Today much is being made about the widespread use of Tablet computers in clinical medicine, especially slate Tablet devices. The Tablet offers reasonable screen real estate on a highly mobile platform. Unfortunately, the most popular selling consumer Tablets are much better for content consumption than content creation. That’s why many large scale deployments of consumer-grade Tablet computers in hospitals and clinics are failing, often because they don’t provide all the data entry modalities, particularly handwriting recognition and “digital inking”, that clinicians prefer. I can tell you that there is nothing easier when it comes to filling out electronic forms on a Tablet computer than using a stylus and entering information into discrete data fields on a machine that does handwriting recognition.
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