What Would Medical Device Connectivity Mean for Healthcare

We, and the medical sector at large, have discussed lacking EHR interoperability ad nauseum. The basic idea being that, despite advances in medical technology and the medical device computers that fuel them, EHR compatibility issues still run amok. This is because EHR developers predominantly…


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Burnout in Nurses: Its Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

Nurses are an incredibly kind, thoughtful, and skilled group of people. Many enter the profession as a kind of calling, feeling the need to help as many people as possible by providing the perfect blend between compassionate and educated care. It’s because the profession is so closely tied in with…


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What is Continuum of Care and How Do You Get Started?

If there’s one thing we’ve learned in times such as these where our healthcare systems are overwhelmed, it’s that consistent, carefully monitored care is essential for treating many of the ailments, both physical and mental, that affect those who seek healing. And as hospitals have continued to…


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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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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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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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6 Devices Taking the Pain Out of IV Placement

While it is no doubt one of the most common procedures in the hospital, the insertion and placement of intravenous catheters can still be a tricky process, even for veteran nurses. Luckily, whether for hydration or medication, there are a whole host of new technologies, medical computers, and…


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What is Population Health Management and How Do You Get Started?

Information is the most powerful resource we have when it comes to treating patients. And this quest for more immediately applicable health data has transformed the way we advance healthcare as a whole. Instead of solely focusing on hardware based advancement in things like medical grade computers…


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3 Steps Hospitals can Take Towards Healthcare Interoperability

Data is crucial and one of the most valuable resources healthcare has when it comes to caring for patients today. Unfortunately, sharing this data isn’t exactly easy. Information systems and EHR software are incredibly diverse and many of them can’t communicate well with each other, making clinical…


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