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Physicians use their smartphones for drug info |

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Eight in 10 physicians use Smartphones in their daily practice and six in 10 use tablets.

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http://www.scientificanimations.com/ Have you ever thought why these scientific animations are so effective. Here are few steps that should be kept in mind while creating these videos. Over the...
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Samsung creating center for digital health care innovationto accelerate the development of mobile technologies for preventive health care

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UCSF and electronics giant Samsung are establishing a center for digital health care innovation.

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Like Apple, Samsung is also making sizable investments in the healthcare field.

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UCSF and electronics giant Samsung are establishing a center for digital health care innovation, they said Friday, an endeavor that seeks to accelerate the development of mobile technologies for preventive health care.

The lab, to be located on UCSF's Mission Bay campus, will function as a kind of cross-cultural exchange, the rare kind of space where technologists and innovators will be able to validate technologies like smartphone apps or wearable sensors alongside top medical researchers. At the same time, researchers and clinicians will be able to funnel ideas through Samsung designers and engineers.

"Technologists, their experience is focusing on designing better functioning, more appealing technology, and that generally works with consumers," said Dr. Michael Blum, UCSF's associate vice chancellor for Informatics. "We typically focus on the problem, not the design. We approach it from two very different perspectives. The goal is to get all those people under one roof, so we can work as one piece instead of two different silos."