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Articles by Nicole Lewis
posted in May 2011
In conjunction with GE and Analog Devices., the school has opened the Medical Electronic Device Realization Center to improve IT usability and foster innovation.
AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint are among the telecom companies that have announced new initiatives for telehealth services, and there are more opportunities to come, says an IDC report.
Advanced business intelligence technologies help extract more useful data from electronic medical records.
Data analytics tools, clinical applications, and other technologies technologies can help accountable care organizations deliver on the promise of curbing costs and improving care.
PACeR, a group of medical research centers, drug companies, and health IT organizations, is hoping to advance evidence-based medicine with a variety of high-tech tools.
Sales of anesthesia information management systems are driving much of the growth, according to an iData Research report.
The Fitch Ratings analysis suggests that better informatics and adherence to quality standards really do drive the bottom line.
Health IT jobs are expected to grow by 20%, or about 35,100 new jobs, for the decade 2008-2018, according to a UC San Diego study.
Both departments have invested heavily in modernizing their own separate electronic health record systems.
One in four drug orders were delivered to pharmacies through secure electronic exchange, reports Surescripts study.
The U.S market for healthcare IT hardware, software, and services is expected to grow 24% annually for several years, driven in part by mandatory use of EHRs.
Health IT implementation is significantly higher in large physician practices and is growing in community clinics.
Care Innovations platform helps doctors monitor patients and remotely manage care, but sidesteps iPhone and iPad devices.
Study validates that doctors can read radiology images on small iPhone screens just as well as they can on large workstation monitors.
The joint venture will combine live, store and forward, and home monitoring audio- and video-communications services for the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
These tutorials explain all the basics needed for clinicians to choose the best vendors.
The software helps physicians keep track of patients' whereabouts, manages dictation, and captures charges.
A $25 million commitment will help doctors gauge disease risks by analyzing clinical, genetic, and environmental data.
For mobile health tools to be useful in improving patient adherence, they need to rely on evidence-based guidelines and be cheap, according to a study by the Consumer Health Information Corporation.
The telehealth partnership should help provide a more immersive experience for doctor/patient exchanges.
A novel approach to pharmaceutical research that taps into online patient communities can supplement more traditional research protocols.