Browsing articles tagged with " Health IT adoption"
Sep
29
2011

Patient Monitoring Equipments Helping to Measure Patient’s Vital Signs

The physiological statistics are important to judge health of a person, i.e. their body temperature, blood pressure, heart/breathing rate etc.! Patient monitoring equipment help to measure these vital signs, to let the doctor/care provider know overall health condition of the patient. Patient monitoring systems are used in both outpatient/inpatient environment; other than usual bed-side patient monitoring devices, various other type of monitoring systems are available that patients can wear easily, around, to get monitored by, [...]

Sep
27
2011

eHealth Information Exchange

GE Healthcare is launching its proven, standards-based eHealth platform, eHealth Information Exchange, at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) AsiaPAC 11 Conference and Health IT Leadership Summit. GE Healthcare’s eHealth Information Exchange is scalable and can connect disparate healthcare IT systems from diverse organisations. It features an intuitive user experience that helps accelerate provider adoption and can be launched from within their existing electronic medical record application, or via a web-based portal application. [...]

Sep
20
2011

Dell will use the latest cloud technology platform to host NextGen applications

NextGen Healthcare Information Systems Inc., a provider of healthcare information systems and connectivity, is partnering with Dell to cloud-based solutions to a wide range of healthcare providers and medical practices, community hospitals and physicians. Dell will market, sell and support a range of NextGen solutions via its’ electronic health records (EHR) SaaS portal.  Dell already provides EHR applications to more than 35,000 physicians, according to Jamie Coffin, vice president and general manager of Dell Healthcare [...]

May
18
2011

Use of EHRs among California Primary Care Physicians

Fifty-five percent of California’s primary care physicians use an electronic health record (EHR) in their practice, a report from the California Healthcare Foundation has revealed. The report relied on information from 65,388 physician practices to gauge the adoption and use of health information technology (HIT) at California’s health delivery organizations. Across all physician practices, 48% have implemented an EHR, but a closer examination of the numbers show that the technology is used far more among [...]