Skyping from hospitals
[The Estonian daily Postimees reports](http://www.postimees.ee/190606/tartu_postimees/205918.php) that Estonian hospitals are increasingly equipped with wifi networks so that the patients can use their time at hospital productively with a laptop.
Makes total sense. All sorts of radio devices have historically been banned at hospitals due to concerns that they would interfere with the medical equipment. Remember the same used to be true in airplanes too? And while it still is on short-haul flights, there have been studies that show that much of this concern is unfounded and on many long-haul flights you can now buy wifi access and surf with your laptop. Absolutely no reason why you couldn’t do the same in hospitals — by now, we should be able to have proper equipment shielding as these radio technologies have been around for quite a while.
Have you heard of any other hospitals anywhere else going down this path?