Doctors may often be referred to as busy and constantly on the go, but they are still choosing stationary desktops to perform professional activities. In an August 2013 study by Kantar Media Healthcare Research, physicians preferred a computer over a smartphone or tablet when conducting all tasks listed in the survey, from accessing the internet to reading articles and abstracts.
The most common digital activity among US physicians in the survey was accessing the internet, at 97%. More than 90% of respondents said they conducted this task on a desktop, compared with 67% and 48% who did so on a smartphone or tablet, respectively. No. 2 email saw similar percentages for each device. Read the rest at eMarketer.