Many clinicians and healthcare provider networks rely on some type of tablet to improve patient care through technology efficiency. But there are few, if any mass-market devices that offer clinicians accurate, reliable and secure access to information in real-time using a device they can take with them from one hospital room to the next, back to their office and even into the ER.
It’s no secret that most EHR (Electronic Health Record) systems don’t play well with each other. And despite the notorious lack of cooperation among EHRs – and attempts to remedy – the incompatibility has continued.
Isabel, a differential diagnosis checklist tool, can help you broaden your differential diagnosis skills. Isabel’s developers refer to it as a point of care knowledge organizer, but it can also be a teaching tool and skill enhancer.
Med-Scribe is more than just a transcription service. It is a U.S.-based clinical documentation platform. Not only can you use Med-Scribe to transcribe your notes, but also Med-Scribe can be set up work with your existing electronic health record system allowing your transcription to integrate seamlessly into the patient's record.
The 3D technology that makes movies and entertainment larger than life is now part of the next generation of screening and diagnostic devices being studied by scientists at the FDA's Division of Imaging,