MobiHealthNews broke the news last week that the mobile EHR product that came out of Apple’s pilot with EMR vendor Epic Systems was an iPhone app called Haiku, but Haiku was not the first EMR to grant iPhone and iPod touch users remote access. Epic aside, a number of EMR vendors launched iPhone apps for their clinicians during the past year — what follows is a list of 11 EMR systems that have gone mobile for the iPhone.
Phenomenal. Greater access to information on our patients allows us to offer timely information 24/7, if necessary. But, , the information is still tethered to the physician’s office in a relatively *useless* silo ( in the grand scheme of all things healthcare related). Next… interoperability and sharing !!!