Mobile Computing News

  1. SATO And Cadi Launching PJM RFID Thermo IC Tag At HIMSS Asia Pacific

    SATO, a leading global provider of Auto-ID solutions that empower workforces and streamline operations, and Cadi Scientific, a Singapore-based provider of healthcare RFID tracking solutions, announced recently that they will launch a jointly developed PJM RFID Thermo IC Tag this coming September at HIMMS Asia Pacific 2015.

  2. Ascom Launches A New Solution For Integrated Workflow Intelligence In Healthcare – The Ascom Myco Smartphone

    Ascom Wireless Solutions, a global provider of mission-critical communication systems, has announced the launch of its ground-breaking mobile device, the Ascom Myco. It combines the capabilities of a smartphone with a set of features specifically designed for the healthcare environment, and especially for nurse communications and efficient management of clinical workflows.

  3. Brother Expands Into Growing Mobile Printing Markets With New Line Of Rugged Printer Cases

    Brother Mobile Solutions, Inc. (BMS) a wholly-owned subsidiary of Brother International Corporation and premier provider of mobile and desktop printing solutions, has released a series of rugged mobile printer cases for the PocketJet® 6 full page mobile printer. The new PJ6 Rugged Roll Case and the PJ6 Rugged Fanfold Case allow mobile workers to print full-page documents in the field, anytime, from virtually any device.

  4. Upcoming Webinar: Wireless Healthcare Done Right

    In our reader survey to identify the top health IT trends for 2014, wireless networking finished as one of the 10 most important IT initiatives for this year. There’s no doubt health providers like you are working diligently to enhance your wireless capabilities to meet the mobile demands of your clinical workforce, but are you going about it the right way?

  5. Havis Expands Into New Markets With The Universal Tablet Mount

    Following February’s release of the Universal Tablet Mount, Havis Inc. has seen new opportunities throughout the year to expand into the industrial andhealthcare markets.

  6. Upcoming Webinar: Implementing Mobility In Healthcare: Advice From The Experts

    Healthcare is about people – but it is also about data. A lot of data. The right mobile solution can make data management easier, more efficient and more effective. We’ve gathered experts from mobile technology and healthcare including Mark Blatt, MD, Worldwide Medical Director of Intel and Jeff R. Zavaleta, MD, Chief Medical Officer of Graphium Health to share insights on mobile solution selection and implementation.

  7. AirStrip Enters Into Strategic Partnership With Samsung

    Mobile healthcare leader AirStrip recently announced a strategic partnership with Samsung that will include the development and optimization of AirStrip ONE on Samsung tablets with Android and Windows 8.1 operating systems, as well as convertible and All-in-One desktop and laptop PCs with touch screens.

  8. Ergotron Display Wall Mount Offers Discreet Profile With Hi-Tech Movement

    An important part of purchasing medical display solutions is having the right support system in place. Today’s healthcare settings need access to vast amounts of information, oftentimes without ample room. Ergotron has introduced the Glide HD, a low profile, height-adjustable display wall mount for such spaces, offering high quality, UL rated mounts that meet the many application needs of facility operators.

  9. Samsung Brings Power And Portability To Healthcare With The Galaxy Note 8.0 Tablet

    Samsung Electronics America, Inc. today announces that the Galaxy Note 8.0 is coming to the U.S. market on April 11. Unveiled globally at Mobile World Congress in February, the Galaxy Note 8.0 will be available in stores and online at retailers including Amazon, Best Buy/Best Buy Mobile, h.h. gregg, Newegg, P.C. Richard & Son, Staples and

  10. Phreesia Partners With EHR Integration Services To Automate Patient Intake Process

    EHR Integration Services (EHR IS), a leading healthcare data management service company that transforms complex data integration issues into clinical and operational workflow improvements, recently announced it has partnered with Phreesia, the patient check-in company, to integrate its point-of-service patient intake solution into medical practices.