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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.

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These three tools can help independent physicians build a community, improve patient care, and get involved in mobile health.

Don't be afraid to try new technology at your medical practice. If there's a hot new device or productivity program, there's probably a reason for it being so popular.

If your practice is beginning its first social media foray, consider starting with Facebook. Once you learn the ropes, then you can join the Twitter-verse.

Patients have smartphones. Physicians have information about health and well-being. So logically, using mobile health technology can provide better connections.

What you communicate to patients should also consider how you reach them. And with the variety of messaging available, there is also varying patient preference.

Broader definition of personal identifiable information requires medical practices to review HIPAA compliance and adhere to security policies.

Companies are pushing physician-based telemedicine as a solution. But, while promoters may have not thought things through, physicians must.

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