Interview

Q&A: How a Chromebooks Rollout Helped One Health System Focus on Patient Care

Simplicity and cost savings made this device deployment an immediate success for paramedics, says Middlesex Health Desktop Architect Michael Romatzick. Is it possible to launch a new device that cuts costs, simplifies workflow and requires no formal training from staff? At Connecticut-based Middlesex Health, the IT team already has. In an effort to replace the

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R X FOR KIDS–New equipment at hospital RMCH the place for eye, ear testing

By Bill Donovan Correspondent GALLUP/2/21/19 — Gallup parents will no longer have to travel to Albuquerque to get their young children tested for various hearing and vision problems, officials at the Rehoboth McKinley Christian Hospital said Wednesday. David Conejo, CEO of the hospital, said that the hospital has purchased new equipment that will allow doctors

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New residency program may be answer to staff turnover

BY BILL DONOVAN SPECIAL TO THE TIMES 2/7/2019 LOS ANGELES — A new residency program now being planned by officials of the Rehoboth McKinley Christian Hospital may help solve one of the biggest problems in the medical field in this area — the high turnover of doctors and nurses in both the private and public

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Q&A: Hazel Health CEO Josh Golomb on How Telehealth Can Make a Difference in Schools

Virtual care can connect the nurses office with the doctors office, boosting attendance and cutting costs across the healthcare ecosystem. Hazel Health, a San Francisco-based healthcare company, aims to expand care access to every child in the country, regardless of insurance, immigration status or family income. The company is pursuing this goal by bringing telehealth

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AI development trends in healthcare A conversation with Xiangfei Chai, CEO and founder, Huiyihuiying

In a span of about three years, Huiyihuiying (HY) has become a leading company in the development and implementation of AI in the medical sector in China. The enterprise, which focuses on AI for medical imaging, recently launched a new product at the Radiological Society of North America’s Annual Meeting (RSNA 2018), which can intelligently

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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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RMCHCS Raises Funds For Bus Crash Victims

Gallup Independent 9/11/2018 By Richard Reyes Staff Writer The death toll in the Greyhound bus crash has risen to nine as one of the twins born at a Gallup hospital died in Albuquerque Thursday, according to information from the family’s fundraising website. After a semitrailer crashed into a Greyhound bus on Interstate Highway 40 near

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