Medical

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Healthcare Tablets – In & out of the Hospital

When it comes to touchscreen and handheld devices, no industry is experiencing quicker growth than healthcare. Handheld devices, a category including tablets, smartphones, and hybrid-laptop devices, were cited by 59% of healthcare professionals as their most important technological concern, in a study conducted by TechTarget and SearchHealth IT. But this paints a somewhat broad and inaccurate picture. Since healthcare is such a diverse field, tablets and handheld devices themselves are going to find diverse uses… 

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Clinic Lab Expo Puts Tablet Tech Under the Microscope in San Diego for AACC 2017

San Diego, CA – Rapid diagnostics, imaging technology, and a deeper understanding of the role of genetics, microbes, and immunology in all aspects of medicine are moving more and more medicine from the doctor’s office into the lab. Leaders with an interest in Clinical Chemistry, Molecular Diagnostics, Lab Management, and other areas will meet together in San Diego for the AACC 2017 Conference and Expo; a chance to learn about technology, advances, and procedures making… 

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The Positives & Negatives of Multipoint Touchscreen Tablets

Military-Technologies.net reports on the trends influencing the growth of multi-point touchscreens over the next several years. Estone Tech industrial tablets, healthcare tablets, and smartpanel PCs include the very latest in multi-point touchscreen technology. Capacitive touchscreens work wet or dry, with or without gloves, supporting up to 10 points of contact. But cost of materials and a lower volume of apps that support multi-point touch may continue to slow the industry for a few years yet.… 

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The Rising Role of Tablets in Healthcare

While computers entered most workplaces decades ago, some aspects of the medical profession have been slower to adopt. Computers made appearances in nurse’s stations, billing areas, and medical transcription as early as any industry, but it’s not until recently that they’ve started following doctors right into exam and treatment rooms. That’s because it’s not until recently that computers have been able to meet doctors needs for power, portability, sturdiness, and a quick note-and-reference usability that’s… 

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Largest Growth Expected in Small Rugged Industrial Tablets

As reported last month by Technavio technology research firm, the worldwide use of industrial tablet computers is expected to grow strongly, by more than 6% per year, over the next 5 year period. Growth is expected to be especially strong in “small size” tablets, which Technavio identifies as tablets less than 11” in size (as measured by screen size). Estone Tech’s ET, MPOS, MR, and MT product lines all offer tablets less than 11”, suited… 

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Rugged Healthcare Tablets A Growing Part of Digital Health Trend

Digital technology is driving a revolution in healthcare, and the progress shows no signs of stopping. Medical News Today reports on several trends in medical technology that are aiding in patient diagnosis, treatment, and making hospitals more efficient and effective places. Estone Tech is at the forefront of this movement, providing durable and rugged tablet computers for healthcare environments that speed service and provide a variety of tools & healthcare apps for nurses, doctors, and… 

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Estone Technology Hits the Floor at 2017 Healthcare Info Management Conference in Florida

Orlando, FL – The nation’s Healthcare Information and Management professionals spent 4 days at the Orange County Convention Center meeting IT leaders to view the latest computing solutions. Estone took the opportunity to attend and share how embedded computing and custom tablet computers can serve their needs. From February 19th through the 23rd, Estone Tech met with individuals and groups from all over Florida to discuss their needs and demonstrate the power of modern rugged… 

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Intel’s Ivy Bridge Integrated HD Graphics 4000 Gets 10% Faster

Intel recently released a new driver for it’s Ivy Bridge processors with the Integrated HD Graphics 4000 GPU. The new drivers allow the GPU to perform up to 10% better and faster boosting video performance of games and HD playback while also lowering overall power consumption. Intel also states that the new drivers will include support for OpenCL 1.2. For those of you that do not know the advantages of these changes, OpenCL in short, allows the…