Old and Outdated: Why Fax Machines Are Holding Back Healthcare in 2024

The first fax machine was developed by Xerox in 1964. For sixty years, these machines have been a fixture in offices around the world as the best way to share documents over long distances. This capability has also made fax machines nearly ubiquitous in healthcare, where they have been the primary…


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Making the Right Choice: Selecting a Reliable Medical Equipment Manufacturer

Bringing a medical device to market is a years-long process that costs tens of millions of dollars. To reduce time and expense, many medical device manufacturers outsource their essential parts and equipment, such as medical computers, to medical contract manufacturers, namely Original Equipment…


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The Right Fit: Display Size Factors for Medical and Industrial Computers

From the hospital to the factory floor, almost every industry imaginable has been improved by implementing digital technology. One of the most important (but often overlooked) considerations when implementing new computer tools or upgrading pre-existing structures is the physical dimensions of the…


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How IP Addresses and Geolocation Protect Your Network

Just like how your home or business has an address, every computer, tablet, and smartphone has an address on the Internet. An Internet Protocol (IP) address helps guide traffic and manage the flow of data between devices and servers. It also serves as an essential tool in cybersecurity efforts.  A…


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Effective Ways to Extend Your Device Battery Life in 2024

Smartphones, laptops, medical tablets, and other devices play central roles in today’s highly technological society. All draw their power from the nearest outlet or batteries (non-rechargeable and rechargeable).  Those batteries have a limited amount of power. While a phone running out of juice in…


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Ensuring Your Medical Device is Government-Ready in 2024: The Ultimate Guide

Bringing a new medical device to market is always a daunting proposition. Every aspect of the device must be considered, from its target audience to the need for medical-grade certification. On average, it costs $54 million to develop a new medical device and 3 to 7 years for the U.S. Food and Drug…


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Innovative Ergonomic Computer Features You Need in 2024

What do you think of when you hear the term, “ergonomics”? If you’re like most folks, you’ll talk about how to position your workstation computer, the height of your chair relative to your computer, and how to place your hands on the keyboard and mouse to avoid the dreaded carpal tunnel…


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How Infotainment Systems Can Benefit Both Patients and Providers

Patients rarely want to be at a hospital, which goes double for inpatients needing long-term care. A hospital is often associated with pain, discomfort, and confinement, with patients having to stay in bed and do nothing while their body recovers from illness or surgery. For years, the only thing…


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How Generative AI Makes Drug Discovery Faster and Cheaper

Generative artificial intelligence has made waves in almost every industry imaginable, from industrial applications to banking to healthcare. Its ability to analyze data and create new insights lets it discover new options faster than a human mind can. This makes generative AI incredibly appealing…


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How to Find the Perfect Computer for Medical Coding and Billing

Medical coders and billers are unsung heroes in healthcare. They ensure providers’ diagnostic and procedural notes are translated into the correct codes for tracking patient health and receiving payments from insurance companies.  Today’s article briefly touches upon the occupations,…


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