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Image: Software provider Epic will release two new electronic health record (EHR) systems (Photo courtesy of iStock).

Latest EHR Systems Target Smaller Healthcare Facilities

New minimalist electronic health record (EHR) systems will feature lower prices, but will also provide less functionality. More...
16 Mar 2017
Image: A simulation showing blood flowing through the heart of a baby born with a defect (Photo courtesy of Marsden Lab / Stanford University).

Surgical Planning Software Simulates Cardiac Blood Flow

A new technique uses imaging data and specialized simulation software to predict the prospective results of heart surgery. More...
02 Mar 2017
Fluke Biomedical
Image: A new study suggests a novel bio-galvanic cell could power ingestible devices (Photo courtesy of BWH).

Gastric Fluids Could Help Power Ingestible Devices

A new study suggests that electrolytes in gastric acid could provide a sufficiently potent energy source to power ingestible electronics. More...
21 Feb 2017
Image: The Mynx VCD has a higher risk of vascular complications than other VCDs (Photo courtesy of Cardinal Health).

Automated Registry Monitoring Speeds Clinical Safety Surveillance

A new study claims that implementing automated, web-based surveillance of medical devices can help spot potential safety problems with less delay. More...
15 Feb 2017
Image: A novel 3D bioprinter prints bi-layered human skin (Photo courtesy of UC3M).

3D Bioprinter Produces Functional Human Skin

A novel three-dimensional (3D) printing technology uses human components to produce active skin that makes its own collagen. More...
09 Feb 2017
Image: The Getac S410 semi-rugged notebook for operational conditions (Photo courtesy of Getac).

Semi-Rugged Notebooks Protect Military Medical Data

Tough notebook computers will be used to help digitally capture medical treatment data in operational environments, enhance continuity of care, and enable a comprehensive lifelong electronic health record (EHRR) for service members. More...
02 Feb 2017
Image: A new study suggests the human heartbeat could be used to protect medical records (Photo courtesy of DepositPhotos).

Human Heartbeat Could Safeguard Electronic Medical Data

A new study describes how an electrocardiograph (ECG) could be used as password to access the information encrypted in a patient’s electronic health record (EHR). More...
01 Feb 2017


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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