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Survey: Clinicians Rapidly Increase Mobile Adoption

Clinicians continue in 2013 to adopt mobile computing devices at a rapid rate, with nearly 90 percent expected to use smartphones in 2014 and almost as many using tablets. That’s the takeaway from medical content vendor Epocrates in its 2nd annual Mobile Trends Report based on a survey of 1,063 clinicians from its market research panel in May 2013. The survey included more than 200 respondents from each of five clinician types: physician assistant/nurse practitioner, primary care, cardiology, oncology and psychiatry. Here is a look at the results.

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