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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

Can voice recognition truly enhance EHR usability?
Voice recognition technology is replacing conventional dictation across a variety of healthcare information systems, EHRs included. The click-heavy nature of most EHRs is a primary reason for dissatisfaction with the user experience. How effective is voice recognition, and can it eliminate transcription? Learn the answers to these questions and more in this insightful white paper from ChartLogic.
Technology Lets Staff Bring Patient Service Back
Wouldn't it be a wonderful thing - in this age of buzzwords like patient engagement and patient-centeredness - to be able to restore a bit of that human touch to your practice? You can, by relying on a surprising tool: technology. The idea that technology dehumanizes the clinical side of medicine is much-debated. But in front offices, technology clearly has the potential to do exactly the opposite, by enabling staff to provide much better service and offering more convenience.
The Three R’s: Revenue. Results. RTLS.
According to Frost and Sullivan, hospitals misplace or lose 10 to 20 percent of an estimated $750 million of their valuable medical equipment annually, wasting staff and patient time and incurring costly replacement charges. The Three R's: Revenue. Results. RTLS. will explain no matter the need, the size or scope of the project, there are four specific ways any hospital can most effectively and efficiently implement RTLS for asset and inventory tracking.
Overhaul Your Communications System
No matter what you decide, it's important to engage the entire hospital in the secure communications system conversation because it's something that affects your organization enterprise-wide. Without buy-in across the hospital, a new secure messaging or communications system can create more problems than solutions it was designed to solve.
Journey To Value: The State of Value-Based Reimbursement
Second in a series of national research studies on healthcare's transition from volume to value, conducted by ORC International and commissioned by Change Healthcare
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