Mobile computing devices

Sep 2000 Issue
A Palm-Top Computer in Every Practice? [Computers]

This article will give an overview of hand-held computers and provide practical tips for using them in physician practices.

Jun 2001 Issue
How a Palm-Top Computer Can Help You at the Point of Care [Computers]

The author explains how he has incorporated a PDA into his day-to-day practice and discusses some applications and how he uses them.

Jul-Aug 2001 Issue
Buying Your First PDA [Computers]

The author explains the features of a PDA and what to look for when shopping for one that will be used in a medical practice.

Oct 2001 Issue
Downloading Applications for Your PDA [Computers]

The author provides step-by-step instructions for downloading medical information, databases, charts, forms and more from the Internet to a personal digital assistant.

Jun 2002 Issue
Security Software for Hand-Held Computers [Computers]

The article provides an overview of the different software programs available for securing information stored on PDAs and also describes why users should install one of these programs.

May 2002 Issue
Coding and Billing Software for Palm-Top Computers [Feature]

The author describes how to use handheld computers for billing and coding purposes and reviews software for each specific billing task family physicians encounter.

Jan 2003 Issue
10 Quick Tips for a More User-Friendly PDA [Computers]

The author provides tips for customizing a PDA so that it is more useful to the physician at the point of care.

May 2003 Issue
Evidence-Based-Medicine Tools for Your Palm-Top Computer [Computers]

The author evaluates a list of evidence-based resources for the personal digital assistant and offers tips for better utilization of these resources at the point of care.

Mar 2004 Issue
Rediscovering the Paper Planner [Balancing Act]

The author, a time management expert, explains why people are giving up their PDAs and returning to paper planning. She also provides instructions for getting the best of both worlds by combining paper and electronic scheduling.

Apr 2005 Issue
Free Medical Applications for Your PDA [Computers]

The author gives his "top-10" list of free medical software applications that family physicians can use on their personal digital assistants (PDAs).

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