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EHRs Increase Positive Outcome for Stroke Patients

Stroke patients treated in an emergency room that uses electronic health records with clinical decision support and computerized physician order entry (CPOE) are more likely to have a positive outcome. So reports Fierce EMR.

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Traumatic Brain Injury Device Approved by FDA

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new device to detect traumatic brain injury. So reports Fierce Mobile Healthcare.

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Google Ventures Into Healthcare Products Market

Shortly after revealing Google's new Alphabet Parent company and promising an improved focus on health projects, Google announced a new diabetes management project. So reports Healthcare IT News.

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3D-Printed Drug Wins FDA Approval

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first 3D-printed pill. So reports ABC News.

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DoD Chooses Cerner to Handle EHR Modernization Project

The Department of Defense has selected Cerner as its vendor for it electronic health record modernization project. So reports EHR Intelligence.

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Regional Medical Tech News August Roundup

Here's our August roundup of some of the most notable regional changes happening in the country.

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What Does Windows 10 Update Mean for Physicians?

The recent Windows 10 update means more functionality for physicians. So reports Healthcare IT News.

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Many Hospitals Unhappy with EHR Vendors: Survey

A recent survy of 277 community hospitals found that 20% of them want to change their EHR vendor. So reports Fierce EMR.

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Medical Practice Size Remains Fixed, Study Finds

The size of medical practices hasn’t changed in the past two years. So reports Med Page Today.

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Doctors Slow to Recommend Wearables, mHealth Apps

Patients are interested in wearables and other mobile health technology, but physicians rarely recommend them. So reports mHealth Intelligence.

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