MacPractice, a vendor of physician and dental practice management and clinical software for use on Macintosh computers and iPhones, now is compatible on Apple Corp.'s new iPad tablet.

Using a remote connection to a Mac computer, clinicians can have complete access to MacPractice applications on the iPad, according to the Lincoln, Neb.-based company. Data can be entered on the iPad via a finger, stylus and on-screen or attached keyboard, or by using the keyboard and mouse at the computer. Data is entered directly into the MacPractice applications, eliminating the need to synchronize the iPad with the computer.

Multiple users can simultaneously access MacPractice applications on a single computer from numerous iPads. The applications also are remotely assessable on an iPad via an Internet connection.

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