Medical and Office Technology Articles

Autistic Communication Improved With iPad
By Carlos Garcia
In the United States, according to the Center of Disease Control, one in 110 children is diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Usually, by the age of three, the disorder begins to uncover physical symptoms such as social skills.  For children with a severe case of autism, little interest is shown in communicating with people and most of the time it is impossible for them to express how they feel and what their needs are.
Easy Tips To Getting More Value From LinkedIn
LinkedIn is mainly for and about professionals and business networking. And as the trend toward hospital employment for doctors grows steadily upward-along with many other changes in healthcare delivery dynamics-LinkedIn is one online space to park your CV.
My Smartphone is a Microscope Sebastion Wachsmann-Hogiu, a physicist at the Center for Biophotonics, Science and Technology at the University of California has transformed his iPhone into a high-powered scientific microscope.
Video Game May Help Young Patients Beat Cancer
Submitted by Carlos Garcia
Researchers have looked at video games for years now trying to find the effects they have on the brain.  A recent study by PLoS ONE, a peer-reviewed scientific journal, suggests behaviorally targeted video-game intervention can enhance adherence to prescribed oral medication regimens in children, adolescents, and young adults who have cancer.
Mobile technology revolutionizing how medicine is practiced
Submitted by Carlos Garcia
Healthcare organizations throughout the U.S. are looking for ways to overcome many of these challenges.  With the exponential growth of technology, the bulky, expensive standalone workstations are a thing of the past.  Smart mobile devices such as the iPad, smart mobile tablets and smart phones with longer battery life are revolutionizing the way medicine is practiced.  No waiting to share workstations, mobile devices are portable and secured.