Is there a Tablet PC in your future? If you’re a busy, highly mobile medical professional, the Tablet PC may be just what you're looking for. Tablet PCs are ideal for healthcare professionals. They are powerful, data-input friendly, and extremely versatile. Check out my latest audio broadcast to explore how healthcare professionals are currently using Tablet PCs in medical practice and how various devices and solutions may evolve to become even more useful in the future.Tablet PCs in healthcare, today and tomorrow
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Joel French, vice president of the health and life sciences group for Motion Computing, Inc., is a leader in developing wireless products and services designed for mobile professionals in vertical industries
Dr. Gerard Burns, director of medical informatics at Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC) in Hackensack, New Jersey, serves on several boards at HUMC and also holds an Executive MBA from New York University.
Dr. Brian McCardel, a board-certified orthopedic surgeon in Lansing, Michigan, is actively involved in the medical staff and administration at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing. He serves on numerous medical staff committees in a variety of capacities, including chief of orthopedics and chairman of surgery.
Darin Fish, director of business development for the mobile platforms division at Microsoft, works with his team to build innovative mobile systems and collect customer input for future versions of Windows. He’s been with Microsoft for 22 years.
Bill Crounse, MD Healthcare Industry Director Microsoft Healthcare and Life Sciences