Web based EMR / EHR - Medical Imaging Specialty-specific solutions to meet your practice’s specific needs Our web-based EHR/Online EHR and Practice Management Solution is designed to meet the needs of a wide range of small and medium-sized practices with specialty-specific templates that further ensure maximum efficiency for your practice. Waiting Room Solutions offers a variety of powerful functionality, specifically built for specialties. The system includes specialty templates and ICD/CPT codes for every discipline. Charge capture, billing and reporting is directly integrated within the EHR workflow. BenefitsWaiting Room Solutions was designed with the experience of physicians who truly understand the pressures and challenges of building a successful, compliant healthcare practice while controlling costs and ensuring profitability, our Waiting Room Solutions web-based Electonic Health Record/Online Electronic Health Record and Practice Management solution is ideally designed to help you:
Avado Launches ‘Patient Relationship Management’ Platform To Help Healthcare Providers Go Digital Back in May, Avado was chosen as a finalist at TechCrunch Disrupt in NYC. The startup’s ambition was, said in reductive terms, to become the Salesforce.com of personal health records. (You can read our initial coverage here.) In other words, like Salesforce’s “customer relationship management” (CRM), Avado is building a “patient relationship management” (PRM) platform in an attempt to create a more fluid and communicative relationship between patients and doctors — by way of connected health records.
How Online Doctor Visits Work Never wait again to get an appointment with your doctor! Your Medlanes doctor is avaiable to provide you with medical advice 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Healthcare is extremely expensive. Whether you have insurance or not, healthcare costs are exorbitant! Not only is paying for the doctor expensive, but you are having to take valuable time out of your busy day just to wait in the waiting room at the doctor's office. 7 health data privacy and security trends to track in 2012 Happy Leap Year! We’re jumping into a challenging 12 months — lawsuits are up, budgets are down, and advances in technology have made protecting medical data a whole lot harder. Our list of top trends in 2012 reveals difficulties ahead; read and proceed with caution. 1. More data breaches, bigger impact. The new benchmark study by the Ponemon Institute finds that the frequency of data breaches in healthcare organizations surveyed has increased by 32 percent since 2010, with hospitals and healthcare providers averaging four data breaches a year.
MyHealthTeams – MyBCTeam MyBCTeam gives you the easiest way to find the best team of providers and peers of women who are facing breast cancer. Share with other women like you, and learn from their experience. In addition to the searchable local business database, we’ve built a social network to make it easier for women to connect with each other and exchange insights about providers. More often than not, when you’re first diagnosed, you feel alone and excluded from information that can help you now. Our philosophy is to make it easy get to answers you need, as well as the emotional support to get through treatment.
Professor Malcolm Levitt Our group develops new experimental techniques in nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, and applies those techniques to systems of interest in biology and materials science. For example, we have developed new NMR techniques for determining the atomic-scale structure in non-crystalline solids, and have applied those methods to the membrane protein rhodopsin and to the class of inorganic network solids called zeolites. We are currently working on extending solid-state NMR to the study of samples at very low temperatures, which will allow us to achieve higher signal strength and allow the study of cryogenic physical phenomena such as quantum rotation by NMR. We have also demonstrated the existence of nuclear spin states with unusually long lifetimes in room-temperature liquids, and are currently exploring the possibilities of exploiting such long-lived nuclear spin states for NMR imaging. Research keywords Nuclear magnetic resonance.
Military Moms Breastfeeding in Uniform Stir Controversy Photo: Brynja SigurdardottirAt a time when breastfeeding in public is already controversial, pictures of two military moms doing so while wearing their uniforms is sparking outrage. The photo is part of a local breastfeeding awareness campaign by Mom2Mom of Fairchild Air Force Base, a support group launched in January by Crystal Scott, a military spouse and mother of three. Among the intimate close-ups of smiling young mothers cuddling their adorable babies, the images of the two airmen stand out.
JiffPad - Health 2.0 TV Health 2.0 Show – February 2012 Health 2.0 and our friends at HCPLive bring you an exciting and packed show to kick off the new year. This episode focuses on innovative tools for physicians including products that transform and aid in everything from scheduling to follow-up. We are joined by four special guests who discuss and demo their products: Phil Carter, CEO, JiffPadDaniel Kivatinos & Michael Nusimow, Co-founders, Dr. ChronoBen Chodor, CEO, HapptiqueSteve Schelhammer, CEO, Phytel MR Protocols - CNI Wiki This page contains an overview of several types of MRI modalities (structural, functional, and diffusion). The basic measurement protocols are described and there are links to development plans and more detailed processing strategies. There are several typical protocols users run. These protocols involve a combination of scans. We document the most widely used protocols in this list.
New Portable Personal Health Record (PHR) Makes a Life Saving Last Minute Holiday Gift 911 Medical ID - The Portable Personal Health Record (PHR) PRLog (Press Release) - Dec. 8, 2009 - (Louisville, Kentucky) – Holiday shoppers looking for that perfect last minute holiday gift have a new option this year that could literally save the recipient's life. The new 911 Medical ID™ card provides the security of personal medical information that can be carried as easily as a credit card, and is a great present for travelers, seniors, caregivers, parents, students, the chronically ill, and many others. If you’re severely injured in an accident, suffering from a severe allergic reaction, or impaired due to a medical emergency such as a stroke, heart attack or seizure, you can't possibly speak for yourself.
JiffPad Creates Personalized Medical Diagrams Via iPad Attempting to “reinvent healthcare communication,” Jiffpad is an app that lets doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other medical professionals communicate with patients via the iPad. Allowing users to select from already provided medical diagrams or upload pictures of their own, the app creates a “JiffTalk,” digitizing the communication between a doctor and a patient and creating a digital record of medical instruction that patients can then email home or share with their families. Consisting of mix-and-match visual components in categories like cataracts or angioplasty, the JiffPad is applicable across most medical practices. Because it is visual by nature, the app isn’t limited to one specific language. Carter says that the advantage of JiffPad over other tools for medical diagramming is that it is patient specific and infinitely portable, allowing doctors to create playlists of diagrams that they often use, for example. JiffPad has $1 million in funding from Aberdare Ventures.
Nightingale Laboratory Prostate cancer is the most common cancer and the second leading cause of cancer death in American men. Early diagnosis is essential for better treatment and increasing survival rate. Although the current screening techniques, antigen (PSA) blood testing and digital rectal examination (DRE) are considered sensitive enough for cancer screening, follow-up biopsies have significant shortcomings. Without a good imaging technique to target the needle biopsy in the prostate gland, only about 25% of tests are positive for cancer in more than 1 million prostate biopsies performed each year; the false negative rates range from 25-45% based on the first time biopsy.
Google Health's Demise Shows Limitations of PHR Market - Features Since the early 2000s, personal health records have been touted as a way to improve care coordination and empower patients. Despite the buzz around PHRs, adoption rates have remained relatively low. A 2010 survey from the California HealthCare Foundation found that only 7% of U.S. residents are using a PHR. CHCF publishes iHealthBeat.