Dell has confirmed that it plans to integrate its new Streak tablet with its established healthcare software, making it easier for doctors to access patient information and electronic medical records as they go about their work. Dell had previously spent a juicy $3.9 billion to purchase technology services provider Perot Systems, which already had a strong base with healthcare customers and serves most of the hospitals and hospital systems in the US. While many doctors out there might be fond of Apple’s iPhone, the larger display of the Dell Streak and close integration with Dell’s software might help tip the scales in Dell’s favor when it comes to the medical field.
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