Anyone who has spent time in a hospital, either as a patient or as a caregiver, knows the heart and soul of a hospital is the nursing staff, from the RNs overseeing the unit to the nursing students learning the ropes.
So it came as a surprise, and an even bigger disappointment to me, to learn nurses aren't at the top of the list when it comes to deploying mobile healthcare tools. As FierceMobileHealthcare reported last week, nurses may actually be on the end of the list. That's a scenario that has to change--and quickly. Read more...
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