Study: Smartphones help nurses fill communication gaps at work

12/3/2012 | Healthcare Informatics online

More than two-thirds of nurses at acute care facilities use their personal smartphones at work for both clinical and personal communications, according to a study conducted by Spyglass Consulting Group. The survey also found that 96% of nurses said first-generation tablets were not a good tool to support bedside nursing.

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