Thai hospital going wireless
PC World, April 21, 2009
Thailand's Bumrungrad International Hospital will soon install a wireless system to allow doctors and nurses to access electronic medical records. The system will feature Motorola handheld digital assistants for medical staff to be used for communications, to access medical records, and to scan barcodes on medicine labels to ensure they go to the right patient. The hospital will also soon feature computers in every patient room.
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