physician iPad adoption

By Brian Dolan May 22, 2012
Smartphone adoption among physicians has started to level but there's been an "explosion" of adoption in tablets, Manhattan Research's VP of Research Monique Levy said during a recent webinar. Levy said that Manhattan's survey of physicians in the US found that 62 percent now have some kind of tablet device, almost twice as many as last year. "I still cannot believe some of this data. I had to...
By Brian Dolan May 14, 2012
About 62 percent of physicians in the United States are now using tablets, according to the most recent data from Manhattan Research. Most of these physicians are using iPads and about half of all tablet-toting physicians use the devices at the point of care, the research firm found. What's more, physicians who use smartphones, tablets, and computers tend to spend more time online on each device...
By Brian Dolan April 23, 2012
A recent survey of 971 physicians found that about 74 percent already own or plan to buy an iPad in the next six months. The survey, called the April 2012 Joint Survey of Physician Digital Behavior, was conducted by virtual event platform provider ON24 and MedData Group. Of the physicians surveyed, some 45 percent currently owned an iPad and about 52 percent were already iPhone users. About 10...
By Brian Dolan March 31, 2011
A new survey published by Knowledge Networks for the pharmaceutical industry, found that 64 percent of doctors have a smartphone, while 27 percent of primary care providers and specialists say they have a tablet. The survey polled more than 5,400 doctors. Manhattan Research surveys have found that about 72 percent of physicians in the US as of mid-2010 have a smartphone or PDA, which is fairly...