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Patients Likely to Benefit from Health Information Exchanges Between …

As hospitals and doctors' offices throughout the country race to join online systems that enable them to share medical information securely, a new study proposes that these systems may already be reducing and cutting unnecessary care. Based on new findings by University of Michigan researchers published online in the journal Medical Care, fewer emergency patients received second round medical scans when they were admitted to a hospital that partakes in a health ... Read more

Fewer Beds Lead to More Effective ICUs…

According to an opinion piece published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, fewer beds in intensive care units (ICUs) could help curb disparity in service use. Intensive care accounts for around 3 percent of healthcare spending ... Read more

EHRS Help Physicians Enhance Care…

A new study in the journal Health Services Research discovered that nearly three-quarters of physicians using electronic health records in 2011 said there were clinical benefits when patients' medical histories were kept in digital files. The ... Read more

Medicade Expansion Increases ER Use…

According to a study published in Science, an increase in insured hospital patients due to Medicaid expansion made way toward a 40 percent increase in their visitations to the emergency room (ER). Moreover, based on a Medicaid lottery program in ... Read more

Imaging Technology Could Help Solve Crimes via Corneal …

A UK team has discovered that modern high-resolution digital images are now so highly detailed, that they can enlarge the eyes in people's photos and retrieve images of out-of-shot bystanders reflected on their corneas. Couple this with the fact ... Read more

Expensive Robotic Surgery on Colon Shows Little to No …

According to data submitted by researchers from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, patients who receive an elaborate robotic colon surgery are likely to experience the same success rate as those who undergo a minimally invasive ... Read more

Imaging Network Combines with Current EHRs and HIEs…

An enhanced interoperability system allows for healthcare organizations to securely exchange imaging data, thus increasing referrals, reducing costs, and honoring regulatory requirements. Merge Healthcare, Inc. (Chicago, IL, USA) has recently ... Read more

Improving MU for Radiology
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Meaningful use (MU) guidelines usually cover points that are somewhat unrelated to radiology. Yet an editorial recently published in the November issue of Radiology suggests new guidelines and categories for health IT to drive the ultimate goal ... Read more

How Government Shutdown Restricts Impact of Health IT…

As of the today, the U.S. government remains no where near the possibility of ending the shutdown that has gripped the nation and has left over 800,000 federal employees unemployed since last Tuesday. And while the impact of the government shutdown ... Read more

Rubbery Robots Could Lead to Safer, Cost-effective …

Based on a report by Scientific American, the effectiveness of robots during surgery is riddled with conflicting view points. Some praise the use of robots in surgery, especially during invasive surgeries, while others believe the rigidity and ... Read more

FDA to Regulate Only a Handful of Mobile Medical Apps…

Not every smartphone or tablet app related to health, like an app reminding patients about an appointment, are regulated medical devices. Additionally, not all mobile apps that meet the criteria as medical devices are awarded regulation to begin ... Read more

Providers Value Functionality in Advanced Viz Software…

Based on a report titled “Advanced Visualization 2013: How Advanced Is It?” conducted by the market research firm KLAS, it was revealed that two-thirds of surveyed providers would consider using their advanced visualization system as their main ... Read more

4 Nifty Ways Hospitals Utilize Social Media…

Social media has become a daily part of millions of people’s lives. Hospitals like the Mayo Clinic recognize the power of social media, as reflected by their active twitter account which is currently ranked as No. 1 with more than half a million ... Read more

Class-action Suit Filed against Advocate Medical Group …

A class-action law suit has been filed against Advocate Medical Group in Downers Grove, Ill, by patients who suffered from a massive breach in the group’s computer system. The lawsuit stipulates that the Chicago area's largest physician group ... Read more

No Substantial Improvement made to Health Information …

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation first published their inaugural report on Health Information Technology in the U.S. in 2006; since then a lot has changed. One example is The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology ... Read more

ONC Introduces New Plan to Make Reporting IT Hazards …

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) officials recently revealed the blue-prints to a new plan, designed to reinforce patient safety initiatives and procedures nationwide. The plan comes as a response to the ... Read more

Ipad’s Influence over Daily Clinical Duties of …

Based on a study published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology, as the iPad is being utilized for as an indicative procedure direction, injection-based procedure planning, and mobile analysis and reading of some imaging studies, the ... Read more

Health Apps Ability to Alter Patient Behavior…

There are various health, fitness, and medical apps (applications) that may very well exceed the 40,000 mark. There exists a variety from references to calculators to journals to tracker apps, seen in apps like diabetes managers and heart rate ... Read more

BigBrain: Scientists Construct 3D Road-Map of the …

A groundbreaking development has ushered in a three-dimensional (3-D) digital reproduction of a fully-realized human brain. Naming it the BigBrain, it now allows the anatomy of the brain to be seen to the tiniest detail(s) using a resolution of 20 ... Read more

FDA Calls for Heightened Health IT Cybersecurity …

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is calling for heightened security measures for medical records, applications, and network operations via online. The FDA is recommending that medical device manufacturers and healthcare facilities to ... Read more

MDCT: Informatics can be used to Assess CT Image …

At the International Symposium on Multidetector-Row CT in Washington, DC, it was acknowledged that the field of Radiology has progressed a great deal over the years. Through the continuation of advancing CT image quality and managing radiation ... Read more
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