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Digital Data Copiers, Security Digital Card
Digital Versatile Disk Players
Digitizers, Document
Digitizers, Film
Digitizers, Video
Docking/Charging Stations, Handheld Computer
Document Scanners, Bar-Code, Handheld Computer
Document Scanners, Filmstrip/Photo Slide
Dry-Processing Imagers
Electric Signal Amplifiers, Audio
Electric Signal Amplifiers, Audio, Speech
Electric Signal Amplifiers, Audio/Video
Electric Signal Amplifiers, Video
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Continuous
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Continuous, Tape
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Event
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Event, Tape
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Tape
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Ventricular Function
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Ventricular Function, Tape
Electrocardiographs, Multichannel, Interpretive
Electroencephalographs, Ambulatory
Electroencephalographs, Ambulatory, Tape
Electroencephalographs, Computerized
Hospital Communication Systems
Hospital Communication Systems, Nurse Call
Hospital Communication Systems, Paging
Hospital Communication Systems, Paging, Staff
Hospital Communication Systems, Paging/Telephonic, Wireless

The Reputation and Online Scheduling Connection
How does a practice know if a critical review is valid feedback from a real patient - or a mistake intended for a physician with a similar name, a cranky complaint from a business associate masquerading as a patient review, or even sabotage by a competing practice? Technology can help, through an unexpected connection: Online scheduling.
Addressing the Need for Secure Workplace Communication
With more than 65 percent of working professionals in the United States sending and receiving an excess of two dozen text messages per day, outdated and tedious communication channels are quickly being replaced by faster, more efficient and secure ways of communicating. Regular text messaging is not HIPAA compliant, but has become a popular communication option outside of the healthcare industry.
mHealth Will Drive Physician Demand for Secure Text Messaging
For the typical physician, the most noticeable near-term effect will be the continued rise of texting as a replacement for out-of-date communications technologies. That's a positive development because quick and convenient communication is good for clinicians and patients. But it's one that, due to the risks it brings, makes many health administrators nervous.
Secure Messaging In a Mobile Healthcare World
U.S. hospitals and physicians waste more than $12 billion annually through communication inefficiencies among care providers and clinicians. That number is only expected to increase with the adoption of the population health model of care and a growing number of physicians who are looking for new ways to stay connected and share messages, securely, across multiple locations.
10 Steps to Maximize Secure Test Messaging Adoption
An excellent user experience that your clinical champions will applaud depends on all aspects of service delivery: cultural acceptance, tech infrastructure, policies, training, request handling, support, marketing, and trust. Detailed planning and preparations will help set the stage for a more successful rollout to maximize user adoption of your secure messaging application.
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