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27 Aug 2016 - 31 Aug 2016

Health IT

Philips Acquires Wellcentive to Expand Population Health Portfolio

Royal Philips (Amsterdam, Netherlands) has acquired Wellcentive (Alpharetta, GA, USA), which provides population health management software solutions. More...
25 Jul 2016
Image: Brain scans of patients with the LVV highlighted in red (Photo courtesy of the University at Buffalo).

Neuroimaging May Help Track Brain Volume in MS Patients

A new software tool could enable the accurate identification and quantification of ventricular volume in multiple sclerosis (MS), despite variability in brain shapes and scanning technology used. More...
14 Jul 2016
JD Honigberg International
Image: The mobile videoconferencing system (Photo courtesy of Josh Barney / UVA Health System).

Mobile Telemedicine System Speeds Stroke Care

A low-cost, tablet-based videoconferencing platform can help paramedics reliably perform prehospital neurologic assessments in both rural and urban settings. More...
13 Jul 2016
Image: The GALE Smart Portable Health Center (Photo courtesy of 19labs).

Portable First Aid Center Guides Emergency Home Care

A connected first aid kits provide users with interactive guides and a direct connection to emergency services, medical professionals, and loved ones. More...
07 Jul 2016
Image: The new integrated circuits, fabricated in interlocking segments (Photo courtesy of Yei Hwan Jung, Juhwan Lee/ WISC).

Stretchy Circuits Foretell Future of Wearable Electronics

A new wave of wearable integrated circuits could drive the Internet of Things (IoT) and a much more connected, high-speed wireless world. More...
29 Jun 2016
Armstrong Medical Industries

Shimmer and Wyss Institute Partner to Advance Remote Patient Monitoring

Shimmer Sensing (Dublin, Ireland), a leader in medical-grade wearable wireless sensors, has entered into a partnership with Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University (Boston, MA, USA) in support of ongoing research focused on remote patient monitoring with wireless sensor technology. More...
20 Jun 2016
Image: Bed sensors, constructed of hydraulic transducers, are designed to monitor patient health (Photo courtesy of the University of Missouri).

Motion Capture Sensors Help Detect Health Changes

Monitoring walking speed via unobtrusive radar and monitoring heart health by utilizing bed sensors can help maintain older adults’ health, according to new studies. More...
16 Jun 2016

The Health IT channel of HospiMedica informs about healthcare information technology for hospitals, clinics, and private practice. Among the subjects covered are electronic medical record environments, document management, HIS, RIS, PACS, LIM, and others.
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