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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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Johns Hopkins University biologists have found that a protein that plays a key role in the lives of stem cells can bolster the growth of damaged muscle tissue, a step that could potentially contribute to treatments for muscle degeneration...

source: News-Medical.net

Researchers from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and Cytex Therapeutics have found a way to program stem cells to grow new cartilage on a 3-D template of the ball of a hip joint. This cartilage releases anti-inflammatory molecules that help fend...

source: FierceBiotech

A new study provides more evidence that identical sections of DNA can match up with each other without the help of other molecules. DNA molecules in our bodies carry genetic information encoded in segments called genes. Each gene encodes a certain attribute, feature or...

source: Phys.org

Matthew Walvick is a doctor. But until recently, when he left a large hospital to work at a startup, he felt like his day was utterly consumed with data entry. Walvick, a former internal medicine physician at John Muir Health, recalls spending endless hours checking boxes...

source: Fast Company

In a move toward the next generation of implantable diagnostic devices and smart wearable systems, researchers at Tufts University have successfully integrated conductive threads through multiple layers of tissue to gather diagnostic data wirelessly and in real time. The...

source: Fox News

The FDA touted the potential of 3-D printed medical devices and drugs Thursday, releasing regulatory science research on devices already cleared and approved by the agency. The FDA issued draft guidance on 3-D printed devices in May, which is currently open for comment until...

source: The Hill

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