Hospital & Physicians

Hospital-Acquired Infection Diagnostics Market Size, Industry Report, 2023

Request Free Sample Hospital-Acquired Infection Diagnostics Market Overview The global hospital-acquired infection (HAI) diagnostics market size is estimated to be valued at $ 2,657.6 million in 2016, and it is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 7.6% during 2017–2023. In terms of both size and growth, the category of reagents and consumables is estimated

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Hospital Bed Market Size, Share, Trends

Request Free Sample Hospital Bed Market Overview The global hospital bed market generated $3.4 billion revenue in 2017 and is projected to witness a CAGR of 5.4% during 2018–2023. Increasing prevalence of chronic diseases, growing healthcare expenditure, surging aging population, and technological advancements in hospital beds are the key factors driving the market growth.  

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HIV Diagnosis Market Size, Share and Forecast to 2023

Request Free Sample Market Overview HIV diagnosis refers to the test performed to detect the presence of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in humans. HIV attacks the immune system targeting CD4 cells, also known as T cells. T-cells helps the immune system to fight against infections. HIV weakens the immune system of an infected individual by

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Two-Factor Authentication Gains Steam for Prescriptions, Patients and Clinicians

Biometric authentication helps to secure systems and improve workflow. The password isnt yet dead, but as healthcare breaches continue to grow and cybersecurity continues to weigh in as a major concern for providers everywhere, new forms of authentication are beginning to rise up, including two-factor authentication methods that often make use of biometrics.In fact, according

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Patients discharged sooner in hospitals with highest use of electronic health records

Electronic health records (EHRs) produce savings for hospitals by reducing the average length of patient staysbut only in facilities meeting the highest federal standards for implementing the technology, according to new research from Case Western Reserve University.The findings are significant for a health-care industry with growing levels of spendingnow roughly 18 percent of the nations

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Winter is coming: RMCHCS and Gallup officials look to prevent deaths

The Independent October 27, 2018 By Bill Donovan Independent correspondent GALLUP — As the temperatures starts to get colder, local health and law enforcement officials are once again searching for solutions to reduce the number of street people who die each year because of exposure to the cold. The previous winter was mild in comparison

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Road To Recovery Bring Out Inner Artists In Locals

The Independent August 27, 2018 Bill Donovan, Correspondent GALLUP — _he r_ad t_ re___ery fr_m al__h_lism may be thr_u_h a p_t_ _hat_s _hat _f__ials at the beha_i_ral health _enter f_r the _eh_b_th ___inley _hristian __spital ha_e been __r_in_ _n f_r m_re than a year — rest_rin_ self esteem am_n_ the many _h_ __me t_ the

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New software allows improved care for RMCH Medicare patients

Independent By Bill Donovan Correspondent 8/27/2018 Medicare patients going for their annual wellness checkups at the Rehoboth McKinley Christian Hospital are now seeing doctors take a whole new approach to their treatment, thanks to a partnership the hospital has made with a Silicon Valley software firm. “Instead of doing just the standard four tests, we

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How can the simple text cut costs?

High-volume hospitals often encounter problems in booking and managing patient appointments. Take North Florida Women’s Care in Tallahassee, for example. With a growing list of patients and approximately 50,000 encounters a year, the practice struggled with keeping up with appointment management and responding to patients in a timely manner i.e., usually patients had to wait

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