43% of U.S. physicians use tablets, smartphones, poll finds

05/16/2013 | MobiHealthNews.com

Forty-three percent of U.S. physicians use smartphones or tablets for clinical purposes, while 22% of nonusers intend to do so in the future, data from a Deloitte survey indicated. Researchers also found 44% of nonusers said their workplace does not provide such devices, while 29% expressed concerns over patient privacy.

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