2 Difficult Roadblocks for Medical Device Manufacturers (and How to Overcome Them)

Medical device manufacturers (MDMs) have their work cut out for them. Producing a medical device is one of the most arduous processes in the medical field; it takes meticulous design, several tests, verification, validation, retesting, proper documentation, and other steps to see a device turn from…


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Mishaps in Hospitals from Inadequate Hardware Problems

Technology is great. We can stick to 8 hour work days while increasing productivity and then go home to families or plan out our next self-driven project. Granted that's what technology is supposed to help us do, but sometimes bumps in the road of problem A to solution B can be tech-central.…


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Advantages of Powered and Non-Powered Medical Carts

Any hospital or clinic will have a range of technology products to assist in patient care. Sometimes a hospital's budget restraints can't afford the latest in technology, so they opt for more financially viable solutions. Other times the needs of a medical staff might outweigh the potential high…


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Protect Yourself with True Medical Computer Certification

It's likely you've read about the IEC 60601-1 medical certification here before, but previous topics haven't detailed the specifics behind safety and why that matters for a hospital and its patients. If a computer isn't 60601-1 certified, there are complicated hazards than what might appear on a…


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EHR and its Evolution into CHR: A Critical Look at Cutting-Edge Technology in Healthcare

Epic CEO, Judy Faulker, recently expressed her view how Electronic Health Records are evolving into Comprehensive Health Records—a term that evaluates more than just a specific window of sampling an individual's health from doctor visits. CHR is a term that may be invented as the new EHR,…


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3 Ways Hospital Networks Can Impact Patient Care and How to Combat Them

No hospital network is perfect. An entire infrastructure for patient information is at the whim of Murphy’s Law unfortunately, and one glitch in an entire system can throw off the operations of a hospital in the blink of an eye, costing a chunk of productivity time, money, and the…


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How EMR Software Upgrades Can Drive Computer Hardware Updates

The demand for computer capability has increased because of encroaching software complexity; we can no longer use clunky, old hardware to help our doctors and nurses complete an entire hospital shift. It's not just a matter of how slow a process might run on a medical computer, but rather if a…


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Here’s How Telehealth is Revolutionizing the Way We Practice Healthcare

Telehealth is a topic under heavy study because it's extremely effective at reducing time and streamlining processes for medical care. It's a complex umbrella term that addresses physician to patient interaction, how medical records are viewed and delivered, physician care and outreach, patient…


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3 Ways Healthcare Usage Dramatically Impacts Hardware Longevity

It's important for medical computers to operate 24/7 since healthcare is just as demanding. Internal components do not last forever, unfortunately, and demanding uptime for computers can seriously affect the longevity of hardware. According to an analysis by the Institute of Electrical and…


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Extending the Life of Medical Equipment with Medical Grade PCs

The IT challenges and needs for a healthcare facility are far different than those of a traditional enterprise. Mobility, EMR compatibility, as well as 24/7 operability must all be factored in. But even within the healthcare space, needs can vary tremendously. Consider the differences between a…


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