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Rene Caissie

Our EMR has a corresponding iPad application called RxMobile. As a Maxillo-Facial surgeon I use it everyday to prescribe to my patients. I have completely adapted to using RxMobile instead of a paper charts and prescriptions. With the new iPad's graphic processing powers diagnostic imaging will now be even more important for EMR applications. I look forward to getting my hands on one and seeing what other EMR vendors can offer.

Rene Caissie, Maxillo-Facial Surgeon, Montreal

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