Why Industrial and Medical Computers Need a Long Life Cycle

In the tech industry, a device’s life cycle refers to how long it will remain in production and supported by its manufacturer. Due to the pace of innovation in the industry, tech products like computers often have very short life cycles compared to products in the automotive or industrial sectors,…


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How Medical Computer Accessories Innovate and Enhance Patient Care

The day has come: the medical-grade computers you ordered for your hospital have finally arrived! Eager to get started, you start unpacking and installing your new computers and installing them… only to realize you don’t have any mice or keyboards.  While your choice of computer is critical to your…


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What Is a Medical-Grade Computer: Key Features, Uses & Types

The healthcare landscape has witnessed a remarkable transformation, thanks to the evolution of technology. From the earliest experiments with computers in healthcare in the mid-1950s to the sophisticated world of today’s medical-grade computing solutions, this journey has reshaped patient…


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Applications of Telehealth for Chronic Care Management: Are They Viable?

Chronic care is the leading cause of both death and healthcare costs in the US. And it’s not even a contest. Chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and cancer account for 7 out of 10 deaths in the US and make up more than 75% of the money spent on public and private healthcare. What…


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The Practical and Financial Benefits of Hot Swappable Battery Medical Computers

Healthcare, despite its necessity and despite the love many practitioners have for the practice, is rife with its own issues and pain points. Across the board, several nurses, doctors, IT team members, and more all report issues of burnout and frustration, not with the nature of their work, but in…


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Rebuilding Surgery After Mass Elective Surgery Cancellations

Health as an industry has been rocked by 2020, but the ways in which different professions within that industry have been impacted are varied. Surgery, for example, has experienced significant stress in the form of mass elective surgery cancellations due to mandated shutdowns and stunted recovery…


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Are Healthcare Wearables the Next Evolution of Remote Care?

In a perfect world, healthcare would be a much more convenient, much more effective process not only for the care provider, but for the patient themselves. Innovations such as medical grade all in one computers have surely made physicians’ jobs a little more convenient. However, while the benefits…


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Have Hospitals Begun Accepting Healthcare Innovation Technology?

Despite the constant release of ever-improving pieces of healthcare innovation technology, providers and facilities can be rather averse to adopting these new hardware and software. While there have been more popularly accepted pieces of tech, such as medical all in one PCs and EHRs due to their…


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What will the Medical Device Industry Look Like Post-COVID?

Recent global events have shown healthcare providers what being underprepared truly looks like. Not having enough staff, not having enough personal protective equipment, and especially not having the right alternative methods of administering care at the ready have rocked acute and emergency care…


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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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