TechSectors - Medical Device: Teaching the Brain to Take the Right Step
Can the application of chaos theory lead to better clinical rehabilitation and assistive devices for patients suffering from neuromuscular disorders?
TechSectors - Rehabilitation: Independence After Stroke
The wireless, customizable NESS H200 Hand Rehabilitation System device has proven to give newfound independence to patients with paralyzed hands caused by a neurological disorder.
Communication Breakdown: Technology in the Exam Room
Technology and medicine are a wonderful combination, but not if the doctor hides behind it, a real concern in a world of EMRs and handheld medical devices.
Tech Talk: Point-of-Care Information
Remember in the 1960s Star Trek series when Dr. McCoy would pass his medical tricorder over a prostrate body to discover not only which species of alien had invaded the young ensign, but also how to expel the creature with a dose of medicine?
The Dirty Secret about Health 2.0: Consumers Are Not All-powerful
President-elect Barack Obama’s ascension to the White House was fueled in part by an Internet-driven grassroots campaign that brought together Americans of all backgrounds.
Asset Protection for Hard Times
The turmoil in the financial markets combined with a steep recession is hitting most of my clients pretty hard.
Everyone Loves e-Prescribing! Right?
Electronic prescribing is rapidly gaining support from a diverse array of healthcare organizations, government agencies, and technology corporations.
Clinical Decision Support: Information overload can be a prescription for bad medicine
The push for clinical decision support technology in medicine is a logical consequence of our experiences.
The Smart Home
As we age, the limitations on where we live and how we can live increase.
The EHR Trailblazers
These three physicians decided to take the bull by the horns and start their own EHR companies.
5 Questions... with Cliff Chirls, President and COO of iMedExchange
Clifford Chirls discusses the features of the new social networking site iMedExchange and explains how it diff ers from other social networking
resources for physicians.
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