Samsung launches $200 Galaxy Tab Iris, an eye-scanning tablet for authenticating India’s citizens

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Samsung has announced a new tablet that features iris-recognition technology, built specifically for government and enterprise bodies in India. Priced at INR 13,499 ($200), the Android 5.0 Samsung Galaxy Tab Iris sports a 7.0” WSVGA (1024×600) display, 1.2 Ghz Quad Core processor, a 3,600mAh battery, and other average specifications. But the real kicker here is, of course, the onboard Iris …

Ellie ArbanasSamsung launches $200 Galaxy Tab Iris, an eye-scanning tablet for authenticating India’s citizens

eForms Beyond Your EHR: Making it Possible for ALL Clinical Forms to be Paperless

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Many healthcare organizations today go through the costly and time-consuming process of implementing an Electronic Healthcare Record (EHR) in the hopes of becoming a “paperless” hospital.  Unfortunately, many hospitals have discovered that even with an EHR in place, paper documentation – and the associated risks and costs – are still present. Hospitals implement EHRs with very specific objectives in mind. …

Ellie ArbanaseForms Beyond Your EHR: Making it Possible for ALL Clinical Forms to be Paperless

The Samsung Challenge: A Vision for Mobile Healthcare Technology at Austin Retina

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Seeing over 100 patients a day, Austin Retina Associates is one of the largest retinal specialty groups in Texas. To see how they might increase productivity with 2-in-1 tablets, we challenged some of Austin Retina’s staff to trade in their myriad healthcare technology devices and get through their workday using the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S. Healthcare technology has come a …

Ellie ArbanasThe Samsung Challenge: A Vision for Mobile Healthcare Technology at Austin Retina

Are You Ready For Education 3.0?

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It is not that long ago when ‘technology-enabled education’ meant a weekly class trip to the computer lab. Today, students and teachers enjoy a wealth of technology-driven educational resources – from MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses), YouTube videos on any subject and Google Hangouts, to collaborative study tools, mobile leaning and cloud-based homework applications. School hallways are filled with tablet …

Ellie ArbanasAre You Ready For Education 3.0?