IPad use bolsters efficiency among docs, study finds

03/13/2012 | Reuters

Medical residents at the University of Chicago found that iPads helped them become more effective on their rounds, a study in the Archives of Internal Medicine revealed. The residents reported that the tablets saved them about an hour a day by giving them access to patient records and allowing them to prescribe care more efficiently.

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