Sep 03, 2015

5 best smartphone advances for doctors in the past 5 years - MedCity NewsMedCity News

This post is sponsored by Sprint and is the fifth article in a 12-part series on mobilizing healthcare for improved communication. The iPhone is only seven years old, but it’s tough to remember life w ithout it. In the years since the iPhone’s 2007 release, the smartphone has become ubiquitous. Today, 58 percent of Americans own a smartphone.1 In the past five years, there’s been an explosion of...

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