Dell(TM) Tablet PC Helps Health Care Go Mobile

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The Dell Latitude XT(TM) brings more than its exclusive sub-four-pound weight and pen and capacitive touch capability to health care professionals. The Dell laptop, one of the thinnest and lightest convertible tablets in the industry, using software from Axolotl, Sencor and e-MDs Healthanywhere, is ushering in a new connected era in health care and life sciences.

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Technology can play a critical role in driving efficiencies and improvements in health care

    Software tools available on the XT enable diagnostic imaging and image sharing, electronic health records, home health and disease monitoring, clinical assessment tools, electronic prescribing, patient entertainment and education, claims and benefits administration. Health care providers already using any of these software tools can easily and smoothly incorporate the XT into their technology operations.

"Technology can play a critical role in driving efficiencies and improvements in health care," said James Coffin, Ph.D., vice president and general manager, Dell Health Care and Life Sciences. "The combination of Dell's innovative tablet and the latest software delivers new tools to help enable high-quality care across the health care industry."

The following vendors' software is validated to work with the Latitude XT running the Microsoft(R) Windows Vista(R) operating system:

To learn more about Dell's ongoing work in health care and life sciences, visit the Direct2Dell blog, and to share ideas about how technology can help drive an evolution in health care, visit Dell Ideastorm.

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