PointRight recently announced the combined launch of its new iPad app. The new tool gives mobile access to all of the firm's analytics services and reports.
The incoming continuing care retirement community resident is healthier, more technologically savvy and increasingly informed, a new report suggests.
Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs has become required reading for many business managers who want to learn more about the man who built Apple. Jobs was brilliant but it can't be refuted he was also a jerk.
Who is this, and what have you done with my father? That's what I wanted to ask the last time my dad came to visit.
In my many years of practicing nursing and providing care for seniors, it's exciting to see how new technology can make the lives of those in our profession easier and more satisfying. I'm speaking of the iPad.
The Internet came to our office about a decade and a half ago. At that time, staffers would sign up for a half hour's access to this new thing called the World Wide Web. It was a safe bet that a good chunk of that time would be spent watching incredibly slow websites gradually reveal their primitive contents. How times have changed.
Nurses and other healthcare workers could soon be able to check patients' vital signs with smartphones and tablet PCs.
In what is being described as a "happy accident," one Florida nursing home found that use of Apple's iPad 2 tablet PC is able to rejuvenate the memory, motor and social skills of the facility's dementia residents.