Docs five times more likely to own tablets than average consumers

Physicians are five times more likely than the average person to own a tablet, according to a study recent conducted by marketing firm Knowledge Networks. Overall, the research shows that a full 27 percent of the more than 5,400 physicians who responded own some sort of tablet, an adoption rate about five times the level of average consumers. Press release

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