HIMSS: Docs split on FDA reg, hospitals not creating apps

Doctors are almost evenly split over whether the FDA is appropriately regulating healthcare apps, according to a new HIMSS survey about health IT professionals' opinions on mobile use. The surprising data indicates nearly 50 percent of clinicians use healthcare apps to view patient-specific information, but that hospitals aren't the ones creating those apps (only 44 percent of respondents say their hospitals are creating healthcare apps at this time). Article

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