Medical Computer Carts: The Most Essential Piece of Telehealth Technology

Telehealth technology has been an exciting avenue of investment for many healthcare providers the world over. The benefits have been highlighted again and again, but recent concerns regarding the coronavirus have brought telehealth technology, such as chat app compatible medical tablets, back into…


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What is SOAP Notes? How Standardized Notes Improve Healthcare

It’s been a general understanding for some time that the way doctor’s take notes needs to be improved. Doing so would not only enhance patient care, it would cut down on physician burnout as well. It was believed that EHRs were to be the solution to this need in the healthcare space. Unfortunately,…


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Healthcare Chatbot Use Cases Blend Tech with Patient Empathy

Despite the sheer abundance of technology used in care facilities such as medical computers, AI, surgical robots, and more, healthcare is a very personal, social discipline. After all, doctors and nurses are often working with patients at their lowest and in the most need of a human touch. Many of…


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5G Healthcare Use Cases and How to Prepare for Them

5G has been the talk of the town for years and not just in healthcare. Industry, retail, tech, every industry under the sun seems to be singing 5G’s praises despite most of these discussions focusing mostly on hypothetical benefits. This is because 5G hasn’t been around for very long and has hardly…


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4 Proven Patient Engagement Strategies That Exist Today

Healthcare’s digitization has caused many providers to feel, understandably, very excited for the industry’s future. Tech like artificial intelligence, medical grade computers, and augmented reality have already improved patient outcomes and only more innovation is on the way. That said, hospital…


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Infection Control in Hospitals: Doubling Down in the Face of Outbreak

It’s no surprise that infection control is absolutely paramount when it comes to patient care and disease prevention. From team training on proper sanitation practices and antimicrobial devices such as medical grade computers to initiatives such as the US Department of Health’s HAI prevention…


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Would Your Hospital Be Ready for Medicare For All?

Universal healthcare has always been a buzz-inducing topic, one that’s only increased in discussion as we begin to see plenty of candidates in 2020 promise some version of “Medicare For All.” And whether you believe it’s possible or that we’re simply not capable of providing it just yet, part of a…


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3 Ways to Get Ahead of the Growing Nursing Shortage

The healthcare space is fortunate enough to enjoy regular advances in the tech it uses to care for patients. Medical computers, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, the list of current and future advances goes on and on and will likely continue to grow into the unforeseen future.…


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Patient Data Access: What it Means for 2020 and Beyond

The beginning of a new year always prompts the same things: renewed vigor, bolstered inspiration, and new year’s resolutions that match. This tradition isn’t lost on the healthcare space either, as every year we see talks of new initiatives for making medical computer systems and EHRs truly…


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A Few Problems Medical Professionals Face with EHR Compatibility

According to HealthIt, more than 95% of hospitals and office-based physicians have started utilizing EHR software. It’s clear use of EHR software has become the majority standard in a decade. Medical professionals stick by this method of health IT and information monitoring because it reduces…


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