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Boston Children’s Hospital relies on two different tablets to take care of its kids
First up is the prestigious Boston Children's Hospital. This Harvard Medical School teaching affiliate is using tablets for paitent exam reports and to create greater efficiencies.
Talk about a multi-use facility. The Boston Children’s Hospital’s tablet program uses not one, but two different brands of tablets in its program.
“We have a staff of around 30 audiologists and 10 of them use Lenovo tablets, Dr. Brian J. Fligor ScD, told TabTimes. Dr. Fligor is the director of diagnostic audiology at the teaching hospital.
The tablet is used to help record findings from an electronic audiogram, he explained. “Documentations are done within 30 seconds. We used to do it by paper; a short report would take an average of 27 minutes. A majority of audiologists still do that.”
The Windows-based Lenovos were bought in 2011.
The hospital also uses a Fujitsu slate (also Windows) at one of its business sites, he went on to explain. The doctor calls them “phenomenal work horses.”