Primary Care and Rehab

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Hospital quality improves over time with EHRs

Close analysis shows technology yields benefits, but not all at once. UCSF study shows EHRs eventually improve hospital care. Susan Merrell By Pete Farley, University of California San Francisco July 10, 2018 An examination of how the … READ MORE

New telemedicine exercise therapy

Rehabilitation in your own living room: Hip- and knee-joint patients could soon benefit from new telemedical exercise therapy. Its effectiveness has been proven. The product should be available on the market in 2019. Fraunhofer FOKUS … READ MORE

Getting health data sharing off the ground

To make progress in personalised medicine, researchers and doctors need access to health data. However, as a study by ETH researchers shows, comprehensive guidelines for the exchange of such data are lacking, being one of the primary … READ MORE

Phantom: the first ultrasound for the Mac

Upgrade your tool belt. Phantom transforms your Mac into a point-of-care ultrasound kit. It accurately captures high-quality imagery of abdominal and pelvic windows with a reliable, multi-application probe, and generates complex … READ MORE

6-legged “horse” rides to the rescue

Hippotherapy device could help patients recover movement, balance. Rice University students are working toward a long-standing goal of making the benefits of hippotherapy – equine-assisted therapy – available to those without … READ MORE
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