Not yet. . . but I believe


Not yet. . . but I believe it’s getting close.

Of course. . . my line of work is ICU nursing. We do computer-based charting, medication administration verification, etc. It would not be a stretch to use something like an iPad to accomplish some of this.

The main conference room in our hospital is often used for educational in-services. The computer in that conference room used for Powerpoint presentations (using an overhead projector) is WiFi and Bluetooth capable. Theoretically, an enterprising lecturer could bring in their iPad, connect to the conference room computer (and projector) via WiFi and share their presentation. Pretty cool, huh!

I tell you. . . someone who’s enterprising enough could create specific healthcare apps for the iPad (to interphase with hospital’s main software programs) and probably make a bundle of $$$$$$$! The market is there! (I just wish I knew how to create those Apps. . . . LOL!)

I gave my wife an iPad as a holiday present this year. It’s phenomenal.

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