by Tony Rushin I’m guessing everyone who has had an iPad for over 6 months already knows this tip.  However, none of the 5 new iPad users I showed this to had seen it before and told me it was real helpful tip so here goes. If you’re like me (and most other people I…

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Mobile Devices – Revolutionizing patient care. Get on board or get out of business. by Richard Stokes At the mHealth Summit technology conference in Washington, DC this past year; Paul Jacobs, CEO of Qualcomm stated that more than 5.6 billion people are using cell phones, and that the smart phone has outpaced computers. More specifically…

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by David Gracey Thought I should probably help Tony out again since I just helped Richard! With computer processing power continuing to double about every 18 months, the hardware capacity of most network servers have long since outpaced the software’s ability to keep up.  That, combined with improving hardware reliability means there is a lot…

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Julie Shumer – Professional Medical Insurance Company by Richard Stokes One of the things that I enjoy most about being a member of the North Fulton MGMA is the content that we get from the speakers; I always come away with something new. For January, our presenter was Julie Shumer with Professional Medical Insurance Company…

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by David Gracey Apple’s latest iPhone 4S comes with a new app called “Siri.”  Siri is a voice recognition app that claims to not only understand what you say, but know what you mean.  Seems like a pretty tall order to deliver information accurately this way.  You ask a question and she (the voice is…

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by David Gracey Since I helped Tony out, Richard asked me to do the same so that he could take the lead! The “cloud” means lots of different things to various people.  By now just about everyone has read an article about how the cloud is changing the future of computing.  And it is, to…

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Kiosks – Leveraging Technology for Better Results by Richard Stokes This post puts me neck and neck with Tony! Whether you work in a hospital setting or private practice, healthcare facilities are being squeezed to try to do more with the same.  Combine that with an aging population and an expectation of high service fostered…

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EMR/EHR Adoption to Continue and to Move into Development and Maintenance by Richard Stokes As I mentioned in yesterday’s Tips and Techniques post, I’ve been writing some medical blogs. Since Tony’s doing a much better job of keeping his New Year’s resolution than I am so far, I figured now was a good time for me…

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Word and Excel – How to correct AutoCorrect by Richard Stokes Autocorrect is that feature in both Word and Excel that politely corrects the spelling of a word for you after you have mistyped it.  The ‘glass half empty’ person might say that is one of those tools that allow us to keep mistyping words…

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by David Gracey Tony asked me to write his next blog out of fear that Richard might get ahead! The “cloud” means lots of different things to various people.  By now just about everyone has read an article about how the cloud is changing the future of computing.  And it is, to an extent. Businesses…

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Apps Will Continue to Drive Attorney Adoption by Tony Rushin So far I’m doing pretty well with my New Year’s resolution of keeping up with Richard by being the first one to post a blog in 2012! Tablets are over 10 years old – can you believe it?  Some would even say that Apple’s Newton,…

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