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Microchips Modeling Clinical Trials

Microchips Modeling Clinical Trials

| February 11, 2015

The potential to streamline, improve, and perhaps transform the current healthcare system is huge. That’s how microchip modeling clinical trials came into use because there was an open opportunity and a need to innovate on the way clinical trials are conducted. Microchip modeling clinical trials aim to replace the use of animals in clinical trials […]

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Top E Healthcare Technology Trends for 2014

Top E Healthcare Technology Trends for 2014

| May 11, 2014

What is trending in healthcare technology as we approach 2014? Technology is an ever-changing paradigm, but some issues simply keep rising to the top. The mobile revolution continues, and patient involvement and engagement in their own healthcare is on the rise. It is becoming imperative to improve not only the patient, but also the caregiver […]

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BYOD Invades the Operating Room

BYOD Invades the Operating Room

| March 15, 2014

By Stacey Higginbotham. Much like enterprises are using more consumer technology (or consumer-like) technology, hospitals are also trying to figure out how shifts in user interfaces, voice recognition and other developments should make their way into their treatments. While the medical profession has a reputation for being somewhat stodgy, there are hints it is looking […]

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How useful are patient portals for increasing patient engagement?

How useful are patient portals for increasing patient engagement?

| November 28, 2013

Posted by Ella Buitenman | November 27, 2013 Lately we hear a lot about so called ‘patient portals’.  On November 12th we had a conference about elderly care in the Netherlands. Patient portals were mentioned. A few days later an article about the portal MijnGezondheid.net appeared on a Dutch website about ehealth. The most obvious reason for […]

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Survey: Consumers willing to switch doctors for medical data access

Survey: Consumers willing to switch doctors for medical data access

| September 28, 2013

A recent survey shows that a large number of US consumers (41 percent) are willing to switch doctors in order to get complete access to their medical records. And patient education and increased patient engagement is to blame for this. Doctors, although are not showing the same enthusiasm. The survey covered over 9000 people in […]

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