Try Acrobat Connect for Healthcare Collaboration

14:19 EST 11 Jan 2007 | The Healthcare IT Guy

Adobe recently announced the release of its Acrobat 8 product line. Acrobat (and the associated PDF format) is in heavy use within the healthcare industry because of it’s ability to manage paper documents in electronic format with high fidelity. One of the important new features of Acrobat 8 is Acrobat Connect which allows users to start a Web conference to collaborate on any kind of document (not just PDFs). What’s great about Acrobat Connect (which I’ve used recently) is that it has the ability to easily collaborate on medical records, diagnosis charts, simultaneously view lab reports, etc.

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