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by Derek Kessler
Dec 29, 2010
As the webOS medical community continues to explore their options in the wake of Epocrates’ departure announcement, app developers have been responding to fill the vacuum. One of the most prominent...
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by Riz Parvez
Dec 20, 2010
With the unfortunate and oddly-timed announcement that Epocrates will be ceasing to support webOS early next year, individual healthcare practitioners as well as enterprise managers in hospital...
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by Riz Parvez
Mar 03, 2010
A few months ago you may remember my Real Review of Lexi-Comp beta for webOS. I concluded then that the app (which was a major leap forward in medical software on webOS) was exceptionally good...
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by Derek Kessler
Feb 13, 2010
Attention doctors: Feel like getting your medicine on? webOS is here to help, with two new apps arriving recently in the Palm App Catalog to assist you with your doctorly needs. First up is PEPID...
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by Derek Kessler
Jan 31, 2010
The folks at Palm are screwing with my head, I swear. I open up the App Catalog this morning to see what’s new, and behold, there is new stuff listed under older. Again. I know this stuff wasn’t...
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by Derek Kessler
Nov 19, 2009
Apps apps apps! We all know they’re important, and the developers behind these apps would agree. Palm knows that they’re important, that’s why there’s an App Catalog on the device from the very...
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by Riz Parvez
Nov 17, 2009
The medical community has long been a major supporter of smartphones, largely as an evolution of our adopting point-of-care software on PDAs. The importance of the healthcare market continues to...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 21, 2009
[ youtube link ] Lexi-Comp’s upcoming app for webOS is moving closer to launch, so close in fact that they look at the Fall 2009 release date as being “very soon.” Even though the program is still...
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by Riz Parvez
Oct 01, 2009
Certain key elements remain every bit as instrumental to smartphones today as they did when the first Palm Pilot became available: Email, Contacts, Calendar, and Tasks. Although many of you are...
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by Derek Kessler
Aug 31, 2009
Medical database company Lexi-Comp has announced that they are developing a webOS version of their highly-rated app. The Lexi-Comp app has been available for Palm OS, Windows Mobile,...