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Vitestro | May 31, 2022
Vitestro, a Dutch medical robotics company, unveiled the world's most advanced autonomous blood drawing device at the annual meeting of the Netherlands Society for Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine in Rotterdam. Vitestro's device combines AI-based, ultrasound-guided 3D reconstruction with robotic needle insertion, ensuring accurate and secure blood collection. The venipuncture technology is adaptable to patients of 16 years of age onwards, comorbidities, and puncture difficul...
Orb Health | July 05, 2021
Orb Health, a company that unlocks care capacity for health systems via enterprise patient access and virtual care management, has announced a collaboration with Redox, the industry-leading electronic health record (EHR) integration solution. Orb Health has enabled an EMR-connected, AI-based intelligence layer via this collaboration, which significantly enhances its inbound and proactive outbound service scalability and capabilities as they operate in the name of their provider clients.
DECK 7 | March 23, 2020
Since the implementation of Data Protection Act in 2018, the approach behind the use of data has changed dramatically. Our clients and customers don’t just want a great experience, they also want to make sure they can trust us. Tweet This! And it makes perfect sense in the present time and space. But as data is considered a key factor in positive customer experience, the U.S. brands and agencies have found it to be increasingly complicated to earn customer trust while rem...
mHealthIntelligence | February 03, 2020
Telehealth programs targeting rural areas of Virginia will benefit from the disbursement of more than $8 million in state grants to a dozen projects aimed at boosting broadband connectivity. Governor Ralph Northam announced the grants last month through the Virginia Telecommunication Initiative (VATI), a state-funded program overseen by the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development. The 12 programs will get $8.3 million to provide “last mile” broadband covered to under...
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