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This wasn't Harper's Turnaround Moment (front page, Nov. 12)...Stephen Harper has the temerity to lament that Down deep, my preference would be, would have been, to see a complete end to the military mission. If he cannot hold firm on his deep-down
Your email address will be used by Medgadget editorial team only...Thursday, October 28, 2010 The Chicago Sun-Times recently featured an interesting article about the different ways Chicago doctors are using the iPad in their practices.
The adoption of electronic patient records at a Saskatoon clinic was celebrated Monday as a long-awaited step toward modernization. The team at the West Winds Primary Health Care Centre on Fairlight Drive is one of the first in the province to
The service was initially based in the Western Isles and west coast areas on launch in 2008. But the Scottish Government yesterday confirmed that the Emergency Medical Retrieval Service had been rolled out to cover all remote and rural parts of the
Verizon Communications is making a broader push into health IT by expanding its cloud-based Verizon Medical Data Exchange to support interoperability of digital images and test results, in addition to dictated and transcribed notes. Additionally, the
Your email address will be used by Medgadget editorial team only...Friday, October 15, 2010 GeaCom out of Duluth, Minnesota has created a device called Phrazer to help medical professionals communicate with patients that speak a foreign language.
After all, if you're running a hospital, improving the revenues of the physician practice by 6%, when the physician revenues only make up 10% of your overall revenues, doesn't really make it to the scheduling screen. Now it seems that hospital CEOs
September 9th, 2010 Like most programs, the Health IT Regional Extension Centers (RECs) that are being established across the nation as mandated by the stimulus are a great idea in theory. Their intent was to encourage the adoption of EMRs by
Last week I had my first visit with my new primary care doctor. I picked him based on recommendations (plus he's one of the few that accepts my insurance), and also because he seemed to be an eager adopter of electronic medical records (EMR). On his
What kind of facility is more likely to get you in and out of the emergency room quickly one with paper records or one with electronic ones? We don't like to do this to loyal Health Blog readers, but that's a trick question, at least according to a