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 WASHINGTON, D.C. – Monday July 15, 2013:  American Hospital Management Company (AHMC) proudly announces the opening of Clínica Vallesur in Arequipa, Peru. The new hospital is part of AUNA one of Peru’s leading healthcare providers and a partner of AHMC in the market. The hospital is equipped wi...
 
Researchers from the Mayo Clinic have developed a computer-aided electronic warning system to help identify patients at risk for premature death, such as from an abnormality in the heart's electrical system, the institution recently announced. Findings on the system were published in this month's M...
 
Implementing an electronic medical records system in Malawi included the usual challenges, such as having tech staff available, selling clinicians on its value and training them to use it. But there were additional challenges, including power outages, low computer literacy in some areas and co-exist...
 
According to a recent report from Kalorama Information, a leading market researcher, the sales of electronic medical records (EMR) in the United States during 2011 recorded an increase of 14.2% than 2010. The sales of EMR in 2011 recorded around $17.9 billion. A report titled “EMR 2012: the Market ...
 
Searching electronic medical records using natural language processing identified postoperative complications better than more commonly used data codes, researchers say. Led by Dr Harvey Murff, of the Veterans Affairs Medical Center and Vanderbilt University, researchers conducted a study of databa...
 
IBM has announced that it will expand its Health Analytics Solution Center in Dallas. Company officials said teams there are working to help physicians connect smart phones, tablets and other devices to electronic medical records (EMR), while also helping healthcare professionals develop new solut...
 
According to a new study conducted at the Stanford University School of Medicine, Vanderbilt University and Harvard Medical School, a widely used combination of two common medications may cause unexpected increases in blood glucose levels. Strange enough, neither of the two drugs; one, an antidep...
 
According to a new study forthcoming in the Journal of Political Economy, extended use of electronic medical records (EMR) would significantly reduce infant mortality in the U.S. The study showed that a 10 % increase in hospital use of basic electronic records would save 16 babies for every 100,00...
 
Fitchburg, Wis. – Emdat Inc., a leading provider of web-based medical transcription software, has released an update to its popular Emdat Mobile app in order to make dictating and reviewing transcriptions remotely even easier for medical personnel. Key updates to the software include:     Adjust...
 
City of Philadelphia has selected eClinicalWorks, the Westbourough, Mass.-based ambulatory clinical systems provider, to help improve the continuity of care for the City’s Department of Public Health, according to eClinicalWorks. Using eClinicalWorks will provide the approximately 230 providers a...
 
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