Thursday, November 29, 2007

3G iPhone for Valentine's Day?

Nov. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. will introduce a version of the iPhone next year that can download from the Internet at a faster rate, AT&T Inc. Chief Executive Officer Randall Stephenson said.

The device will operate on third-generation wireless networks, Stephenson said today at a meeting of the Churchill Club in Santa Clara, California. San Antonio-based AT&T is the exclusive carrier for the iPhone in the U.S.

``You'll have it next year,'' Stephenson said in response to a question about when the 3G iPhone would debut. He said he didn't know how much more the new version will cost than the existing model, which sells for $399. Apple Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs ``will dictate what the price of the phone is,'' he said.


Tuesday, November 27, 2007

iPhone Pogomd EMR viewer

The goal is to permit viewing of

lab results

Let us know of your experiences. SV

PogoMD is currently building interfaces to most major EMR's. Requirements include an ODBC compliant database along with an installed ODBC driver and either MSSQL or MySQL databases.

ODBC compliant database
ODBC drive
MSSQL or MySQL database


Epocrates iPhone option

Well we are one step closer to having Epocrates on the beloved iPhone.

This iPhone Epocrates website link is Safari friendly and will at least let you look up the medications monographs and pill photos.

Its a good start. SV

iPhone Epocrates link

Sunday, November 25, 2007

iPhone Intelligent notification

Here's an interesting article. SV

A new application from intelligent notification vendor MIR3 promises to enable IT administrators to use an iPhone to manage, send and receive notifications from anywhere there's connectivity. The move suggests Apple's mobile phone may break into enterprise applications sooner than expected.

"Lopez says the iPhone's UI could be particularly well suited to run applications that require users to fill out forms, close out help desk tickets, or retrieve information on clients or locations. Physicians or nurses could also benefit from an iPhone-based app that enables them to manage patient health records via an iPhone or iPod touch. "The iPhone could be treated like a tablet without the pen," Lopez says."


Sunday, November 11, 2007

iPhone remote desktop access

This is an amazing application. SV

Photos taken by Chris O'Connor, M.D., Ath. Tr., A.A.F.P.