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Real-time Map of Infectious Outbreaks Briefs Disease Trackers, International Travelers
Need to know where avian flu, salmonella or dengue fever been popping up? A quick view of HEALTHmap shows you where more than 50 diseases have been reported around the world, who is reporting and how “hot” an outbreak is based on the number of reports.... Comments (0)
Source: Infection Control Today
Posted: Thursday, February 22, 2007

Tablet PC maker to go after health care market with specialized device
Doctors and nurses are increasingly abandoning clipboards and paper files for electronic patient files. However, a number of practitioners aren't happy with the devices available for carrying on their rounds... Comments (0)
Source: ITBusiness.ca, Canada
Posted: Thursday, February 22, 2007

MPs to probe Care Records Service problems
Concerned MPs are asking ICT professionals and the public to help them in their investigation of the troubled implementation of England's NHS Care Records Service. ... Comments (0)
Source: BJHC.co.uk
Posted: Thursday, February 22, 2007

Geneus in research at Hospital for Sick Children
GenoLogics reports that the Hospital for Sick Children Research Institute has selected Geneus to manage its genomics workflows and assist with collaborative stem cell research across nine laboratories ... Comments (0)
Source: Laboratory Talk
Posted: Thursday, February 22, 2007

Hospitals pick hi-tech clipboard
An electronic clipboard that has the potential to save lives has been unveiled.... Comments (0)
Source: BBC News, UK
Posted: Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Forget paperwork: Technology puts health records into your hands
While you can retrieve cash from your bank account anywhere in the world and maintain your bank records online, Americans seldom maintain their health records by using software, hardware and Internet connections.... Comments (0)
Source: Jackson Sun, US
Posted: Tuesday, February 20, 2007

iSoft shares up on takeover talk
Shares in troubled medical software firm iSoft were 9% higher on Friday after it emerged an Australian software firm was in talks to buy it.... Comments (0)
Source: BBC News
Posted: Friday, February 16, 2007

Yasnoff: Wisconsin should invest in health record bank
Dr. William Yasnoff agreed that $30 million is a relatively small sum for state government to invest in the adoption of electronic health records, but not too small to make some headway on what he considers a better idea. ... Comments (0)
Source: WTN News
Posted: Thursday, February 15, 2007

Hospital emergency departments find relief in IT
Dr. Kevin Baumlin, director of informatics for the department of emergency medicine at Mount Sinai, says the point is better care ... Comments (0)
Source: InfoWorld
Posted: Thursday, February 15, 2007

EU project to develop next generation technology for elderly care
A consortium of 20 partners from European universities, public bodies and private companies is teaming up to develop next-generation technology to allow older people to continue to live independent lives in their own homes. ... Comments (0)
Source: Cordis News
Posted: Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Senators question HHS chief about health IT issues
The head of the Health and Human Services Department was grilled Tuesday about the swelling medical costs to citizens.... Comments (0)
Source: GovExec.com
Posted: Wednesday, February 14, 2007

EMR for Medical Healthcare Practice Provides Convenience, Savings, and Reduces Errors
Physicians are turning to electronic medical records (EMR) to lighten their work load, have convenient access to records, improve accuracy, and improves the bottom line through cost savings. ... Comments (0)
Source: American Chronicle
Posted: Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Using EHRs to extract data on adverse drug events
During the opening reception at the National Patient Safety Foundation's annual conference in San Francisco last May, patient-safety pioneer Lucian Leape was holding court and talking about how electronic health records could be used to automatically capture data on any adverse reactions or side effects of new drugs on the market.... Comments (0)
Source: ModernHealthcare.com
Posted: Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Nurses urge caution over EU patient record sharing
European Commission discusses scheme for sharing medical records across the continent ... Comments (0)
Source: Computeractive, UK
Posted: Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Software for electronic prescriptions coming to local pharmacies
In recent years, hospitals, physicians and pharmacies across the country have been installing new software programs that enable electronic prescriptions.... Comments (0)
Source: Nevada Appeal
Posted: Sunday, February 11, 2007

Telemedicine brings doctors to workplace virtually
Workers at the four elder-care residences in San Antonio and Boerne can meet with virtual in-house doctors for everything from flu to high blood pressure. They sit on exam tables facing a monitor on which they can see the doctor. ... Comments (0)
Source: San Antonio Express
Posted: Sunday, February 11, 2007

As Telemedicine Gains Popularity, Healthcare Facilities Must Guard Against Risks
Just 20 years ago, providing healthcare services using telecommunications seemed closer to science fiction than reality. In 2007, however, many U.S. hospitals are beginning to implement telemedicine programs, allowing, for example, specialists in off-site locations to provide consulting services to onsite physicians. ... Comments (0)
Source: DOTmed.com
Posted: Sunday, February 11, 2007

Telemedicine benefits oncology treatment
A northern Ontario breast cancer patient is now confident about her treatment plan thanks to telemedicine capabilities at Kingston General Hospital (KGH). ... Comments (0)
Source: Hospital News, Canada
Posted: Sunday, February 11, 2007

Senate Committee Approves Telemedicine Mental Health Bill for American Indians, Alaska Natives
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee on Thursday approved by voice vote a bill that would authorize $6 million to provide mental health services for suicide prevention, intervention and treatment available to American Indians and Alaska Natives through expanded telemedicine systems... Comments (0)
Source: Kaiser network.org
Posted: Sunday, February 11, 2007

EPG Patient Direct - A Portal Enabling The Millions Of Patients Seeking Knowledge And Information About Personal Care And Health
IMR International Limited, developers of e-communication and clinical information solutions, today announced that it will launch EPG Patient Direct in June 2007. The service, designed specifically for public and patient use, will provide visitors with access to a vast range of healthcare content written and structured specifically for their needs.... Comments (0)
Source: Medical News Today
Posted: Sunday, February 11, 2007

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