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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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Monitoring patients remotely is one way to reduce healthcare costs, but it may also facilitate outcome-based reimbursement programs.

If, as a physician, you want to have an impact on your online persona, embracing social media is a great first step. But be careful how much you share.

Patients with chronic diseases consume a huge portion of healthcare expenses. The use of health tracking devices could change that.

Is there a role for video medicine in the personalized health world of concierge care?

In a sea of healthcare apps, you sometimes have to stand out to make a difference. Here are four apps doing just that.

Surveys indicate that many physicians are lagging when it comes to fully utilizing mobile devices in patient care, but experts say that may change — soon.

While mHealth presents great opportunities for physicians and patients, conduct your due diligence first.

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