Moving a medical practice into the digital world requires many considerations, including what types on computers should you use in the office and in the field.
Smartphones can handle many functions such as e-prescribing, but other electronic medical applications need larger displays and more computing power like you’ll find with notebooks, tablet computers, and netbooks.
What’s right for your practice? Find out at four special presentations by Edward Zabrek, MD, FACOG, medical editor of iPhone Life magazine and president of mHealth Advisors, and Brian A. Levine, MD, MS, FACOG, contributing technology editor for Contemporary OB/GYN. The doctors will demonstrate the latest computers, mobile devices, and wearable technologies in health care at the following sessions in the ACOG Booth, booth #1217, in the Exhibition Hall:
Windows 10 Mobile Devices and Software for Daily Practice (Dr. Zabrek)
How to Integrate Technology into Your Clinical Practice (Dr. Levine)
What’s Up with Wearables? And Wear Are We Going? (Dr. Levine)
The Latest of What You Will Need to Know About Windows 10 as Microsoft Changes Everything! (Dr. Zabrek)