Physicians and Their Tablets

Media tablets have come a long way since the introduction of the first iPad more than three years ago. In this review, a physician compares one of the newer releases to his tried and true iPad mini.

Also, we cover the evolution of tablets, in Physicians and Media Tablets 2.0. And learn more about the latest and greatest in our tablet slideshow.


Here are three easy-to-implement tools to make your practice's online presence more actionable to recruit and retain patients.

EHR implementation is still the most pressing tech problem for physicians, but there are ways to make it work for your practice.

Get data from this year's 2014 Technology Survey, Sponsored by Kareo, on EHR implementation, mobile technology, meaningful use, and other health IT issues.

It appears medical practices, especially independent ones, are becoming more accepting of putting their medical data in the cloud

From apps to analyzing big data, the future of healthcare may be about predicting the future of a patient's well-being and having physicians intervene.

Our 2014 Technology Survey, Sponsored by Kareo, gives insight on what mobile devices physicians are using daily and for what purposes at their medical practices.

Think passwords are passé and that biometrics will come to the rescue to keep healthcare records safe? Think again — it's only one part of the security puzzle.


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