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11/21/17 - Announcement of Project to Reinvent how Patient Feedback is Captured From Children and Young People
Great Ormond Street Hospital and RL Solutions, creators of innovative healthcare safety and quality software, announced today a partnership to develop dynamic solutions to capture patient feedback in children's hospitals. Great Ormond Street Hospital is an international centre of excellence in child healthcare. Funded by Great Ormond Street Hospita
11/21/17 - Automated Hospital Beds Market Major Segments, Type, Growth Rate, Analysis and Forecasts by 2023: Automated Hospital Beds Market is segmented into fetal monitor data services, workflow management, and patient documentation. On the basis of type of tr
Pune, India 11/21/2017 The World Automated Hospital Beds Market is growing at a steady pace and is expected to reach USD 2,553.4 million by 2023 from USD 1,590.1 million in 2016 at a CAGR of 5.97% during the assessment period 2017-2023.. Paramount Bed Holdings Co., Ltd.. Regional Analysis of the Global Automated Hospital Beds Market: The Euro
11/21/17 - Call to unite to safeguard the future of community hospitals
What an inspiring movement was witnessed in Ludlow on Thursday, November 9, in support of Ludlow Community Hospital and its excellent facilities and services. The outpouring of appreciation and commitment to the much-valued community service was both moving and pragmatic. We too are concerned for the future of our community hospital under the curre
11/21/17 - CareSpace clinic available to Green Hills residents
WEST LIBERTY- Green Hills Community hosted an open house on Nov. 15 for a grant-funded, two-year pilot project to bring telehealth care to its residents. A lot of times the technology is available to hospitals, but to have this kind of technology in the nursing home space is unique, said Stephanie DeWees, vice president and administrator of G
11/21/17 - Community-Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) Services to include Primary Care and Mental Health in Bloomington, Indiana
Location: Department of Veterans Affairs, Indianapolis VAMC, Richard L. Roudebush Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Classification Code: Q- Medical services. Subject: Community-Based Outpatient Clinic Services to include Primary Care and Mental Health in Bloomington, Indiana.
11/21/17 - Counting the costs: U.S. hospitals feeling the pain of physician burnout [Cyprus Mail]
Brian Halloran, a vascular surgeon at St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor, starts planning his garden long before spring arrives in southeast Michigan. Hospitals such as St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor have been investing in programs ranging from yoga classes to personal coaches designed to help doctors become more resilient.
11/21/17 - Data from University of Michigan Provide New Insights into Surgical Oncology (Association Between Patient Satisfaction and Short-Term Outcomes After...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Cancer Weekly Investigators discuss new findings in Surgery- Surgical Oncology. According to news reporting originating from Ann Arbor, Michigan, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "The aim of this study was to investigate whether patient satisfaction, as measured by the Hospital Consumer Assessment
11/21/17 - Data on Pulmonary Embolism Described by Researchers at Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center (Indications, complications and outcomes of elderly...
Data on Pulmonary Embolism Described by Researchers at Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center. The news reporters obtained a quote from the research from Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center, "A retrospective review was carried out of consecutive admitted patients who underwent inferior vena cava filter insertion at a large university...
11/21/17 - Easier access to cancer treatment: Stanford-Emanuel center expands in a big way [The Modesto Bee]
Nov. 20 A treatment center at Turlock's Emanuel Medical Center now has double the capacity for treating patients with cancer. The center on East Tuolumne Road is a joint venture of Emanuel and Stanford Health Care and began treating cancer patients from the Central Valley in 2007.. "The patients come from all over the Central Valley, but mostly
11/21/17 - Emirates Hospital 'committed to medical tourism' [TradeArabia]
Emirates Hospital, a leading healthcare facility owned by KBBO Group, has reaffirmed its commitment to providing medical services to tourists, particularly Chinese visitors. During official visit and meeting with Dr Jia Xiao Fang, president of China International Health& Medical Tourism Association, China's largest health tourism and medical touris
11/21/17 - Findings from North District Hospital Yields New Findings on Colectomy (Intravenous lignocaine infusion facilitates acute rehabilitation after...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Cancer Weekly Researchers detail new data in Surgery- Colectomy. According to news reporting out of Sheung Shui, People's Republic of China, by NewsRx editors, research stated, "Intravenous infusion of lignocaine has emerged in recent years as a feasible, cost-effective, and safe method to provide postopera
11/21/17 - Findings on Breast Cancer Detailed by Investigators at Scott & White Medical Center (Practical Considerations for the Use of Breast MRI for...
Findings on Breast Cancer Detailed by Investigators at Scott& White Medical Center. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Cancer Weekly Current study results on Oncology- Breast Cancer have been published. The news reporters obtained a quote from the research from Scott& White Medical Center, "As staging and treatment planning evolve to include
11/21/17 - Fundraising fun to help patients
Nurses at a merged ward at Telford's Princess Royal Hospital have launched a fundraising campaign to purchase those little extras for patients. Princess Royal Hospital staff, patients, visitors and members of the public are being invited to support a day of fun activities that is being held on December 6 on the ground floor corridor. Ward manager D
11/21/17 - HealthPartners expands Wisconsin footprint [Star Tribune (Minneapolis)]
Nov. 21 Bloomington- based HealthPartners is looking to expand its health insurance business in Wisconsin through a marketing partnership with large hospital systems in Appleton and Green Bay. Starting in early 2018, HealthPartners will sell coverage to employer groups in 17 northeast Wisconsin counties in conjunction with the Bellin Health and..
11/21/17 - Hospital makes progress in reducing expenses [The Daily Star-Journal, Warrensburg, Mo.]
Nov. 21 WARRENSBURG Expense control progress is being made, but patient service revenue remained under budget in October at Western Missouri Medical Center, Chief Financial Officer Dean Ohmart said. Three keys to financial improvement are reducing expenses, reducing deductions for bad debt and charity write-offs, and increasing patient revenue,
11/21/17 - Hospitals are rationing saline solution. Patients are starting to worry [The Sacramento Bee]
That's when she learned that, since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, key U.S. pharmaceutical plants on the island are experiencing manufacturing delays and distribution holdups that have caused unprecedented shortages of the widely used and critical fluid. Earlier this month, leaders of both the American Hospital Association and the Californ
11/21/17 - Hospitals introducing finger foods for dementia patients
The launch is the latest innovation from The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust, which runs the Princess Royal Hospital in Telford and the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital. Karen Breese, dementia clinical specialist at SaTH, has teamed up with the trust's catering department to create small packs of finger food, which will be available to patients
11/21/17 - KSRelief Responds to Urgent Taiz Humanitarian Appeal, with Dialysis Treatment Equipment's Supplies [Saudi Press Agency (Saudi Arabia)]
Riyadh, Rabi'I 3, 1439, Nov 21, 2017, SPA King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre recently responded to an urgent request from the head of Al-Thawra Hospital, in Taiz. Al-Thawra Hospital, in Taiz, is a key central health facility serving the governorates of Ibb, Taiz and Al Dhale. Samer Aljutaily stated that KSrelief provided all needed su
11/21/17 - Littleton Adventist Hospital Debuts Robotic-Arm Assisted Joint Replacements
LITTLETON, Colo., Nov. 20, 2017/ PRNewswire-USNewswire/ Littleton Adventist Hospital is the first hospital in Colorado to offer robotic-arm assisted total knee, partial knee and total hip replacements with the Mako System. Demand for joint replacements in the United States is expected to rise in the next decade, including a 673 percent rise in to
11/21/17 - Mastroianni family donates $3 M to Jupiter Medical Center [The Palm Beach Post, Fla.]
Nov. 21 Nick Mastroianni II, the developer of Harbourside Place, and the Mastroianni Foundation donated $3 million to the Jupiter Medical Center to establish a pediatric emergency department. READ: Jupiter Medical Center names new Chief Executive Officer. "I'm humbled to be a part of this new era at Jupiter Medical Center.
11/21/17 - Mastroianni family donates $3M to Jupiter Medical Center [The Palm Beach Post, Fla.]
Nov. 21 Nick Mastroianni II, the developer of Harbourside Place, and the Mastroianni Foundation donated $3 million to the Jupiter Medical Center to establish a pediatric emergency department. READ: Jupiter Medical Center names new Chief Executive Officer. "I'm humbled to be a part of this new era at Jupiter Medical Center.
11/21/17 - Mechanical heart valve often the safest choice, Stanford study says
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Life Science Weekly Mechanical heart valves may be safer in certain cases than valves made of animal tissue and should be used more in heart-valve replacements, especially in younger patients, according to a study by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine. "This has potential to signific
11/21/17 - Ministry officials fuelling doctors strike, says PS [Daily Monitor, The (Uganda)]
Kampala- The permanent secretary in the Ministry of Health has accused the ministry officials of fuelling the medical doctors strikes. The permanent secretary made the revelation during the unveiling of Gary Holmes Centre, an administrative wing of Ruth Gaylord Hospital in Maganjo, Wakiso District, on Sunday. Ambassador s appeal Meanwhile, th
11/21/17 - New Atrial Fibrillation Study Findings Have Been Reported by Researchers at China Medical University and Hospital [Comparison of CHA(2)DS(2)-VASc,...
New Atrial Fibrillation Study Findings Have Been Reported by Researchers at China Medical University and Hospital. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Cancer Weekly Investigators publish new report on Heart Disorders and Diseases- Atrial Fibrillation. Our news editors obtained a quote from the research from China Medical University and Hospit
11/21/17 - New Breast Cancer Study Findings Reported from Seoul Medical Center (Adjunctive Breast-Specific Gamma Imaging for Detecting Cancer in Women with...
New Breast Cancer Study Findings Reported from Seoul Medical Center. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Cancer Weekly Research findings on Oncology- Breast Cancer are discussed in a new report. The news reporters obtained a quote from the research from Seoul Medical Center, "The medical records of women without a personal history of breast c
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