Profile of Nicole Lewis
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Articles by Nicole Lewis
posted in March 2012
Diabetes Center will partner with Sermo, one of the largest social networking sites for U.S. physicians, to improve patient care.
Biomedical Systems device can remotely monitor patients with atrial fibrillation for up to a month, help manage heart rhythm abnormalities.
Older patients aked to use mobile monitoring devices want clinicians to coach them, according to a new survey.
Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange (WEDI) report confirms that many health organizations wouldn't have met Oct. 1, 2013 deadline.
Vodafone and AT&T will supply cellular services for Boston Scientific's patient cardiac monitoring devices.
BCC Research report says global demand continues to grow, while U.S. market is thriving thanks to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Retina display, cameras, and voice recognition will help doctors, but Bluetooth 4.0's ability to connect the iPad directly to patients' medical monitoring devices could be the real game-changer.
A KPMG poll finds state officials complaining about expenses, as well as political and legal uncertainty surrounding the Affordable Care Act.
Geisinger Health Plan reports discharged Medicare patients monitored by an interactive phone response system are less likely to be readmitted.
CDW Healthcare report shows that caregivers value their electronic tools, but many gripe about network speed. At many hospitals, EHRs come first and infrastructure improvements follow.
A New York Civil Liberties Union report urges New York State health officials to provide patients with greater control over their health records.
Hospitals that use advanced electronic medical records are more likely to see improvements in clinical quality, operational management, and administrative tasks.
Healthcare executives believe a postponed ICD-10 implementation deadline would disrupt health IT plans and budgets, finds a new poll.
Poll suggests that most physicians recognize the value of the technology but don't believe it improves diagnosis or treatment.