Thanks to David Baquis, accessibility Specialist for the US Access Board, who spoke at yesterday's Health IT Usabilty Workshop sponsored by the ONCHIT, NIST, and AHRQ. He opened my eyes to my blind spot for those with disabilities trying to use health IT products.

I found myself wondering if the iPhone had accessibility features. I vaguely recalled that it had Voice Over technology that would read the screen.

I just saw this tweet about a Bluetooth Braille screen reader that works with iPhone. Here's the YouTube video.

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AuthorJeff Belden MD