Learn how healthcare apps could look in the near future with this demonstration app called Rounds, allowing doctors and nurses to use tablets to connect with each other and access medical records from wherever they’re working.
Rounds application is an example of how Windows 8 can combine the functionality of a full PC within the interface of a tablet. It could help multidisciplinary teams improve the quality, safety, speed and outcomes of care. Rounds incorporates the touch-screen capabilities of Windows 8 tablets such as Microsoft Surface to allow doctors to locate patients and initiate instant-messaging sessions with nurses.
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