Long River Ventures, Polaris Venture Partners, and Sandbox Industries. Phreesia now has about $40 million in venture capital investments. Phreesia...
By Brian Dolan June 1, 2010
Google pulled the plug on Google Health? Chilmark Research analyst John Moore penned a must-read piece on the possible dissolution of Google Health. According to Moore, rumor has it that the company has put the project into a "stasis" mode. Here's more from Moore: "Rumors are now floating about that this lack of relevancy, this lack of a true commitment to Google Health has led to that oh so...
By Brian Dolan May 19, 2010
Motion Computing has suped up its line of tablet devices with Intel Core vPro processors, which will increase the devices' performance, security and manageability, according to the company. The tablets now have better remote management capabilities that allow IT technicians to repair and secure the PC from any location, even while powered-down or in sleep mode, Motion wrote in a statement. More...
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