iPhone EMR – Life Record on the iPhone

Slightly blurry video of the Life Record EMR running on an iPhone:

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Dr Chris Paton

Dr Chris Paton is the Group Health for Global Health Informatics at the University of Oxford.

2 thoughts on “iPhone EMR – Life Record on the iPhone”

  1. I work for a company called Practice Fusion, and I’d like to clear up a few things about Electronic Medical Records.
    There is a lot of skepticism surrounding the security and quality of EMRs, especially applications that are free and web-based. Costly applications want you to believe that you must pay for quality. However, there are many high-quality and free, web-based applications out there. Google Apps. is just one example. I can honestly say that we deliver the best product and support at absolutely no cost, and with no on-site implementation. And that is why we are one of the fastest growing physician practice communities in the United States. We have outstanding technical support, and we pride ourselves on our “Live in Five” process which allows us to get users started within five minutes of calling. If you are interested in learning more about Practice Fusion, you can check out our free EMR. Also, take a look at what others have to say about us: http://www.fiercehealthit.com/innovators/2007/practicefusion, http://blogs.zdnet.com/BTL/?p=4670, and http://blogs.zdnet.com/Stewart/?p=774”>ZD
    If you prefer, you can visit the website and take a demo with a Practice Fusion team member. Give us a call at 415-346-7700.

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