I considered it. My use envisioned parents walking into the foyer of the office, and inserting a memory device into the kiosk, and updating all of their children's medical records in about a minute and then done. Patient's though really don't need the keyboard too.
The only drawback was that I need to support writing pdf's to my patent pending PediKey® medical records storage device. I would have to have FileMaker Go connecting to my PaperCutPro® emr and then 'printing' the pdf's to the PediKey®.
In ended up using a laptop and inexpensive wall enclosure which I custom wired. (You can see the kiosk and the PediKey® that I created in the short video tour of the office on my main web site at http://www.ronsmithmd.com)
Ron Smith, MD