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McKesson Certifies Apps on C5

January 11, 2008
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Atlanta-based McKesson has certified its major Horizon Clinicals applications on the Motion C5 Mobile Clinical Assistant tablet PC, developed by Intel Corporation (Santa Clara, Calif.) and Motion Computing (Austin, Texas).

The C5 is a tablet that integrates design elements with point-of-care data and image capture technologies for use by physicians, nurses and other clinicians.

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How much of IT professional are ready to service these new technology at the rate they are going live with hoge amount of data and images involve with these modern technologies

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