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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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Relying on nanotechnology, scientists from Russia and Germany led by Skoltech research scientist Fedor Fedorov have developed an innovative solution for detecting traces of gas in the air. Given the growing global population,...

source: Phys.org

When a hospital needs to rush a delivery from a lab somewhere else in a densely populated city – for example, when a surgeon needs an urgent biopsy of a tumor in the middle of a surgery to determine how much tissue to remove, or a gunshot victim in the ER needs blood...

source: Fast Company

For the first time, scientists have edited the DNA in human embryos to make a fundamental discovery about the earliest days of human development. By modifying a key gene in very early-stage embryos, the researchers demonstrated that a gene...

source: NPR

New treatments have emerged to temporarily prevent stem cells from dying during hematopoietic stem cell transplants. Researchers from the University Medical Center of Freiburg in Germany have taken a new approach to allow those needing transplants, including those suffering...

source: R&D Magazine

Robots can do what humans can’t — travel through space for huge distances, clean up the life-threatening nuclear waste, and take on tasks too tiny for us to tackle, to name a few. One new, minuscule robot is a single strand of DNA, and it picks up and delivers...

source: Futurism

Mark Gregot, co-founder, and CEO, NuEyes, wanted to create augmented reality (AR) smart glasses for people who have low vision or are vision impaired. He co-opted the technology from his time in the US Navy to make a prototype...

source: Forbes

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