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Report: Clinicians Use Inadequate Message Devices

By M.L. Baker  |  Posted 11-06-2006 Print
Seventy percent of doctors and nurses interviewed recently carry two or more communications devices, none of which meet clinician needs, according to a report by Spyglass Consulting Group.

Doctors and nurses are loading up on multiple communications devices, none of them adequate to their needs, concludes a report by Spyglass Consulting Group.



 

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