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Can I use Practice Fusion on my iPad, Android, or Tablet?

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  • Practice Fusion for iPad

    Practice Fusion's EHR for the iPad is a tablet-optimized interface, which is browser-based. It is currently in beta for active providers.

    System Requirements

    Practice Fusion for the iPad is currently supported on Apple iPad 1, 2, 3 and 4, but not the iPad Mini. The only supported iOS versions are iOS 5.0 and up and the only supported browser is Safari for iPad.

    Other tablet and mobile devices

    Practice Fusion for iPad has been designed specifically for iPad 1, 2, 3 and 4. Other devices, browsers, and operating systems have not been optimized for the iPad interface and therefore are not supported.

    We don’t have a specific timeline as to when Practice Fusion for iPad for any other devices or operating systems such as Android, Microsoft Surface, Blackberry Playbook, etc, will be supported.

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  • I’m I'm sad bcuz I have a Samsung Galaxy Note and can't use PF with it!!
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  • Such as a Dell XPS10 or Latitude 10?

    This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
    Will PF run on a windows based tablet?.
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  • Update

    Please note, we've made a strategic decision to grow Practice Fusion's foundation to include HTML 5. As we work to incorporate this into the EHR, Practice Fusion will eventually be compatible on the iPad as well as any other supported device.

    For more information on how we are doing this, feel free to read the response by our SVP of Technology, Jonathan in the forum post Will Practice Fusion abandon flash player and adopt HTML 5?
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    I was able to launch PF on my Samsung Galaxy S4. I just wanted to see if it was possible and with FireFox browser and Flash plug in it was possible. I didn't check which functions really worked.
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  • I’m frustrated and sad because I really want to use pad technology in my exam rooms. I feel it is less invasive for the patient then my constantly staring at a desktop or laptop computer
    I do not see any answers over the past six months or so. I know that practice fusion is in beta testing for the I-Pad. I have tried that and find that it has limited functionality.

    I have not seen any other information as to what other pads will run the system. Do you have a better idea what the timetable is now?.

    if I am going to buy pads for my clinical staff, what should I buy? in other words which operating systems are going to be supported.

    I know for example from a past posting that Microsoft surface pad was not supported but I was wondering if I would bring up practice fusion using Google on that system, would it work.

    I would appreciate your help, guidance, and any other information you can provide me. Thanks
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  • Robin (Official Rep) March 29, 2014 23:06
    Hi rdoctorp,

    We are currently working to migrate all features from Flash to HTML, and you can expect that the majority of the EHR will be available in this new format by summer/fall 2014.

    What this means is that every feature we upgrade will be available on any tablet, not just an iPad, at the same time that it's available through your web browser. We're starting with charting, and you can read more about our plans for that on our blog: http://www.practicefusion.com/blog/eh...

    We'll soon be replacing the current iPad beta that you've tried with this new version of the EHR. The full transition will take a bit longer, but the outcome will be a much better experience for you and other providers. In addition, we will be able to build new features and react to user needs faster.

    We will have more news about beta access on tablets and non-Flash devices in the coming weeks. We'll be sure to reach out to you via this forum post when we have an update.
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  • I have been using pf on my android phone, android tablet and my ipad by using a free browser that runs Flash for a long time now. I got it from PF, by a user, on a thread, maybe the ipad thread.
    The name is Puffin.I think there are others. Last time I tried to let other users know the staff removed my post!
    I just wish I could speak to Ipad, first edition, into PF.
    The first iPad takes speech to text because some programs will work right on it! The phone is so small that it can be hard to use, pf on it, but I can dictate with my phone's basic technology. My email is s@serenab.net if I can be of any help to anyone, since this might disappear very soon.
    Please let me know if you can find a way to speak to the iPad. I am mobile in my job, and therefore have a need for mobile devices, but I want to dictate also without upgrading my device at this time!
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