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Ice Bags
Ice Bags, Collar
Identification/Tracking/Security Systems, Asset, Surgical Instrument
Image Processors, Video, Endoscopy
Image Processors, Video, Operating Microscope
Implant Delivery Units, Polymer Pin, Ultrasonic
Inclinometers
Inclinometers, Digital
Inclinometers, Mechanical
Information Systems
Information Systems, Data Management
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Admission/Discharge/Transfer
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Integrated
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Master Patient Index
Information Systems, Data Management, Perioperative
Information Systems, Data Management, Physician Practice
Information Systems, Data Management, Provider Order Entry
Instrument Trays
Insufflators, Arthroscopic
Insufflators, Endoscopic
Intravenous Hangers
Intravenous Hangers, Wall
Iontophoresis Units, Drug Delivery
Irons, Brace Bending
Irrigation/Distention Systems, Arthroscopic
Irrigators, Surgical Site

Six Steps to Safeguard Your Revenue Cycle From ICD-10
With the ICD-10 deadline quickly approaching, physicians should now be engaging in clinical documentation improvement, systems testing, coder and physician education to ensure compliance and that practice revenue is not affected.
Three-dimensional OCT for the Evaluation of Chorioretinal Diseases
OCT has quickly risen to the top as the preferred method for noninvasive, cross-sectional imaging of the retina and vitreoretinal interface in a large number of vitreoretinal diseases. Of the specific types of OCT used by ophthalmologists, three-dimensional retinal imaging has advantages over 2D cross-sectional OCT. This article highlights the advantages and potential of 3-D OCT as a valuable tool in disease evaluation.
Zeiss FORUM: a tool for managing clinical images
The Zeiss FORUM is image-management software that allows doctors to view several images from different machines all at the same time. This software drastically improves workflow, educates patients and is a hub for data. Read on for more details on FORUM.
When Patients Help Themselves, Practices Win
There is abundant evidence that American consumers prefer using self-service online tools rather than traditional channels for tasks like setting appointments and paying bills. Yet even though consumers expect to use smartphones and other digital tools to manage everything from their finances to their shopping, healthcare lags in offering selfservice technology.
BYOD Trends in Healthcare: an Industry Snapshot
A popular topic for hospitals right now is whether to allow employees to use their personal smartphones and tablets for staff communications and patient alerts. "Bring your own device" (BYOD) is a challenging issue because it encompasses so many questions related to an organization's costs, security risks, IT availability, and the varying needs of different groups of staff. There is no one-size-fits all answer, and the landscape is changing rapidly as mobile strategies in healthcare mature.