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Yes. At the patient's home or office we use our EHR app to create patient chart, send eRx, view labs, share photos (secure app) w rest of medical team, issue doctors orders, take payment and more. An LTE connection is very snappy since apps run native on both iPhone and IPad -- but a 3G service is still usable.Frankly the only thing that is tough is writing the doctor's orders in the field. Time for MS to open up beyond their own cloud. The point is that one of the two...
Both Microsoft and Apple need to have these Office (or iWorks) apps work with something other than their own basic cloud service. Neither solution is appropriate for medical HIPPA-compliant storage. Our entire mobile practice for all providers runs on iPhones, iPads and MacBooks -- nothing else. We are able to work effectively on a modest 3G cellular connection.
"....terminating TestFlight's Android support and deprecating access.." Music to my ears
Apple plus PayPal? Not if Apple wants to keep my credit card connected
If the NSA requires physical contact then the target list is pretty short. After all, they are not landing UPS & FedEX cargo planes at Area 51 for some fuel and a big cargo wrap-up party
The real issue with this may be that relevant apps are not displayed simply because the developer does not yet have an iPad only version. For example Asana is a great team and business to-do task management application. But -- it's still an iPhone sized app. If it causes Asana's developers to get off their butt and complete an iPad version, that's great. If it causes 15,000,000 businesses to miss the fact that they can use Asana, that's bad
However if I'm visiting a friend's house then it's instantly easy to introduce the crowd to. "House of Cards" or "Borgia"
Run a wire.
Agreed
We use the iPad in our medical practice, especially during house calls to patients. As long as the EHR app runs native on the iPad, then performance is very good even on a 3G cellular link. A couple of vendors tried to talk us into EHR apps that used Citrix emulation -- those were utter failures out at the patient locations. Ones that used emulation were barely usable even with a 40mb/sec FiOS connection from our main location. All in all we are very happy with the...
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