Information Technology - July 2015

Hospital IT problems prevent elderly patients from ordering meals

Fiona Stanley Hospital in Perth was the first in western Australia to implement a digital medical record system and bedside computers to order food


Company bringing on-demand healthcare facilities to offices, homes

Service launched in Dallas-Fort Worth is providing on-site healthcare that can be delivered within a day's time at the tap of a button


Telehealth could be cost-saver in patient care

Studies expect growth in telehealth for home health care


Digital signage uses in healthcare

When a visitor enters a healthcare facility, digital signage can engage and inform


Healthcare facilities need more cybersecurity personnel

New advances in the industry are creating a need for employees


Hospitals named to 2015's Most Wired list

The survey examines how organizations are leveraging IT to improve performance for value-based healthcare


Tennessee reviews certificate of need process

Reform efforts aims to increase competition and spending among health care organizations


GPS devices can improve security for dementia patients

New study in Norway says patients experienced increased levels of physical activity using GPS devices


Hospitals RFID chips focus on patient safety

University of Vermont Medical Center tracks medications, kits using radio frequency identification technology


BlackBerry may go bacteria-free for hospitals

Company considering a bacteria-free smartphone to become the secure mobile choice for the healthcare industry



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