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U.S. Military Tests EHR Applications on Mobile Commercial Devices

December 14, 2010 No Comments

The U.S. military is testing commercial mobile devices for usability with its electronic health record applications, Government Health IT reports.

Lt. Col. William Geesey – product manager at the Army’s Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care organization – said officials are testing tactical EHR applications on the:

  • iPad;
  • iPod Touch;
  • iPhone;
  • Sprint HTC EVO; and
  • Samsung Epic.

According to Geesey, early results indicate that versions of the Army’s EHR technology work on the Apple and Droid operating systems.

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