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1 AI and physicians work best together
(March 20, 2019)
 
2 Heart failure sensor cuts hospitalizations in half
(March 20, 2019)
 
Previous Briefs
1. Heart failure sensor cuts hospitalizations in half
(March 20, 2019)
 
2. AI and physicians work best together
(March 20, 2019)
 
3. Nurses report EHR usability issues
(March 19, 2019)
 
4. Wearable tech can help ID atrial fibrillation
(March 19, 2019)
 
5. Partners HealthCare integrates state Prescription Awareness Tool into EHR
(March 19, 2019)
 
6. Duke, self-care platform launch loneliness study
(March 15, 2019)
 
7. DrFirst implements interoperability gateway with Missouri Health Connection
(March 13, 2019)
 
8. Researchers develop first computational model of human kidney
(March 12, 2019)
 
9. 23andMe to offer new genetic Type 2 diabetes health predisposition report
(March 12, 2019)
 
10. Journal spotlights hospitals using patient-centered tech
(March 6, 2019)
 
 
Previous Articles
1. Free Online Health Record Launched for BlueCross Medicare Advantage Members
November 26, 2008
 
2. Wolters Kluwer Health Expands Tall Man Drug Name Lettering in Medi-Span Drug Information Databases
November 19, 2008
 
3. Elsevier to Unveil 'BrainNavigator' at 'Neuroscience 2008'
November 18, 2008
 
4. Mobile Marketing Enables Companies to Achieve Broad Range of Benefits
November 14, 2008
 
5. Waterfront Media Announces Everyday Health Network is Number One Online Health Destination
November 20, 2008
 
6. Cleveland Clinic Pilots Microsoft HealthVault
November 11, 2008
 
7. AT&T Unveils Public Beta for Innovative Online Video Search Application
November 12, 2008
 
8. eClinicalWorks Unveils eClinicalMessenger and eClinicalMobile
November 11, 2008
 
9. McKesson Health Solutions and IBM to Deliver Business Intelligence Solutions to Health Plans
November 10, 2008
 
10. Longitude Health Survey Reveals 100 Percent of Physicians Agree Collaborative Care Support(SM) Can Improve Their Quality of Care
November 10, 2008
 
 
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