Posted on April 11th, 2012 by
Since the first-generation iPad hit the market in 2010, physicians have embraced the gadget and its apps, many of which enhance or expedite clinical care. But until recently, the patient experience has not been directly influenced by Apple's hit device, other than by way of the patient being impressed with their physician’s technological prowess…iPads as Patient Guides Mayo Clinic has begun using content- and app-loaded iPads to help guide patients through their hospital experience. Earlier this month the health system posted a video depicting iPad use on its YouTube page. Each heart surgery patient is given an iPad to help them visualize and prepare for their plan of care.
HealthLeaders by Marianne Aiello 4/11/12
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