Tablet PCs have tremendous value in a decentralized pharmacy model. I am a big fan and have been fortunate enough to have both a Director of Pharmacy and CIO that are supportive of technology and my desire to use it. Last year our department configured two tablet PCs to be used by our critical care and pediatric pharmacists. The tablets are primarily used on rounds to gather information on patients. While utilizing the tablets the pharmacists have full access to our Siemens Pharmacy System for the patient’s medication record and crucial labs. In addition, the pharmacists can access the nursing and physician clinical systems, giving them quick access to additional information such as H&Ps, physician progress notes, nursing progress notes, finger stick results and much more. The tablets have been well received by the pharmacists.
You can imagine my excitement when my brother sent me an interesting link to a “blog dedicated to the engineering of Microsoft Windows 7.” The page contains information specific to advances to the tablet PC input experience.Â Improvements to the writing pad were deperately needed and the addition of text prediction on the soft keyboard will be a welcome addition. I’m looking forward to the next generation of tablet PCs. Our department has plans to roll out an additional 5 tablets over the next 12 months. Maybe I can hold out for Windows 7.
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Your use of Tablet PC’s would make for a great case study for Microsoft. :-)
Just tell me where to sign up!
Unfortunately they need to approach you.
Too bad Robert Scoble isn’t there any longer. He visited us at Paramount Farms, which resulted in a really nice case study. Robert was/is a huge fan of the tablet.
Back in my Visio days we were planning to make Visio the must have application for tablet use but the then head of the Office unit wasn’t a big fan, so nothing came of the ideas. Sad, but true.