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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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Medical technology is ever-changing, and today medical professionals look to developers and inventors to help make their jobs easier and save patients' lives. With new apps and devices flooding the marketplace, MedPage Today invites you into medicine's version of the "wayback...

source: MedPage Today

Delivering breast cancer screening results in a day instead of today's standard two weeks is being proposed by an ESA incubator start-up company using paperless technology and online image transfers. Screening vans are already on the streets. "By applying online connectivity...

source: Medical Xpress

Bald is beautiful — if you're Dwayne Johnson, Daddy Warbucks or a newborn baby. But if you're among the 50 million men and 30 million women in the United States experiencing complete or partial loss of hair, the condition, can cause...

source: CNBC

For Americans suffering the aches and disability of aging and injury, chiropractors such as Trent Ryan say they have a cutting-edge solution: stem cells. At a recent event billed as an “educational seminar” at the Chadds Ford...

source: The Philadelphia Inquirer

Machine learning promises to dramatically improve the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare, bringing us closer to the kind of personalized medicine that not only can substantially improve preventive care, but also bring the right...

source: MedCity News

Researchers investigating pediatric low-grade gliomas, the most common type of brain tumor in children, have discovered key biological differences in how mutated genes combine with other genes to drive this childhood cancer. By...

source: Children's Hospital of Philadelphia via ScienceDaily

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