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Two potential consequences from the use smartphones can be highlighted. The first consequence is that the use of personal smartphone devices brings with it risks to the security of personal health information [17, 18, as these devices are not secure and many institutions have yet to implement a framework for securing personal smartphones. Being Smart with Your Smartphone is in Your Hands. Listen in to issues and recommendations for Online Connectivity Podcast with social media expert, Dr. Evans on Psych Up Live Being Smarter About Using Our Smartphonesbeing smarter with smartphones Being Smarter with Smartphones: Shifting Patients Negative Perception of Mobile Devices at the Bedside May 23, 2017 If your eyes are downcast at your smartphone, there is a pretty good chance someone is finding you rude.
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