5 Ways Hospitals are Preparing for the Coronavirus Second Wave

In the wave of the coronavirus, the country at large has made astounding efforts to social distance and operate businesses remotely. Healthcare providers have also made impressive and rapid transformations in the way they deliver care in order to address the highly infectious nature of the disease.…


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Why Medical Computers are Essential to a Rapid Response System

More often than not, when a patient in very poor condition starts to exhibit declining health and worsening symptoms, they go down a rapid, painful spiral that, if not stopped early on, can quickly result in death. It’s an unfortunate phenomenon, but one care providers need to be very familiar with…


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10 Ways Healthcare is Using Hospital Computer Systems

Just a few years ago, hospitals and similar medical facilities lagged behind other industries when it came to effective use of computers. But government regulations such as HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) and Medicare/Medicaid information systems established an enhanced…


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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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What is Population Health and How Can Healthcare Better Implement It?

Medicine is always pushing forward to find new ways to help patients. And while emergency rooms and surgery and even regular check-ups are all wonderful as the first line of defense, what if medicine could take the offensive? What if healthcare could find a way to help patients before they get…


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Improve Interoperability with the Right Medical Computers

Every organization consists of different departments working in sync together to move forward. This is doubly true with healthcare organizations such as hospitals, which measure success in lives saved and patients healed rather than profit and loss. A given hospital’s medical-grade computers need…


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BYOD Problems? Medical Tablets Are the Answer

BYOD stands for Bring Your Own Device, a policy adopted by many businesses allowing for employees to use laptops, cell phones and other personal devices for business use. For organizations without security concerns, it makes an attractive and easy way to get around existing hardware issues. BYODs…


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How to Select the Right Medical Cart for Your Facility

Medical carts are the most frequently used equipment in hospitals and healthcare units. When purchasing medical carts for your facility, there are a number of things you’ll want to consider to ensure that the purchase is suitable for your medical staff, as well as patients. Ergonomics Clunky…


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