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California hospital to test iPads for reading X-rays, vital signs

Network World reported yesterday that Kaweah Delta Health Care District in Visalia, Calif., is planning to deploy 100 iPads for testing by health-care workers in the next two months. According to the article, the iPads will be used for both productivity and clinical applications:

In addition to usual office applications such as e-mail, health care workers will use the iPads to look at X-ray images, EKG results and various other patient monitoring programs, all delivered using Citrix virtual desktop and application delivery software.

Previously: An iPad rounds in the emergency department and CIO's thoughts on the iPad's role in medicine
Via Macworld

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