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Publishers have been shifting their journal publishing model from print to electronic journals over the past decade. The online availability of full-text articles proved very attractive to library patrons as medical students, clinicians, and researchers could get immediate access to their preferred titles from their desktops. Since 2000, medical libraries throughout the United States have… Read More »
Safety-net hospitals often struggle financially while providing a significant level of care to low-income, uninsured, and vulnerable communities. In a new report from the California HealthCare Foundation, “Success Under Duress: How Five Hospitals Thrive Despite Challenging Payer Mix”, five California safety-net hospitals are identified as achieving financial success despite this challenging situation. In the report,… Read More »
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Are you interested in how physicians might use Apple’s iPad device on rounds in the hospital? Read an interesting article recounting one physician’s experience. The article discusses privacy and security issues as well as the usability of the iPad during rounds.
Are you interested in learning about mobile “apps” for medicine? The blog iMedicalApps is worth adding to your RSS feed list. The blog features iPad/iPhone and Android medical app reviews by health care professionals. Recent articles have talked about the use of the iPad in the operating room and other hospital settings.