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5 Technological Innovations Revolutionizing Modern Healthcare

5 Technological Innovations Revolutionizing Modern Healthcare

5 Technological Innovations Revolutionizing Modern Healthcare   The vast improvement in healthcare that patients have experienced within the past 50 years can be attributed to the development of new technologies. From performing procedures without cutting a patient open to significantly reducing recovery times, these technical marvels have done amazing things. They have even allowed doctors, surgeons and dentists to treat untreatable problems. As technology continues to propel healthcare forward here are five unique applications developing technologies have in the field of healthcare. Robot-Assisted Surgeries Robot-assisted surgery aims to make the hands of surgeons steadier, reduce surgery times, and improve the

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Nurses speak out about gender pay gap | Nurse.com News

Nurses speak out about gender pay gap | Nurse.com News

Nurse researchers report in the March 24/31 Journal of the American Medical Association that there has been no narrowing of the gender pay gap across settings, specialties and job titles for about a quarter century. Sourced through Scoop.it from: news.nurse.com An interesting article on pay gap between male and female nurses.  The article looks to explain why and how this issue can be fixed as well. if you are a nurse and are looking for a certification specialty that can help you earn more then please review the healthcare certification programs AIHCP offers. #healthcarecertifications

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Customer Support and Healthcare Professionals

Customer Support and Healthcare Professionals

Five Changing Trends in Healthcare Customer Support   Healthcare is continually changing for the better and the next time you visit the doctor, it’s possible you’ll see these trends first-hand. Healthcare is increasingly becoming dependent on electronic data that is kept in your personal medical file. As technology continues to improve, it will be possible to quickly access your medical history at any hospital or private practice you visit. This will reduce errors, costs, and improve your physician’s ability to help you. Solutions like the ADP AdvancedMD service are already helping to improve the way doctors and private practices interact with

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American Muslim RNs reflect on challenges, opportunities to promote healing

American Muslim RNs reflect on challenges, opportunities to promote healing

When some patients see Aisha Hasan-Rasool’s long sleeves under her lab coat and her headscarf, they want to know where she’s from. “I tell them Buffalo, New York,” said Hasan-Rasool, RN, WHNP-BC. Hasan-Rasool is a nurse practitioner at a small women’s health clinic in Duluth, Ga. Like nearly half of all Muslims born in the U.S., she converted to Islam. If people want to know more about her faith or customs, she readily answers questions, but often it goes no further than the initial inquiry. Sourced through Scoop.it from: news.nurse.com As a society as we try to move beyond fears

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How Health Information Technology Is Improving Healthcare

How Health Information Technology Is Improving Healthcare

How Health Information Technology Is Improving Healthcare Health Information Technology (HIT) is an array of technologies that store, share and analyze organized health information through the internet between healthcare providers, consumers, government agencies, and insurers. It can be the primary means of providing continuity of care for each patient, between the primary care physician and supplementary care from other doctors. If a patient were admitted to the hospital, all hospital caregivers and the primary care doctor would have easy access to the patient’s same medical records, lab results, vital signs and medical orders. This accurate report reduces medical errors through