Ultrasound in the 21st Century: Why Carestream Health’s Touch Ultrasounds Make Sense

May 1, 2015

Low in cost and high in diagnostic value with applications that cover nearly every tissue in the human body, medical ultrasound has become one of the most popular imaging exams worldwide – and not just among healthcare professionals. Its lack of ionizing radiation amid gathering public concern about the cancer-causing potential of X-rays, particularly those in CT, makes ultrasound appealing to patients.
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Amplifying Intelligence to Put Patients over Paperwork

whitePaper | October 10, 2018

To improve the experiences of physicians and patients alike, healthcare organizations need to look to emerging technologies to help document key information and provide the highest quality care. Those technologies include AI-based solutions and virtual agents with deep integration into the EHR. They have the power to transform the way physicians are currently delivering services and care.

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UhX

whitePaper | December 12, 2018

UhX is a global decentralized health delivery and payment platform that will increase the quality of healthcare while reducing the cost. Our Cognitive Crypto Collaborative Care Platform (C 4P) brings People, Providers and Payers together. We reward for behavior modification, incentivizing wellness through our intelligent personal assistants (IPA) that curate the latest medical breakthroughs to providers and patients. UhX first platform services will deliver community cost sharing and manage global immunizations.

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Making Patient-Centric Care Easier than Ever

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Today’s patients expect faster, more personalized health care than ever before. And the need for a more cost-efficient, comprehensive, patient-centric solution has never been greater. It’s time to unify and create your own patient success platform.

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Standardizing Credentialing Requirements For Healthcare Industry Representatives

whitePaper | June 1, 2012

The document that follows recommends National Healthcare Industry Representative (HCIR) Standards to ensure a healthy and safe environment for patients, employees and guests while in healthcare facilities. Contained within the Standards are primary categories of HCIRs and business partners including articulation of the credentialing requirements for each. To clarify, there are additional business partners, e.g. contract labor, agencies providing post-acute care, etc. that do not fall within the Joint Commission definition of an HCIR and whose access may not be actively managed within the HCOs oversight processes. The following recommendations reflect the April 2012 Joint Commission publication providing clarification on the definition of an HCIR.

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THE DENTIST’S GUIDE TO PATIENT FINANCING

whitePaper | November 26, 2018

Case acceptance, especially for those patients facing complex procedures such as implant dentistry, is a major factor for many dental health professionals. However, the failure of patients to carry through with a recommended course of treatment is not an insurmountable problem. If your case acceptance rates are below 85%, you need to offer more financing options.

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The Benefits of Mobile X-rays in Thoracic and Cardiac Care

whitePaper | January 1, 2015

This article will discuss the indications and common problems for performing mobile chest radiography, the benefits of using CARESTREAM DRX-Revolution digital mobile machines, and the importance of using a structured technique to achieve an optimum mobile chest image. It will also explore the hybrid examination currently utilised at LHCH in performing PA mobile chest radiographs on thoracic patients in the ward environment.

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