68% of Healthcare Providers Currently Use iPhones Professionally

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Sixty-eight percent of providers and practices currently use iPhones for professional purposes, according to a user poll by Black Book Rankings, a marketing research firm.

More than 250 practices and providers responded to the firm.

Fifty-nine percent of respondents report using iPads and tablets, and 31 percent of respondents report using other smartphones, such as Androids.

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