Will Tea & Coffee be the Only Drinks Offered at Hospitals
In a study published by Purdue University’s Susie Swithers states:
In fact, a Purdue University study has found that diet sodas may linked to a number of health problems from obesity to diabetes to heart disease, just like their more sugary counterparts.
This study comes out after several hospitals have moved to remove sugary sodas from its cafeterias. For example, Ind. hospitals’ RX: No sugary drinks.
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While Dr Hussain from iMedicalApps makes some good observations in his report does not mean that the iPad Mini is a good fit for all EMRs. Based upon experience a lot of EMR’s are designed to be interacted with by a keyboard and mouse which makes a touch device near impossible to utilize. The form factors of devices are finally getting there for physicians and it is now time for EMRs to be developed for devices in the common era.
Caution not all EMR’s are equal. “The main reason why the iPad Mini is the perfect prescription for doctors via Dr Hussain”