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ONE YEAR AFTER IMPLANT, 93 PERCENT OF PATIENTS WHO CONTINUED SCS THERAPY HAD LOWER AVERAGE DAILY MORPHINE-EQUIVALENT DOSES THAN PATIENTS WHO HAD THEIR SCS SYSTEM REMOVED

Researchers at Mayo Clinic have identified a genetic promoter of cancer that drives a major form of lung cancer.

Company Develops Innovative New Technologies for Medical, Healthcare IT and Dental Imaging Systems

Infusion System Exchanges Data with Leading EMR and Alarm Management Systems to Improve Patient Safety, Care Quality and Outcomes

Another Suspension of Disruptive Tax Won’t Have Same Economic Impact

Analytics and care guidance company partners with industry veterans to help deliver better care in 2017

Terumo Corporation announced that Terumo is the exclusive distributor of Xenex LightStrike™ Germ-Zapping Robots™ in Japan.

Features new and expanded benefits and flexibility

As a founding member of the Sequoia Project's Carequality initiative, and an ardent advocate for nationwide interoperability in the digital health environment, the American Medical Association welcomes today’s alignment involving two national-level networks for sharing health data.

On November 16 the American Medical Association (AMA) released new guidance on mobile health applications (mHealth apps) and devices that promote safe and effective patient care.

 

JANESVILLE, Wis. and RALEIGH, N.C. (December 8, 2016) – Interactive video-based patient education is saving staff time while also increasing patient satisfaction for the endoscopy unit at Mercy Hospital and Trauma Center. The improvements were immediate after leveraging the hospital’s SmarTigr solution from TeleHealth Services, the nation’s leading provider of interactive patient engagement solutions.

Rochester, N.Y., December 6, 2016 – eHealth Technologies, the leading provider of image-enabled Health Information Exchange (HIE) solutions, and the Rochester RHIO (Regional Health Information Organization), a regional HIE serving 13 counties in western New York State, continue to make progress with image data interoperability.

Rochester, N.Y., December 6, 2016 – eHealth Technologies, the leading provider of image-enabled Health Information Exchange (HIE) solutions, and the Rochester RHIO (Regional Health Information Organization), a regional HIE serving 13 counties in western New York State, continue to make progress with image data interoperability. 

CHICAGO ---  After a comprehensive national search, Rush University Medical Center has named Shafiq Rab, MBBS, MPH, CHCIO, to the post of chief information officer and senior vice president, effective Jan. 9, 2017.

CHICAGO – December 6, 2016 – A new American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) book, ICD-10-CM Code Book for Physicians, is the AHIMA Press’s first title designed to help physicians and clinicians execute the International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision, Clinical Modification, specifically in an outpatient setting.

SALT LAKE CITY, Dec. 1, 2016 — Use of machine learning and predictive analytics to improve health outcomes has so far been limited to highly-trained data scientists, mostly in the nation’s top academic medical centers.

King of Prussia, PA – November 16 – DrugDev’s unified clinical operations suite enables leading sponsors and CROs to transform how global trials are run using innovative technology. With the company’s acquisition of SecureConsent, this leading platform now features the industry’s definitive eConsent solution, which is deployed on tablets and other mobile devices (including BYOD) to optimize site and patient convenience.

MADISON — Organ transplantation has come a long way from its early days in the mid-twentieth century. But even with major medical advances, there’s still an admittedly familiar factor at play: ice.

RALEIGH, N.C.  ̶  Oct. 24, 2016  ̶  BeeWell, a healthcare technology company, today announced the launch of a custom app for Bariatric Specialists of North Carolina (BSNC), a leading weight loss surgery and non-surgical medical weight loss practice. BeeWell apps are designed to advance patient understanding of their medical intervention or treatments by giving them an interactive, step-by-step guide. BSNC’s app guides patients through the process of deciding about treatment options, pre- and post surgical instructions, and relevant resources along their way to a successful outcome.

CHICAGO – The American Medical Association (AMA) today introduced its latest product designed to connect physicians with volunteer opportunities and supplemental short-term work in the field of medicine. The new Physician Opportunities Portal is an interactive tool that can help physicians identify opportunities beyond their workplace that can potentially add longevity to their careers and increase satisfaction by giving back.

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