Nurses Use Personal Smartphones for Care Despite Lack of Support, Security Issues

You may call it a quiet revolution. You may even call it a guerrilla insurrection. Whatever one may call it, nurses in large numbers are adopting the use of smartphones--often their own personal devices--at the point of care, whether their employer supports it or not.

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