Why Healthcare Units Essentially Need Internal Battery or UPS in a Computer

According to a recent report by AHRQ, about 15 million hospital stays each year in the United States, either directly or indirectly, involve operation room procedures. For emergency room procedures, statistics accumulated by CDC depict circa 37.9 million injury-related patient visits on an annual…


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How Medical Computers with CAC and MSR Can Help Avoid Costly Record Breaches

Computers form the backbone of modern day healthcare facilities. Had it not been for the consummate analytical supremacy and multitasking capability offered by computers, seamless execution of the otherwise complex underlying medical practices indispensable to holding the entire healthcare industry…


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Why Do Hospitals Need Computers with Antimicrobial Housings?

A modern healthcare facility cannot possibly function without the involvement of computers, one way or the other. Had it not been for the unparalleled analytical power and multitasking ability offered by computers, complex medical procedures that are the norm today would never have been carried out…


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Cybernet Keyboard All-in-One’s Redefine the Classroom Experience

There is no question that computers are essential to today's schools and other educational institutions. Computers are necessary for most of the tasks within a school—from managing student and faculty records in the administration office to monitoring library activity. Of course, the main purpose…


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Cybernet Fuels the Medical Computer Touch Screen Revolution

Why a number of health facilities chose a Cybernet solution Obtaining and using computer equipment has always been a challenge for health care facilities, such as hospitals, laboratories and clinics. First, there's the issue of limited space. These facilities simply do not have room for large and…


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Tablets vs PCs: A Guide For The Utterly Confused

There was a time when shopping for a computer meant choosing between the different models of PC's available in the market. A PC or a personal computer is precisely just that—a computer designed for the personal use of an individual. Personal computers originally referred to full desktop computer…


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Kiosks – Enhancing Productivity and Customer Service

Kiosks are free-standing information and computing portals consisting of a computer (or kiosk PC,) a monitor, other peripherals like credit card readers or printers, and a cabinet to house them. They have been in use since the 1970s, originally targeted for consumers in multiple industries. One of…


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Tablet Use Increasing in Health Care Industry

When doctors and nurses started bringing their own tablet computers to work three or four years ago, it was a sign that times were changing. Although the health care industry has lagged behind other industries in the adoption of tablet computers in the workplace, they are catching up rapidly.…


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Patient Infotainment Systems: A New View for Patients

Patient Using Infotainment System A new term has evolved in the health care IT industry: “patient infotainment system”. What does it mean? It’s a computer that can be used for multiple purposes at a patient’s hospital bedside: for information (patient and health care provider) and for entertainment…


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Touch Screens: Essential Technology for PCs Today

Was it a smartphone or the ATM or a retail kiosk where you first used a touch screen? Touch screen devices are ubiquitous today, and people now expect their PCs at work and at home to have touch screen capability also. Why is touch screen technology so popular? It saves a lot of time, and…


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