On 12/4/2013 10:16 PM, RedBlade7 wrote:
But the touchscreen in the nursing home or doctors office is just the
headwaters of the healthcare system... these are data synchronized
systems where billing and insurance gets its impetus. After that they
can use whatever works best. I've seen one iPad in one doctors office,
and the rest were laptops with touchscreens. That is just the way they
want it, as I have observed.
On Wed, 04 Dec 2013 22:03:18 -0700, GreyCloud wrote:
On 12/4/2013 6:53 PM, RedBlade7 wrote:
On Tue, 03 Dec 2013 19:54:24 -0800, keltonkostis wrote:
the Metro UI is so weird it is a nightmare to support, and it overall
bombs for desktop use. It was designed for tablets and phones, but my
problem is that if they wanted a tablet or phone interface they could
have put it on one of those devices and spared the desktop market of
the dumbed-down GUI by making a different version with a different
GUI. Also, try to visualize how horrible some of these common desktop
applications would look if Metroified-
M$ should have shifted their focus to the M$-dependent business sector
(e.g. health care).
Instead M$ went after the "Windows 9x Kids" who, after growing up,
managed to escape their wrath by using Mac and Linux (including
embedded versions and Android) and have no reason to return to the
Illegal Operations, Security Updates, and Service Packs of their
M$ will never "win" unless they shift their focus to the business
which M$ continually frustrates as they continue wasting time/money on
the home user.
You should go into a modern nursing home and watch them as they use
touch screens mounted on the walls. No keyboards, as they don't have
time. A touch screen is perfect for that kind of health care system and
most doctors approve of this approach.
I was referring to billing, insurance, and the like.
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