Current Headlines

  1. 3D Bio Printing Used To Regenerate Nerve Cells
    5/29/2015

    Researchers are using bio scaffolding to help rebuild nerve tissue. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  2. UDI Database Now Public
    5/29/2015

    The FDA has just launched its Global Unique Device Identification Database (GUDID), which provides a resource to report adverse effects of devices and hasten reactions to recalls. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  3. Telehealth Pilot Yields 27% Cost Savings For Banner Health
    5/29/2015

    Hospitalizations of chronically ill patients see 45 percent reduction within first six months. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  4. Hospitals Leverage AC Power Probes To Detect Malware
    5/28/2015

    Hospitals can use WattsUpDoc to detect whether or not malware has been introduced into networks. By Christine kern, contributing writer

  5. Deal Struck To Accelerate Clinical Studies In Digital Health
    5/28/2015

    PokitDok helps to virtually, securely, and efficiently identify eligible participants for clinical trials. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  6. Providers Unprepared For Revenue Cycle Changes
    5/28/2015

    Task Force finds RCM ‘ill-equipped’ for the challenges of today’s healthcare marketplace. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  7. Kit Check Tracks Five Million Hospital Medications With RFID And Cloud Software Solution
    5/28/2015

    Kit Check, the leader in hospital pharmacy kit processing and medication tracking software, recently announced that five million medications have been tracked using the company’s cloud software and RFID-based solution.

  8. Connance Receives HFMA Peer Review Designation
    5/28/2015

    The Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) recently reviewed Connance's Patient-Pay Optimization solution using the Peer Review process.

  9. ClearDATA Raises $25M In Series C Financing To Fuel Growth
    5/28/2015

    ClearDATA announced recently the close of an over-subscribed $25M Series C funding round with contributions from Heritage Group, HLM Venture Partners and Flare Capital Partners, along with existing investors Norwest Venture Partners, Merck Global Health Innovation Fund and Excel Venture Management.

  10. FORCE-TJR Tapped To Lead ‘Big Data’ Learning Project For AcademyHealth’s Electronic Data Methods Forum
    5/28/2015

    FORCE-TJR (the first U.S. total joint replacement (TJR) registry to collect and use patient-reported outcome measures and provide risk-adjusted national norms to guide quality monitoring in TJR) has been named one of three national project awardees by AcademyHealth Electronic Data Methods (EDM) Forum.

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