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Motorola launch healthcare specific device

10th November 2010

Motorola has launched a new healthcare specific mobile device.

The Es400 handheld device, unveiled at the eHealth Insider Live 2010 event, is powered by Advanced Health and Care's iNurse. It allocates incoming cases to a community task worker and makes caseloads available to staff throughout the day so they are equipped with case information and schedules. Cases can be updated, synchronised, redated or reassigned with Adastra either over the network or when the PDA is docked and the device also links visiting schedules to a voice guided satellite navigation system.

 

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Article Information

Title: Motorola launch healthcare specific device
Author: Martine Hamilton
Article Id: 16644
Date Added: 10th Nov 2010

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