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Kent & Medway Health Informatics Service gets faster IT support to 300 locations
Kent and Medway Health Informatics Service (KMHIS) will soon deliver faster, more cost-effective IT support to more than 300 locations and 30,000 staff through Touchpaper’s new service desk integration (SDI) solution. ... Comments (0)
Source: PublicTechnology.net, UK
Posted: Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Telehealth gets money
The East Central Health (ECH) Region has received money for expansion of its Telehealth services. ... Comments (0)
Source: Vermilion Standard, Canada
Posted: Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Understanding the Lucrative Business of Selling Medical Records
Buying and selling certain health information isn’t new. Since the 1940s, health insuring organizations (HIOs) have bought prescription records from a variety of sources, including through the claims process by managed care organizations, pharmacy benefit mangers, and others, and then linked with physicians listed in the Physician Master File of the American Medical Association (AMA). ... Comments (0)
Source: Acadiana Medical News
Posted: Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Study: Patients favor doctors that use electronic medical records
Doctors looking to attract new patients may want to buy an electronic medical record system because a new survey slated to be released Monday found that a majority of consumers said the technology plays a role in their selection of a physician. ... Comments (0)
Source: SiliconValley.com
Posted: Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Microsoft is buying healthcare search engine Medstory
Microsoft Corp. announced Monday it is buying Medstory Inc., a Foster City, California-based start-up that offers web search technology for medical information. ... Comments (0)
Source: Earthtimes.org
Posted: Tuesday, February 27, 2007

New health risk: Scam artists hijack medical identities
Scam artists accessing personal information may be after more than your money. Instead of credit cards and bank records, these crooks want to use your medical identity - and the results can be life-threatening. ... Comments (0)
Source: Eagle Tribune, US
Posted: Monday, February 26, 2007

Health information searchers look to social media for straight talk
Online health searchers are relying on user-generated media to learn about health and medical issues. Finding content on credible corporate, nonprofit and government Web sites – as well as on certain blogs, wikis and other social media – may be increasing Americans' trust in the information they find online, according to a study conducted in December by Envision Solutions, LLC. ... Comments (0)
Source: DM News
Posted: Monday, February 26, 2007

Patients tracked by chip
RFID chips are likely to be used to monitor the whereabouts of patients in at least one hospital in New Zealand by the end of the year, after a trial proposed by the Health IT cluster met with strong interest from would-be suppliers.... Comments (0)
Source: Stuff.co.nz, New Zealand
Posted: Monday, February 26, 2007

Patient Care With BI Solutions!
Business Objects, a provider of business intelligence solutions, is helping hospitals and health insurance providers gain a clear and complete view of key metrics, performance indicators and analytics that support critical planning and informed decisions. ... Comments (0)
Source: EFYTimes, India
Posted: Monday, February 26, 2007

Killing The Messenger RNA -- But Which One?
Tiny molecules called microRNAs, only 19 to 21 nucleotides in length, are able to effectively silence sometimes large sets of genes. ... Comments (0)
Source: Medical News Today
Posted: Monday, February 26, 2007

Vendor Notebook: Motion releases new clinical tablet
Motion Computing, a San Francisco-based vendor of ultramobile computing and wireless communications, has unveiled its new C5 mobile clinical assistant.... Comments (0)
Source: Healthcare IT News
Posted: Monday, February 26, 2007

Mayo offers health info over cell phones
Mayo Clinic has teamed up with Digital Cyclone of Minnetonka to deliver medical information to sick people who don't have time for a doctor's appointment. ... Comments (0)
Source: WKBT, US
Posted: Friday, February 23, 2007

Telemedicine Server for Dermatology Applications
Lucid has previewed its VivaNet telemedicine server for dermatology applications. The VivaNet server is intended to link dermatology practitioners using Lucid's non- invasive VivaScope confocal imagers with other dermatologists or pathologists via the Internet.... Comments (0)
Source: Wireless Healthcare
Posted: Friday, February 23, 2007

Tele-health offers remote care
Thailand will be the new Asian base for Tele Health Services, a health service provider using new technology that allows patients to be diagnosed and partially treated from a remote location. ... Comments (0)
Source: Nation Multimedia, Thailand
Posted: Friday, February 23, 2007

Doctors back controversial NHS IT system
NHS doctors have given the controversial new £12bn IT system their backing, but say that no more money should be spent on it. In a survey of 3,000 doctors, 66 per cent said they think the new system would make a positive change to the NHS.... Comments (0)
Source: Register
Posted: Friday, February 23, 2007

Oracle and TopQuadrant Smarten Up Public Health
Oracle has announced that the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UT Houston) uses Semantic Web technology from Oracle and TopQuadrant, a Certified Partner in the Oracle PartnerNetwork, to enable public health preparedness and allow for improved decision making.... Comments (0)
Source: Wireless Healthcare
Posted: Friday, February 23, 2007

Intel Introduces Mobile Clinical Assistant Platform
Intel Corp. announced that its mobile clinical assistant (MCA) platform is now ready to enable nurses to spend more time with patients, do their jobs on the move while remaining connected and manage the administration of medications... Comments (0)
Source: IT News Online, India
Posted: Thursday, February 22, 2007

Switch to e-records lags behind other countries
After more than 20 years as a family physician, Michelle Greiver questions why Canadians can access their bank accounts 24 hours a day, seven days a week, but when they go to the hospital after hours, their medical records are unavailable. ... Comments (0)
Source: Globe and Mail, Canada
Posted: Thursday, February 22, 2007

IBM, Duke develop website for patients
Patients in Duke University's health system can now go to one website to pay medical bills, schedule doctor appointments and eventually view their personal medical histories.... Comments (0)
Source: USA Today
Posted: Thursday, February 22, 2007

AHIC work group recommends PHR certification
The federal government’s healthcare information technology development efforts typically seem well-charted; the discussions, however, are often cloyingly circumspect. Rarely do HHS committee meetings give rise to open dissent. ... Comments (0)
Source: ModernHealthcare.com
Posted: Thursday, February 22, 2007

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