The IT side of health care will be transformative over the next decade.
Denise Amrich, RN explores the intersection between health and technology, and does her best to help techies get and stay healthy...one blog post at a time.
Denise Amrich is a Registered Nurse who also has 20 years of operations, logistics, and editorial management experience. She is the health care advisor for the U.S. Strategic Perspective Institute, and a mentor for the Virtual Campus at Florida's Brevard Community College.Denise co-founded ZATZ Publishing, and has been the managing editor for its magazines since 1997. She was previously the managing editor for a number of Ziff-Davis technology publications.Nothing Denise writes is meant to be a substitute for medical advice, and shouldn't be considered as such. If you are in need of medical help, please see your doctor.
If you want a quick, deep briefing on secure healthcare analytics in the cloud, you probably can't do better than this.
The data storage load for medical organizations is going to skyrocket.
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Learn how Premier Healthcare Alliance is leveraging analytics to drive and improve the healthcare delivery process.
Microsoft's Kinect technology continues to amaze, this time when used as a clever way to non-invasively monitor respiration.
Dr Peter Tippett of Verizon outlined some of the thinking Verizon is doing when it comes to providing mobile health solutions.
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IBM claims its unified communications offerings can save time looking for others and responding to calls in a clinical environment. If its claims are true, that might mean two more hours per day for patient care.
A UCLA doctor has developed a technology that lets a smartphone work as a microscope. The potential for field delivery of medical care is tremendous.
Smarting from her Great Debate trouncing, Denise Amrich attempts to explain one last time that prepaid phones are a Wild West of chaos and off-brands. Contracts are the basis of the Service Level Agreements that every IT operation knows and loves, for good reason.
Doctors are using cutting-edge GPS technology to treat a common heart condition.
Scientists have figured out how to use DNA as a way to store data.
Kinect technology could help people living with disabilities do their shopping.
Rehabilitation therapists are making Kinect an important part of the recovery process for injured patients.
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