Royal Philips demonstrated its HealthSuite Digital Platform at the Dreamforce 2014 conference, October 13–16. According to the company, its presence at the event underscores its “commitment to connecting care from hospital to home with digital solutions and services that span the health continuum.”
If you thought the revised Joint Commission standards were all done last spring, think again. In this edition of CCE Prep, Arif Subhan highlights new changes in the standards brought about by CMS.
The SONON from Healcerion, South Korea, is an iOS- and Android-compatible portable ultrasound device that enables healthcare providers to perform ultrasounds anywhere with the product and mobile devices they already use.
As HTM departments scramble to address the Shellshock “Bash bug,” cybersecurity experts warn there’s much more like it soon to come.
When combined with the company’s hand-held UNISIM simulator, the PULS-R universal SpO2 simulation finger from Rigel Medical provides an all-in-one vital signs solution.
Version 3.5 of Siemens Healthcare’s Acuson Freestyle ultrasound system includes enhanced needle visualization, expanded image display, and an app that connects the system to Microsoft Windows tablets.
Innovations, a television series hosted by Ed Begley, Jr, has announced an upcoming episode featuring independent service organization Pacific Medical and focusing on the health technology management field.
While many healthcare providers plan to use new technologies including cloud storage, big data, mobile, and social to optimize electronic medical records (EMR), 96% say their infrastructure is not fully prepared for the evolution of their EMR today.
Group purchasing organization Yankee Alliance announced on October 14 that it has chosen MedApproved to provide a web-based purchasing review system.
The latest offering from Sony Electronics’ Medical Systems is a 27-inch, high-resolution surgical monitor available in either a digital/analog and digital-only version.