Posts Tagged ‘portability’
Give patients more control over diabetes with mobile apps
By Genevieve Coates As the daughter of a diabetes nurse, I hear this all the time: I forgot to take my insulin… I don’t record my blood sugar numbers because I don’t have the time… I don’t count carbs because I don’t have the information. The list goes on. As a Type 1 diabetic myself,…Read More
Revolutionizing medical practice through technology
Will healthcare providers be able to diagnose without physically examining a patient? This question may have sounded ridiculous a few years ago, however, today many of them are depending more on technology to fine tune their profession. It appears that technology is emerging as the only recourse to be exact, especially in the field of medicine where human…Read More
HTC One S or HTC One X? What’s your sense?
So with the impending launch of HTC’s One line of devices here in the U.S., which device are you going for? The One S, or the One X? Sure it’s probably an “easier” decision if you’re already with AT&T and you don’t plan on leaving, so you’d naturally just get the One X, and if…Read More
Dropbox, thanks for the space, I feel better about our relationship
So last night I happened to be uploading photos and video to Dropbox via the Android camera upload feature, and after all these years using Dropbox I had never taken advantage of the feature. My device has been a little sluggish lately and I noticed that I had maxed out the available space both on…Read More
The New Apple iPad. Who’s picking one up?
Alright, we’ve made it through the Apple event today that announced the iPad 3 new iPad. The next event we’re all going to have to make it through is…Are you picking one up? Let’s talk about a few specs. Instead of using “New iPad,” I’ll refer to it as the latest release. Any better? Not really.…Read More
High Tech Solutions for Nursing Students
So, I had the privilege and honor of being interviewed by Jennifer Olin, BSN, RN over at RNCentral.com. Thanks to Jennifer and RN Central. March 2nd, 2012 By Jennifer Olin, BSN, RN The new millennium isn’t even that new anymore but one thing is for sure, new technology is a day-to-day occurrence, particularly…Read More
iTriage, can you look at this rash?
So I’ve had the opportunity to use a great little app in my business, iTriage. It’s not just a great little app because it’s free (sure is a bonus though), but it really helps me augment the care I deliver to my patients. As I’ve state before, I work in the community and certainly have…Read More
Something old, Something new
Hey there community, I’ve been wanting to attempt something new here at Innovative Nurse and leap ahead with my social media platforms. Now, this isn’t necessarily cutting edge stuff or anything, but I’m always trying to tweak things a bit to see what works. So, in an attempt to create more content, I am doing…Read More
White Macbook, a little piece of nostalgia
Apple has quietly pulled the magsafe plug from the white Macbook, and in it’s short life (born from the powerbook in 2006) helped bring Apple’s mobile computers to the mainstream. It nudged it’s way into many hands, although it certainly created it’s own controversy with it’s very similar specs to the 13″ Macbook pro in 2010-2011. And yes,…Read More