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Healthcare – Today and Tomorrow

12 Aug 2020

Remote Monitoring: Is the world waking up to its necessity in Chronic Care Management during times of crisis?

The current pandemic has become a test of faith in remote monitoring technology. If anything this pandemic has awakened the world to the need for smarter healthcare approaches.

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10 Apr 2020

The Future of Healthcare at the End of a Crisis

Change is eminent following this global tragedy that has forced several if not all business to rethink their approach or come to a complete standstill and await the green signal to begin their habitual operations.

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15 Dec 2019

E-ICU Monitoring: Effective Healthcare Analytics Solutions for Hospitals

If you or a family member has been treated in an emergency room of a hospital or has been admitted to the hospital, you may have noticed an increased number of patient monitors in the area of ​​admitting and in the emergency room.

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10 Apr 2019

Benefits of Outsourcing Cardiac Monitoring Services at Hospitals

Hospitals today face many challenges, including economic recession, the increase in uninsured care, and increasing competition for outpatient services. However, there are still many steps hospitals can take to improve their profitability amidst these economic conditions.

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07 Dec 2018

Is convenience forcing you to choose sodium over your heart?

With people increasingly making nutrition choices based on convenience and taste, the choices involve not only excess sodium but a host of health issues impacting cardiovascular health

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05 Jun 2018

Wearable gadgets that prove technology is changing healthcare

The rise in usage of wearable tech gadgets is proof of what healthcare should be prioritizing all along: complete, dedicated focus on an individual’s needs in terms of keeping his health in tip-top shape.

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05 Jun 2018

SLEEP APNEA: INCREDIBLE FACTS ABOUT SLEEP DISORDER

Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder in which an individual's breathing is interrupted during his sleep. A person who is diagnosed with sleep apnea unknowingly stops breathing several times during their sleep.

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16 Jun 2017

Why Cardiac Rehabilitation Really Matters in Mending Hearts?

Cardiovascular disease is still one of the major diseases that plague countries around the world.

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30 May 2017

Delayed Anticoagulation Treatment Raises Dementia Risk in AF Patients

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is a common heart irregularity affecting over 3 million American adults.

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15 May 2017

Tracking key hospital metrics to increase profitability

To develop patient access KPIs, hospitals may want to consider measuring rates for pre-registration and insurance verification.

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