Content tagged with Healthcare
posted in March 2009
Video Game Play Improves Eyesight
News  |  3/30/2009  | 
A research study showed that playing first-person shooters like Unreal Tournament 2004 and Call of Duty 2 improves vision.
Harvard Professor To Lead Health IT Push
News  |  3/23/2009  | 
David Blumenthal's mission is to lead the transition to an interoperable health IT infrastructure, as outlined in the stimulus package.
Down To Business: Health Care IT Gets Dragged Into The 21st Century
Commentary  |  3/19/2009  | 
Do I like that the government is creating yet another program to teach an industry how to behave? No. But given the lack of a dominant health care industry player to dictate supply chain standards, it needs to get involved.
YouTube Mosquito Death Ray Spoof Now Real Research Project
News  |  3/16/2009  | 
A former Microsoft CTO and an astrophysicist who worked on the Strategic Defense Initiative are collaborating on a system that kills mosquitoes with lasers to prevent the spread of malaria.
Stimulus Package Aims To Spur Adoption Of E-Health Records
News  |  3/12/2009  | 
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act makes $2 billion available immediately to help health care providers implement e-health records and to fund research into the use of health systems.
IBM, Danish Hospital Test 3-D Patient Models In E-Records
News  |  3/10/2009  | 
Along with the 3-D models, the IBM software includes a semantic search function.
Critics Slam Pay-Per-View Research Bill
News  |  3/9/2009  | 
Proposed law would reverse NIH rule requiring free, online availability of taxpayer-funded science.
Google Health Enables Sharing Health Records
News  |  3/5/2009  | 
The health records can now be available to friends, family, or doctors and other medical service providers.


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