Monthly Archives: May 2010

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PracticeRx by Doctor’s Digest for the iPhone

I saw this application in the new issue of Hospital Pharmacy. PracticeRx is an application from Doctor’s Digest that provides informational practice tips and various alerts on health care related topics The registration process is quick, easy and requires that you identify your profession and specialty practice area. There are some screen shots below that […]

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The rise of the tablet, the cloud and ubiquitous computing

There’s a great article in the April 2010 issue of Wired that spends a lot of time talking about the Apple iPad and the paradigm shift created by the development of new technologies like it. The author does a nice job of not only looking at the fantasy like love affair everyone has with the […]

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Headed for the unSUMMIT (#unSUM10)

I’m sitting in the airport waiting to board my flight for Atlanta to attend the unSUMMIT. This will be my first time attending the unSUMMIT and I’m getting pretty excited about it; like I get before every conference I attend. The unSUMMIT is billed as a place to get information on barcode point-of-care technology (BPOC), […]

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Medscape Mobile for the BlackBerry

Medscape has been around for quite some time. In fact it was one of the first online communities offering specific information for pharmacists. I started using it sometime around 1997. It hadn’t been around for long at that time, but the content was well done. I received an email last week introducing the availability of […]

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