Two-thirds of 500 recently surveyed physicians use some kind of mobile app in the performance of their jobs and 60 percent are interested in technology that enables mobile EHR access. 

Almost half of those physicians surveyed by MedData Group indicated they are using mobile medication-interaction apps--by far the most cited current usage of mHealth technology--which the firm says is because it’s "easy to deploy a mobile application during the exam, at the point in which a physician is making prescription decisions." Topsfield, Mass.-based MedData Group is a publisher that provides demand generation services to healthcare technology and medical device vendors.

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