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Gary Tetz

The conscience of tech

Remember those innocent days when long-term care was hopelessly tech-phobic, and EHR was just a quick way to tell 911 your facility was under attack by an Emerging Hostile Rodent?

New app for patients

New app for patients

Savvier Health LLC, the creator of Patient Whiz, announced the Patient Whiz app to help patients manage their medical care.

Samsung Galaxy S4 to challenge the iPhone

Samsung Galaxy S4 to challenge the iPhone

Samsung unveiled its Galaxy S4 at the Radio City music hall in New York on Thursday. Set to take on the iPhone 5, the Galaxy S4 sports a new 13-megapixel rear-facing camera with full HD 1080p video recording capabilities.

Vigilan puts final touches on free charting app

Vigilan announced the beta release of a charting app that allows residents’ vital signs to be sent to an iPhone or iPad. The app can work independently or be integrated into the firm’s software suite. Among its features: data sharing, weight trending and alerts. The free app is expected to be available for use with iPads and iPhones by March. An Android version will be available in the second quarter, according to Vigilan.

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