Monthly Archives: June 2010
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Mark Neuenschwander (@hospitalrx) turned me on to this app: Find My iPhone for the iPad. The application allows you to locate your iPhone, send an audible and/or text message to your iPhone, remotely lock your iPhone or remotely “Wipe” your iPhone via the comforts of your iPad. Pretty slick.
I’m sure you’ve heard people say “just Google it”. Not only have I heard the phrase, but I’ve used it myself. But how do search engines like Google and Bing work for health related information? Out of simple curiosity I spent a few minutes with Google and Bing to find out.
I always find it interesting to see what brings people to my website and what they decided to read once they get here. Most read posts over the past 7 days: An almost disastrous bar-coding mishap – I said almost a disastrous mishap people, almost. Bloodthirsty savages. Quick Hit – Mobile devices in our pharmacy […]
As usual there were a lot of things that happened during the week, and not all of it was pharmacy or technology related. Here’s a quick look at some of the stuff I found interesting.
Medication compliance was an issue long before I became a pharmacist, and it will continue to be that way until the end of time. Some patients chose not to take their medication, while others simple can’t remember, and still others may be willing to take their medication but can’t for one reason or another. The […]
At some point in the past few days it was decided that our technicians should re-label all injectable controlled substances with one of our “after market” flag labels. I’m not sure when or how the decision was made, but it was. When questioned about it, the rationale behind the decision was that the nurses were […]
Earlier today I mentioned the Motion J3400 in reference to the mobile computers we use in pharmacy. And right on queue Motion Computing announces the release of the Motion J3500, the big brother to the J3400. Several of the key changes include availability of Intel Core i5 and i7 vPro Processors, a dual touch display […]
During preparation for a presentation that I’m giving at Innovations 2010 on mobile computing in pharmacy, I realized that we seem to be collecting quite a variety of mobile devices in the pharmacy at Kaweah Delta. Below are some images of the devices currently in use.
I always find it interesting to see what brings people to my website and what they decided to read once they get here. Most read posts over the past 7 days: Cool Technology for Pharmacy – RxVerify – RxVerify is a neat piece of software that fits a nice little niche. Cool Technology for Pharmacy […]