The Medical Professional's Guide to Handheld Computing, Volume 1

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2004 - Computers - 207 pages
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Welcome to the incredible world of handheld computing in medicine! The Medical Professional's Guide to Handheld Computing provides all healthcare professionals --regardless of their experience with PDAs--complete and up-to-date information on choosing and using a palm device. With chapters ranging from "Before you Buy" and "Getting Started" through critical profiles of all the major medical software available, the Guide is the best source available anywhere to answer your questions about PDAs in clinical practice. Useful to all health professionals --from medical students to physicians and nurses to physician assistants and other allied health practitioners-- this book is an essential tool for all palm users who work in the healthcare setting. The Guide will help you get the most out of your PDA by: Saving time Improving efficiency Improving patient care Improving decision-making Avoiding medical errors Increasing productivity
  

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Contents

Acknowledgments
3
Getting Started
13
Cautions
24
Software Enhancements
44
Web Sites
66
iSilo Files
86
Jfiles
100
ePocrates Pro
117
Beiks Products
147
STATCoder Series
148
Miscellaneous Nonmedical Software
162
Hardware Addons
177
ICD Coding
190
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