Healthcare Technology Highlighted Article: Updated - Sep 15, 2014

Scripps Launches a Pilot Study of AirStrip ONE

While the healthcare industry was late in adopting mobile technology as part of its ecosystem, it is now moving full steam ahead by incorporating a wide range of solutions that use smartphones and tablets. Physicians, nurses, administrators and other members of the healthcare industry have now realized this, and they are putting systems in place in their organization that integrates real-time patient information, health records, telemonitoring and more.

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