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Report: Interoperability does not affect EHR buying decision

Healthcare research firm KLAS reports that healthcare providers remain strongly concerned about interoperability of technology from various vendors and "strongly encourage better coordination among vendors, timely location of patient records and greatly improved parsing...

source: By Scott E. Rupp
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Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine scientists are working on a promising approach for treatment of chronic kidney disease—regeneration of damaged tissues using therapeutic cells. By harnessing the unique properties of human amniotic fluid-derived stem...

source: Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center via Technology Networks

A bioresorbable polymer that snaps back to its original shape, even after being stretched 10 times its initial length, has been developed by Toray Industries Inc. The company also has identified a technology to accelerate degradation of...

source: Plastics Today

The discovery of subtypes of atrial fibrillation paves the way for individualized treatment. That's the main message from the joint EHRA/AFNET conference, where new data from the CATCH ME project will be presented, and a consensus...

source: Science World Report

A collaboration between the National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois, Mayo Clinic and the University of Michigan are introducing a new machine-learning-driven approach to LTBI diagnostics. While leveraging...

source: National Center for Supercomputing Applications via Research & Development

A pair of highly anticipated studies presented at the American College of Cardiology meeting in New Orleans found low surgical risk patients did as well or better after minimally invasive transcatheter aortic valve replacement compared with patients who received new valves...

source: MedTech Dive

Researchers from the Stanford University School of Medicine presented preliminary results of the Apple Heart Study, an unprecedented virtual study with over 400,000 enrolled participants. The researchers reported that wearable...

source: Stanford University Medical Center via Medical Xpress


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