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KarenBucks50, Buckingham, United Kingdom, 1 hour ago This is a terrible tragedy, the loss of a life so young, a girl who obviously had lost her way already at age 14. Steeling drugs, skipping school, being allowed to sleep on the sofa (before the dad
Ivenix, Inc. (formerly Fluidnet Corporation) today announced that it is developing a groundbreaking infusion management platform designed to transform the infusion pump market by helping to improve patient safety and clinical workflow efficiency.
Smartphones and apps are commonplace, but they're not just for our entertainment they can be important tools to help manage healthcare. While there are many regulatory challenges with mass market medical smartphone applications, the benefits for
Nurse Jennifer Timer has filed complaints with Fraser Health and the B.C. coroner after her 70-year-old mom, Rosemarie Timer, died at Eagle Ridge Hospital after a fall that should have been prevented through routine measures, she contends...Coroner's
Health Doctor Neil Sharma has called on patients to read labels on medications properly before taking them. Responding to an incident that was earlier highlighted by this newspaper regarding a high blood pressure patient who was given wrong
Hiring trends are looking slightly rosier but recruiting challenges remain for South Florida technology executives, according to a survey released Wednesday. Hotels saw business improve in May compared to the previous year, a recent report shows.
Search Studies show that 70 percent of Americans are on prescription drugs, a number that has risen by 20 percentage points in five years, according to statistics reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ( 1 ) Researchers from
State health officials are scrambling to upgrade a database tracking prescription drugs such as highly addictive oxycodone as a physicians' group warned a lag in reporting on pharmacy scripts exposes loopholes that could be exploited by drug abusers.
Among the 31 Florida hospitals at risk of having their payments reduced, seven are in South Florida, the data shows. Of those, two were among the 10 hospitals with the highest penalty scores in the state Broward Health Coral Springs, and Kendall
In 2013, Joint Commission introduced optional certification programs, as an add-on to basic accreditation for skilled nursing facilities., which would recognize nursing home strengths in specific areas. The first certification option, along with the