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Infectious Diseases and Wound Care

Infectious Disease, Disaster Planning & Wound Care 2019

Read This Issue Now! An Elite Healthcare Resource Guide Cover Story Disaster Planning: Would You be Ready? Features Bioterrorism: Can it Happen in Real Life? Infectious Disease: What Happens After “The Disaster”?: While establishing proactive measures for the potential of unseen catastrophes remains important,…

Amazon Introduces Medical Language Processing Capability

Device allows users to process unstructured text, identify information At the end of 2018, Amazon excitedly announced Amazon Comprehend Medical, a HIPAA-compliant device that allows developers to process unstructured medical text and identify information such as patient diagnosis, treatments, dosages, symptoms and signs, and…

Open for Business

How is the expanding IoT healthcare market changing the dynamics for payers and providers? In the last couple of years, the Internet of Things (IoT) healthcare market has triggered a revolution of sorts in the overall healthcare cosmos. IoT is truly making a difference…

Opportunities for Improvement

Taking a Total Quality Management Approach to Healthcare Success You don’t need to be told that the medical profession is constantly changing – it’s all around you. Medical advances, changes in technology, and the constantly shifting landscape of healthcare reform are changes you can’t…

Dealing With a Healthcare Data Breach:

A Step-by-Step Guide The health industry routinely deals with some of the most sensitive data in the world. Healthcare professionals have a duty of care to ensure that information does not fall into the wrong hands. Unfortunately, as with any industry, a data breach…

What Hospitals Want from Clinical Communication Platforms

Ten years after shared smartphones were introduced at Sarasota Memorial Hospital, mobile devices are becoming a mainstay for enabling communications between clinicians. By 2019, 90% of healthcare systems plan significant investments in smartphones and secure unified communications.1 Clinical communication has advanced far beyond the…

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