November Special Supplement Contents
Handheld computing and your practice
Buying a handheld? Consider these five key factors
Size is still an important consideration, but issues like screen quality can be just as critical.
What does the future hold for handheld computing?
A look at some upcoming trends in mobile computing—and how they may affect you.
The operating system debate: Pocket PC vs. Palm
Do you want a miniature version of your desktop computer—or something faster?.
How the College is helping physicians use PDAs
Products include handheld versions of popular drug databases and new Annual Session courses.
How safe is the patient information on your PDA?
While it's easy to misplace a handheld computer, you can take some simple steps to protect yourself.
Hospitals and health plans roll out PDA programs
Early efforts let physicians retrieve—and in some cases, change—patient records via palmtop computers.
E-prescribing: nascent industry or uncertain future?
While handhelds make e-prescribing relatively easy, obstacles are limiting the technology's use.
Software to help your billing—and your bottom line
Charge capture programs can speed up reimbursement and improve accuracy, but are they for you?
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