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Report says iPod and iPhone best for NHS

25th November 2010

A report sponsored by the Scottish government has examined the use of Apple mobile ‘idevices’ in the NHS.

The document, commissioned by NHS Dumfries and Galloway, found that the iPhone 4 and the IPod Touch 16Gb are best for the clinical environment. The work addressed the potential of the iPhone 4 16Gb, iPhone Touch 8Gb and 32Gb and iPad 3G 16Gb in the NHS and comes ahead of the board’s plans to use an iPhone application designed to provide access to its patient administration system to ensure information is available at the point of care.

 

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Title: Report says iPod and iPhone best for NHS
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 16800
Date Added: 25th Nov 2010

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