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Digital Data Copiers, Security Digital Card
Digital Versatile Disk Players
Digitizers, Document
Digitizers, Film
Digitizers, Video
Docking/Charging Stations, Handheld Computer
Document Scanners, Bar-Code, Handheld Computer
Document Scanners, Filmstrip/Photo Slide
Dry-Processing Imagers
Electric Signal Amplifiers, Audio
Electric Signal Amplifiers, Audio, Speech
Electric Signal Amplifiers, Audio/Video
Electric Signal Amplifiers, Video
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Continuous
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Continuous, Tape
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Event
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Event, Tape
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Tape
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Ventricular Function
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Ventricular Function, Tape
Electrocardiographs, Multichannel, Interpretive
Electroencephalographs, Ambulatory
Electroencephalographs, Ambulatory, Tape
Electroencephalographs, Computerized
Hospital Communication Systems
Hospital Communication Systems, Nurse Call
Hospital Communication Systems, Paging
Hospital Communication Systems, Paging, Staff
Hospital Communication Systems, Paging/Telephonic, Wireless

Five Ways to Improve Coordination with Secure Messaging
Implementing a secure messaging solution to enable HIPAA compliant texting is obvious. You know that any solution implemented to accomplish these tasks needs to have the right blend of security and usability. Review five secure text messaging strategies to achieve greater efficiency, remain HIPAA compliant and improve patient care.
Can voice recognition truly enhance EHR usability?
Voice recognition technology is replacing conventional dictation across a variety of healthcare information systems, EHRs included. The click-heavy nature of most EHRs is a primary reason for dissatisfaction with the user experience. How effective is voice recognition, and can it eliminate transcription? Learn the answers to these questions and more in this insightful white paper from ChartLogic.
Charge Capture Using Mobile Devices
Physicians are losing revenue every day by failing to capture the charges for all of the care that is provided whether in the office or hospital setting. Fortunately mobile healthcare technology is rapidly changing and introducing numerous new ways to increase efficiency and produce greater revenue. This new case study from The Journal of Medical Practice Management examines how Dr. John Malonis was able to incorporate a mobile charge capture solution into his practice.
RTLS for the Win: Keys to Success for Capacity Planning
Several recent studies have confirmed what hospital administrators and IT managers already know: almost three fourths of American hospitals experience capacity challenges (excessive wait times, diversions, ED patients leaving without treatment, transfer declines) - even when they aren't actually full.
Three Reasons Why IT Efficiency is Key
The healthcare industry is facing an uncertain future. Governments, employers, and patients are putting pressure on healthcare providers to reduce prices even as costs continue to increase.
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