The iPad is Just What the Doctor OrderedAccording to a freshly published study from Knowledge Networks for the pharmaceutical industry, a substantial 27% of primary care providers now own a tablet like Apple’s hugely popular iPad. That’s about 5 times the level in the general population!

Not surprisingly, an even larger percentage of doctors report owning a smartphone (64%).

So what are these medical professionals doing with these devices? They’re delving into cutting edge medical apps and looking up information on drug reference apps, searching for information in reference libraries, and making bookkeeping more efficient with charge capture apps like gingercube’s MaxRVU.

“Mobile technology has indeed proven a boon to busy physicians, helping them keep up on the latest information and manage their practices,” said Jim Vielee, Senior Vice President in charge of Physicians Consulting Network (PCN).

How are you using Mobile Technology to speed or improve your practice? Let us know in the comments section. To read the full article, go here.

To read more about MaxRVU and its cost and time saving-benefits, read more here.

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