Friday, September 17, 2010

From PDA to EDA (Enterprise Digital Assistant) Motorola MC75A0-HC

We used to use the acronym PDA for personal digital assistant. I hardly ever hear anyone refer to their mobile device as a PDA since most people now use smartphones instead of standalone PDAs.

Well, according to this story on Health IT Pulse, Motorola Inc. released the MC-75A0-HC, an enterprise digital assistant, or EDA — basically, its name for its line of ruggedized personal digital assistants (PDAs).

Here's some more information about the Motorola  MC75A0-HC Rugged Healthcare Enterprise Digital Assistant (EDA)

Take healthcare quality and patient safety to the next level with the MC75A0-HC. Easy to carry and easy to use, the MC75A0-HC is designed for life inside the hospital, able to endure everyday drops and bumps as well as disinfecting after each patient. And robust wireless application performance and wireless connectivity options allows healthcare givers to access patient records, accurately administer medication, monitor patient vital signs, place lab and pharmacy orders, view test results and more — all in just seconds anywhere inside the facility.

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