Mount Sinai medical school seeks best mobile device for e-records

07/5/2009 | Computerworld

Mount Sinai School of Medicine is on the hunt for the most efficient mobile device that its health practitioners can use to access electronic patient records. Andrew Pizzimenti, the school's senior director for voice and data services, is considering the iPhone and Blackberry since the two brands already are commonly used by health professionals, but an area of concern is whether providers of medical records applications are willing to create the programs needed for those devices.

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