Monday, November 1, 2010

Medical Devices allowing new mediums for disabled patients

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Many times on this blog, we write about what the iPad and similar technologies can do for doctors to help their patients. But recently in the New York Times, they featured the story of Owen Cain, who suffers from motor-neuron disease. The iPad is the only device that allows Owen to interact with the world, providing a platform for him to read and express himself on his own.

Can the right use of iPads create better patient experiences for patients? Have you seen any more examples like the one above?
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