SPOTLIGHT: Ways mobile computing is changing medicine

We're not big fans of sites that exist solely for search-engine optimization, but occasionally one will have an interesting blog post that's completely unrelated to the site's domain name. Such is the case with the e-Health News Blog--essentially a front for a listing of medical technologist schools--which has a list of "17 Ways Mobile Computing Is Changing Medicine and Healthcare." The listing breaks down mobile computing into three broad categories: diagnosis and treatment; patient information; and communication. Even we have to admit we learned something new. Blog

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