Automatic Data Processing

Pen-based computing: applications in clinical medicine.

Author(s): 
Publication Date: 
Mar 30, 2001

Handheld, pen-based computing is an affordable, empowering technology that has application in small practice settings as well as in hospital-wide environments.

In the palm of your hand.

Author(s): 
Publication Date: 
Jul 18, 2001

The explosive growth of handheld personal digital assistants (PDAs) in health care has been nothing short of amazing. What applications--business and clinical--do these devices have in medicine, and what is their potential?

Tomorrow's transcription tools: what new technology means for healthcare.

Author(s): 
Publication Date: 
Aug 13, 2003

The year is 2006, and there are just a few hundred medical transcriptionists (MTs) still transcribing reports, serving only those older physicians who haven't changed with the times--and the times have definitely changed.

Online handwritten script recognition.

Author(s): 
Publication Date: 
Sep 22, 2004

Automatic identification of handwritten script facilitates many important applications such as automatic transcription of multilingual documents and search for documents on the Web containing a particular script.

Personal digital assistant with a barcode reader--a medical decision support system for nurses in home care.

Publication Date: 
Mar 08, 2010

INTRODUCTION: Inappropriate medication among elderly people increases the risk of adverse drug-drug interactions, drug-related falls and hospital admissions. In order to prevent these effects it is necessary to obtain a profile of the patients' medication.

Reading 1D Barcodes with Mobile Phones Using Deformable Templates.

Author(s): 
Publication Date: 
Sep 10, 2015

Camera cellphones have become ubiquitous, thus opening a plethora of opportunities for mobile vision applications. For instance, they can enable users to access reviews or price comparisons for a product from a picture of its barcode while still in the store.

Pages