Buying a printer for your medical office doesn't have to be a huge undertaking. Obviously you need a printer that fits your needs and can perform the daily tasks you require. However, the one question that must not be overlooked, but often is, revolves around acquisition costs. Not understanding the acquisition costs can result in sticker shock and may leave you with a printer that doesn't fully serve its mission.
As the use of EMRs and advanced medical software has become more important in recent years, more physicians are finding themselves in need of a quality laptop computer. The perfect laptop is subjective to its user. When looking for one to purchase, it is best to summarize the main functions of the computer and determine the minimum requirements that will fulfill this purpose.