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Presentation on the history of tablets, how to use tablets to improve productivity and the current state of tablet adoption in healthcare

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  • Ask audience: How many of you own iPads now? How many of you own some other tablet based on Android? How may are here to learn how to implement tablets in your hospitals? How many of you want to learn how to truly leverage a tablet to increase your personal productivity?
  • 1. Lots of writing about the iPad early in its release 2. People were commenting on the “problems” with the iPad even before it came out
  • 1. Lots of writing about the iPad early in its release 2. People were commenting on the “problems” with the iPad even before it came out
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  • Tablets, an Introduction
    • Christopher J. Lee
    • Director Medicine Imaging
    • Exempla Good Samaritan Medical Center
  • Agenda
    • Tablet History and Overview
    • Tablets for Productivity
    • Tablets in Healthcare
    • Case Studies
  • A bit about the agenda...
    • How many of you own iPads now?
    • How many of you own some other tablet?
    • How many are here to learn how to implement tablets in your hospitals?
    • How many of you want to learn how to truly leverage a tablet to increase your personal productivity?
    • How many of you own iPads, but never get to use them because your spouse or your kids have taken it over?
    • The good news, you will learn both about how to become more productive AND how tablets can be used in healthcare!
  • the iPad, what it can do...CLIP
  • Back to the future!
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  • How about the tablet in medicine?
  • How about the tablet in medicine?
  • A bit of history, continued
    • Still unclear exactly what tablet will own the healthcare market
  • A bit of history, continued
    • Still unclear exactly what tablet will own the healthcare market
  • What changed with the iPad?
    • Smaller
    • Thinner
    • Brighter
    • Longer Battery Life
    • Lighter
    • Excited developers motivated to develop apps!
  • iPad and Android, what's the difference?
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  • iPad and Android, what's the difference?
    • Apple is closed, developers have to submit all apps for approval
    • Android is similar to Windows, anyone can build an app and make it available for installation
    • Apple has no ports, can not connect non-approved devices
    • Apple does not support flash, technology widely used for web sites
  • iPad and Android, what's the difference?
    • Android is a free OS developed by…
    • Developers can post anything for download, more open to bad apps
    • No overall control of the user experience in app design…more variability
  • iPad and Android, what's better?
    • Depends on who you ask...
  • iPad and Android, what's better?
    • Many of the larger app companies co-develop apps for both the iPad and the Android-based tablets
    • Evernote, Dropbox, Remeber the Milk, etc.
    • Many major apps available on both tablets
  • iPad and Android, what's better?
    • GE has developed their radiology app for both the iPad and the Android-based tablet
  • Tablets and Productivity
  • Tablets and Productivity
    • How many of you forget stuff?
    • How many of you carry around notebooks along with your tablets?
    • How many of you read stuff on the internet, but forget to save or print the information for later?
    • How many of you would rather write with a pen than type on the iPad/Android Keyboard?
    • Anyone ever heard of Getting Things Done by David Allen?
  • Tablets and Productivity
    • The good news, the tablet can truly revolutionize your productivity
    • (1) Collect
    • (2) Process
    • (3) Organize
    • (4) Review
  • Collect
    • Tons of stuff to remember and process
    • Professional organization message boards
    • Meeting Minutes and Agendas
    • Medical Journals
    • Etc, Etc, Etc.
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  • Collect
    • The good news, where the iPad truly shines
    • Evernote (free)
    • Instapaper ($4.99)
    • USA Today (free)
    • Zite
    • Dropbox
  • Collect - EVERNOTE
    • The ultimate cross-platform repository for all information – THINK ELEPHANT
    • Installs on iPad, PC, MAC, Browser, iPhone, Droid Phone, Droid Tablet, etc…
    • Sync notes across all of your devices
    • Take notes directly in Evernote from your tablet
    • I keep all of my work and personal notes on Evernote
    • http://tabletproductive.com/part-2-how-to-keep-track-of-your-notes/
    • http://michaelhyatt.com/7-evernote-resources-you-may-not-know-about.html
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  • Collect – Note taking
    • Can ’t type? Take Notes!
  • Collect – Note taking
    • Purchase a “capacitive” stylus; Bestbuy or Online
    • Many apps to choose from starting with UPAD Lite (free).
    • NotetakerHD ($4.99) is my current favorite
    • http://tabletproductive.com/the-ultimate-note-taking-app-smackdown/
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  • Process
    • What to use to get stuff done!
    • Task Managers, Note takers, Calendars, etc.
    • Too many choices!
    • Many variables to consider; Outlook, Gmail, Cross-platform, Sync to work, work-email, productivity process
    • http://tabletproductive.com/what-to-use-to-manage-your-productivity-ask-the-experts/
  • Process - TASKS
    • Toodledo, TaskTaskHD, Remember the Milk (free)
    • Helps manage all your tasks, provides a cohesive location to store action items
    • Range from the $30+ OmniFocus to the free Reminders from Apple
    • Favorite is Remember the Milk, but currently use Reminders on the Apple iOS (v5 or above)
    • http://tabletproductive.com/tasktaskhd-it-just-works/
    • http://tabletproductive.com/reminders-sometimes-free-really-is-better/
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  • Organize
    • Mind Mapping, an excellent organizational tool
    • “ A  mind map  is a  diagram  used to represent  words ,  ideas , tasks, or other items linked to and arranged around a central key word or idea. Mind maps are used to  generate , visualize ,  structure , and  classify  ideas, and as an aid to  studying  and  organizing information,  solving problems ,  making decisions , and writing.”
  • Organize
    • Mind Jet – Free, a great way to start
    • iThoughtsHD - $9.99
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  • Review
    • You ’ve gathered your information, now review what you have
    • Many different apps for this from the sophisticated and beautiful to the basic
  • Review - ZITE
    • Dynamic Magazine based on your interests that LEARNS from your tastes
    • Allows you to read what you want, save what you want, share what you want – FREE
    • Other similar apps include Flipboard, Good Reader and FeeddlerPro
    • Bought by CNN!
    • Coming to Android in the near future
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  • Review - Flipboard
    • You select a magazine and other sources like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.
    • Flipboard displays all of this information in a magazine-like fashion….flip!
    • Excellent way to review your various information sources efficiently
    • FREE!
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  • Review - InstaPaper
    • Offline reader (not available on Android, try InstaFetch)
    • Send articles, web sites, tweets, etc. to your Instapaper Account
    • Sync while online, all content is downloaded and available for review later
    • Great for the plane, boring meetings, etc.
    • Designed for serious reading vs. the bright white of the typical iPad Screen
    • Can be combined with Evernote to create an excellent information to-do workflow
    • http://tabletproductive.com/a-better-way-to-process-information-on-the-ipad-with-instapaper/
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  • Good Reader – NO PAPER
    • Sophisticated PDF Reader
    • Read PDF, .DOC, .XLS, etc.
    • Excellent for meeting materials
    • Allows for file annotation with a stylus
  • Good Reader Example
  • Good (continued)
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  • Good Reader, a proposal
    • Admin alone uses 3+ cases of paper a week
    • Reams of paper printed every day for our own meetings
    • Why not send all materials via email?
    • Tablet/Notebook people sync, non tablet people print themselves
    • Project everything anyway
    • How much paper could we save?
  • Tablets and Healthcare Yes, this is Exempla ’s Fuji on my iPad!
  • Tablets and Healthcare???
    • FOR ( http://thehealthcareblog.com/blog/2010/02/19/why-the-ipad-matters-for-healthcare/ )
    • “ In the past healthcare technology has always been about the hardware … But the tablets, and the iPad in particular, are designed to be as simple as possible (just one button). They’re not really about the hardware, at all – in fact, if these tools work as promised, the hardware disappears. “
    • AGAINST ( http://hitconsultant.blogspot.com/2010/01/9-reasons-ipad-falls-short-for-acute.html)
    • “ Quintiles’ Adam Istas believes the iPad’s healthcare opportunity should not be judged until medical apps specifically built for the platform (and not just those ported over from the iPhone/iPod)” come to the market.”
    http://www.ipadcmo.com/for-and-against-the-ipad-in-healthcare-then-and-now
  • Tablets and Healthcare
    • Comes down to the apps!!!
      • Hospitalist, Family Practioner, Neurologist, Surgeon, Radiology, etc.
      • Epic – Canto
    • STSC must support these apps assuming back and front end versions match
  • Tablets and Healthcare – FUTURE
    • Maybe the future is not the iPad…
  • Tablets and Healthcare
  • Tablets and Healthcare
  • Tablets and Healthcare – Exempla
    • Epic 2010 with the Canto License, unimplemented
    • Various early adopters accessing Epic via Citrix, i.e. Windows on the iPad
    • Some Interventional Radiologists have displayed PACS images via Citrix
    • Ortho PA interested in telemedicine utilizing the iPad 2 ’s cameras
    • Lots of Citrix configurations for physicians
  • SUMMARY
    • Amazing productivity tool, if thoughtfully implemented
    • Amazing potential for healthcare
    • Here for the executive
    • In process for the clinician
    • WHAT DO YOU THINK?
    • QUESTIONS?