Data Entry Far Easier for Clinicians Using Windows Tablets


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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Data Entry Far Easier for Clinicians Using Windows Tablets

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  1. Anonymous says:

    thank u