Technology | June 11, 2007

Wireless Platform Supports Thin, Thick Client Applications

MedTab is a wireless IT platform that supports thin- and thick-client applications based upon hardware and software industry standards. In particular, it can be configured as a dedicated browser to support Web-based services. This allows easy, cost-effective integration into existing IT infrastructures and development of IT services that deliver unique value to clinicians and healthcare organizations.
The system comfortably fits into a lab coat, scrubs or jacket pocket; can easily accommodate electronic medical records (EMR); can be splashed, disinfected and dropped without failing; operates up to 12 hours before needing a recharge; looks just like ink on paper in any light including daylight; supports pick lists, voice and handwriting recognition, and soft keys; and meets HIPAA guidelines and EMI standards.

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