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FAQ's - Tablet PC
What is the Tablet PC?
How does MediDox work on the Tablet PC?
Why not use the Tablet PC alone? What does MediDox add?
What does a Tablet PC look like?
How heavy is the Tablet PC?
What do I do next?

What is the Tablet PC?

The Tablet PC is a personal computer that is portable and has a screen that accepts input with a stylus including handwritten input. The Tablet is designed specifically for note taking. Bill Gates has championed it as a machine that permits you to, “… call up information that [is] of interest, record your thoughts and share those with other people…”

The Tablet PC has more potential for the physician than any hardware innovation since that advent of the PC itself.

How does MediDox work on the Tablet PC?

The physician uses the stylus to “tap” on the appropriate clinical information as it is set out in MediDox’ MDx Templates. Handwriting or speech recognition is used to record measurements and nuances.

Why not use the Tablet PC alone? What does MediDox add?

MediDox adds speed, completeness, and accuracy. MediDox’ MDx Templates are made to make maximum use of the Tablet’s capabilities and are a significant improvement over the Tablet PC alone. MDx Templates do the heavy lifting. The physician does not expend time and labor in handwriting a note, or dictating the whole note.

What does a Tablet PC look like?

 

 

 

How heavy is the Tablet PC?

Weight varies by manufacturer and model. Expect a physician’s unit to weigh about 3.5 lbs

What do I do next?

Call for an on-line demonstration of the MediDox for the Tablet PC.

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