Hospital management & administration

Is Your Hospital Ready For Hurricane Season How To Prepare For It With Disaster Recovery Planning

While it may be hard to believe, we are already about three months into hurricane season. Last year, the U.S. had one of the costliest years to date, with Hurricane Harveys damage estimated to be at $125 billion and Irmas at around $100 billion. The devastation that occurred last year brings light to the fact

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UK patients OK to share personal data with NHS, but not pharma

More than half of the UKs population is prepared to share personal data with the NHS to help with Artificial Intelligence (AI) projects but not pharma companies, according to a report.The survey of 2,000 Britons by KPMG showed that 51% of people polled are worried about data privacy, and the majority said they are unwilling

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Want to save the NHS? It’s all about Britain’s medical tech

Much of modern technology can be seen as frivolous posting photos, tweeting, showing off holiday videos but medical tech is revolutionising every aspect of the healthcare industry, from surgery to patient diagnosis. Whats more, Britain is in the vanguard of the medtech revolution, with more than 500,000 registered medical technology companies and revenues of 21

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Thousands ‘discharged without NHS notes’

A review finds that almost 15,000 patients may have been affected. Thousands of hospital patients may have been discharged without medical notes being sent to them or their GP.East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust declared a “serious incident” after it found 14,600 people could have been affected by an issue with a new patient record

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Health IT Instrumental in Revitalizing Mental Health, Preventive Care for New Mexico Hospital

Health IT Instrumental in Revitalizing Mental Health, Preventive Care for New Mexico Hospital Posted By Mary Butler on Aug 23, 2018 If healthcare leaders seriously put their minds to it, implementing new and efficient health IT solutions where they are needed most can play a role in truly transforming how care is delivered. In a

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How a New Mexico facility is using IT to battle addiction

By David Dallago, former McKinley County Commissioner and Dr. Donald Voltz, MD. McKinley County, New Mexico, is home to many Native Americans of Navajo decent living on a reservation. It borders on Gallup, N.M., which gained renown as “Drunk Town, USA” 30 years ago. For many years, Gallup ranked No. 1 nationally in the number

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