Shorts: Motion; PatientKeeper; DiabetesMine

By Brian Dolan
11:45 am
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Motion_C5Motion Computing has suped up its line of tablet devices with Intel Core vPro processors, which will increase the devices' performance, security and manageability, according to the company. The tablets now have better remote management capabilities that allow IT technicians to repair and secure the PC from any location, even while powered-down or in sleep mode, Motion wrote in a statement. More

PatientKeeper announced the availability of a native Apple iPad version of its PatientKeeper Mobile Clinical Results app. PatientKeeper's apps provide users access to a comprehensive set of aggregated and up-to-date patient information from virtually any system, putting the power of patient information along with documentation and communication tools in the hands of physicians. More

NJ-based HealthFrontier added a new device to its remote monitoring service: Microtel's ecgAnywhere device. The device allows "near" real time viewing of diagnostic 12 lead ECG. More

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DiabetesMine's annual design challenge for innovation in diabetes care management is open for voting -- check out all the innovative contenders here.

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