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HeartSuite is a suite of integrated, enterprise cardiology tools that offer cardiovascular information management ...

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A new automated system that electronically secures, tracks and distributes scrubs, the garments worn by healthcare professionals, was introduced by Cardinal Health Inc.

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The OR1 Integrated ORs offer hospitals a turn-key solution that streamlines the entire OR environment by placing total ...

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Designed for fast and efficient response, the Lifeline Emergency Cart is constructed of lightweight polymer and tubular steel for ease in handling during transit and at the code site. An ergonomically placed handle insures maximum control. The convertible, dual-function caster system provides positive control in transit, yet adjusts to full swivel-caster mode.

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Feature | Mark Paquin

What do you think of when you hear the word simulation? Probably the first thing that comes to mind is flight simulation ...

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Feature | Kim Phelan

Novelists and playwrights might call it a cruel irony — heroes who succumb to the powers of evil, true love tragically ...

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Feature | Ryan Hiett

As a professor of surgery and the director of a mitral valve clinic that performs 300 to 400 valve repairs each year ...

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Feature | Judith Cassidy

As costs continue to soar for the medical community, health professionals are looking for ways to save money while not ...

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Feature | Ryan Hiett

Give a highly ranked research and teaching facility access to cutting-edge technology, and the results could be death ...

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Feature | Sunny Sanyal

What factors are driving increased adoption of healthcare information technology, otherwise known as HIT? Clinical IT and technology in general are getting a lot of focus from the government, from the industry, from clinicians — and the drive to make healthcare safer is what's driving overall growth of clinical IT and technology adoption.

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One of the highest priorities for physicians who diagnose and treat heart failure conditions is to keep their patients ...

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Feature | Kim Phelan

It struck me the other day that while thousands of healthcare information technology (HIT) executives flock to San Diego ...

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Feature | Kim Phelan

It’s not uncommon for a cardiologist at University Community Hospital (UCH) in Tampa to walk about two miles to get his ...

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Feature | Richard R. Rogoski

Minimally-invasive surgery has proven to be safer, requires a shorter hospital stay and is cosmetically preferred over ...

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Feature | Ryan Hiett

Coronary bypass surgery, a difficult and painful way to repair major damage caused by coronary artery disease, may be on its way out — and it’s a long time coming for researchers like Douglas Losordo, M.D. After all, he’s spent the past 10 years looking into the possibilities of adult stem cell therapy as a viable alternative to the procedure.

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