Information Technology - August 2013
Federal News Radio interview focuses on healthcare quality improvement through IT
Discussion offers practical ways to improve outcomes and reduce costs
Doctors in Dubai will soon prescribe (Android) tablets
Hospital patients will have technology at their fingertips
High-tech hospital room monitors more than entertainment
Patients can order meals, talk to nurses nurses and view X-rays
AAMI releases free wireless information resource
Compilation of articles can help avoid mistakes when introducing wireless technologies into healthcare facilities
Real-time location services can save time and improve care
Cost-effective technologies can help in emergencies situations as well as efficient equipment scheduling.
Wireless body area networks open up health care and consumer possibilities
BANs have transformed patient monitoring and offer opportunities for athletics and person fitness.
Mass notification systems can aid overall hospital communications
Healthcare organizations are increasingly using mass notification systems, originally intended for emergency situations, for other critical communications.