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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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Do doctors know enough about medical technology to help start building the software that they use inside their practices? Traditional thinking would say, no. The medical trade might be modernizing, but its members generally know more about kidneys than keyboards and more...

source: Forbes

A large meta-analysis of phase 1 clinical trials found that patients for whom a personalized, biomarker-based selection strategy was used had significantly better outcomes than patients for whom a biomarker-based approach was not used.

source: Medscape

Upbringing and circumstance — and the consequences of a lifetime of decisions — all shape us to varying degrees. And the environment undoubtedly plays some role. But, at the core of it all is our genetics, the foundational biologic blueprint of our physical —...

source: Medical Xpress

An experimental procedure aimed at repairing spinal cord injuries is showing promise. It uses stem cells in the damaged areas in hopes of restoring function and movement. And for one patient, it is promising. On April 9, 2013, James...

source: CBS News

It all started because Amy Karle wanted to grow her own exoskeleton. But after experimenting with 3-D printing bones during an artist residency program through Autodesk's Pier 9 workshop in San Francisco, she set her sights on something a little smaller and more intimate....

source: ArsTechnica

Israeli 3-D printer firm Nano Dimension has successfully lab-tested a 3-D bioprinter for stem cells, paving the way for the potential printing of large tissues and organs, the company said on Wednesday. While 3-D printers are used already to create stem cells for research,...

source: Reuters via Fox News


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