Mobile technologies are helping to transform the field of medicine, especially when it comes to learning about and referencing complex medical subjects. Medical learning programs provide an innovative and affordable new way for those working in the medical field to learn, study, and reference complex information.
Suppose that a nurse is assisting a patient in some hospital room and that the patient’s doctor is somewhere else in the facility. The nurse gathers vitals for the patient and enters the information into the computer. The nurse would like for the doctor to get this information “on the fly” without having to pull him or her into the room to look at the computer. Solution? Push notifications! What could happen is that when the vitals are entered, the doctor receives a push notification from some cloud service, wherever he or she may be. Thus, this is an example where cloud service
I’d like to share a useful example for recording audio in a Windows Store App. Particularly, I will present an app that targets the enterprise healthcare sector. Audio recordings can enable doctors to “attach” speech to notes for patients. This aides doctors in the event that if their hands are occupied, they can simply use voice to make a recording or play it back with a single button click. Also, when a doctor’s working with many patients, on-the-fly dictation makes it easier to track accurate medical records. Thus, recorded notes serve as a great addendum to the traditional ke
On May 23rd we held another Intel AppLab at the Microsoft Technology center. We had developers from top Fortune 500 companies in the healthcare, banking, materials, manufacturing and agricultural sectors. The event was held in a large classroom style facility. Presentation from local Microsoft and Intel presenters received high marks on our survey from the participants. We also had a presentation from UX/UI specialist Dr.