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'Imagining 2016' Program Tailors High Tech Healthcare to the Community
12 Top Apps to Make Your Life Easier
Aurora Health Care Targets Home Care for Cardiac Patients
Automated Medication Dispensing Encourages ‘Five Rights’
Banner Estrella is Paperless for Patient Records
Can a Star Trek-inspired Device Revolutionize Personal Health Diagnoses?
Can Technology Keep Nurses Safe from Workplace Violence?
CCVNA Telehomecare Beneficial to Patients
CDC National Healthcare Safety Network
Computerized Doesn’t Mean Foolproof: CPOE Systems Fail to Detect Medication Errors, Too
Crib Notes Brings NICU Data Together
Digital Messaging Improving Hospital Communication and Care Reviews
Diligence Needed to Avoid the Top 10 Health Technology Hazards for 2011
Electronic Medical Record Implementation Creates Opportunities for Nurses
Electronic Patient Records Keep Patient Care Teams on the Same Page
Electronic Surveillance Provides Hospital Infection Control
EMCAPS Tool Aids in Disaster Response
Health Care beyond the Emergency Room
Health eTools for Schools Helps Improve Children’s Health
Health IT in the Age of Reform
High-Tech Higher Education: Nursing Schools' Technology Tools
High-Tech Tools for Today’s – and Tomorrow’s – Nurses
High-tech Tools Keep Safety in Check
HIMSS Annual Conference Highlights the Future of Health IT
HIMSS Conference Highlights Informatics
HIMSS Conference Showcases the Latest in Health Care Technology
Home Electronic Monitoring Preserves Continuity of Care
How Smart Are Today’s Smart Infusion Pumps?
IBM’s Watson to Match Mayo Clinic Patients with Clinical Trials
Improving Patient Safety Through Communication
Improving Patient Safety Through Health IT
Innovative Nurses Take Charge in Today’s Technological Workplace
Integrated Patient Tracking Initiative Aims to Assist in Emergency Situations
Intelligence Meets Obstetrics through Electronic Patient Records
IVs, Crash Carts & More: A Salute to Nurse Inventors and Innovators
Lessons Learned: Information Technology Meets Nursing Education
Manufacturers Keeping Nurses Safe on the Job
Mobile Clinical Assistant Connects Clinicians and Patients
Mobile Health Care Moves Beyond the Cell Phone
Mobile Technology Aids in Evidence-based Practice at Point of Care
Monitoring Vital Signs via Television Screen
NASA and CDC team up to predict infectious diseases
New AT&T ForHealth Practice Accelerates Pursuit of Healthcare I.T. Market
New Mobile Health Care Apps Helping Nurses and Patients
New Technology Improving Hand Hygiene Compliance
New Technology Solutions Helping Aging Nurses Stay at the Bedside
New Time-Saving Devices and Apps for Nurses
Nurse Educators Reflect on Five-year, $1.5 Million Project to Improve HIT
Nurse Inventors Turn Experience into Innovation
Nurses Benefit from Bedside PDAs
Nurses Find Favorite Apps to Help with Patient Care
Nurses Learning to Embrace Their Role in Health Technology
Nursing Informatics Certification: A High-Tech Career Boost
Nursing Plans of Care
Nursing Technology, Specialty by Specialty
On-screen Disease Diagnoses
Patients and Health Care Providers Breathe Easier with Capnography
Personal Financial Tools, at Your Fingertips
Project Genesis Unites Hospital System
Public Health’s Take on Technology
Report Calls on Technology, Care Teams to Transform Health Care
Robotic Translator Speaks to Nighttime Patients
Robots and Remote Monitoring Programs Earn National Recognition
Robots in the Lab
Schools Meet Nurses’ Needs for Information Technology
Self-administered Flu Vaccines: The Potential of Microneedle Patches
Smart Pumps Get Smarter
Statewide, Real-time Resource Management Aids During Emergencies
Tech Tools Put Privacy in Place
Technology Aids in Care of Alzheimer’s Patients and Families
Technology Reducing the Risk of Retained Surgical Instruments
Technology Tools That Make a Difference in the OR
Telehealth and the Home Care Nurse
Telemedicine: Virtual Patient Care and Collaboration
The 2005 Annual HIMSS Conference and Exhibition
The 20-minute ED Promise
The Dangers of Adult Technology Used for Pediatric Patients
The Latest Patient Apps in Mobile Medical Care
The Rise in Telemedicine
The Top Technology Concerns of Hospital Executives
Tracking Disease in the Emergency Department
Trending: Telemedicine in the ICU
Virtual Patients, Real-Life Scenarios
What the Fashionable, Tech-Savvy Patient Will Be Wearing This Year
Will Wearable Technology Become Part of the Nurse's Uniform?
Wireless Technology Benefits Patients, Clinicians

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