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Data Interface Systems
Data Interface Systems, Medical Device/Information System
Data Interface Units
Data Interface Units, Physiologic Monitor/Computer
Data Interface Units, Physiologic Monitor/Computer, Temporary Storage
Data Interface Units, Physiologic Monitor/Information System
Data Processors
Data Processors, Electronic Recording
Data Processors, Electronic Recording, Electrocardiography
Data Processors, Tape Recording, Electrocardiography
Data Processors, Ultrasonic Scanning
Defibrillator/Cardioverter/Pacemakers, Implantable
Defibrillator/Cardioverter/Pacemakers, Implantable, Resynchronization
Defibrillator/Cardioverters
Defibrillator/Cardioverters, Implantable
Defibrillator/Pacemakers, External
Defibrillator/Pacemakers, Implantable
Defibrillators
Defibrillators, External, Automated/Manual
Defibrillators, External, Manual
Defibrillators, External, Manual, Line-Powered-Only
Defibrillators, External, Semiautomated
Defibrillators, External, Telephonic
Defibrillators, Implantable
Defibrillators, Wearable, Automated
Detectors
Detectors, Fetal Heart, Phono
Detectors, Fetal Heart, Ultrasonic
Detectors, His Bundle
Digitizer/Recorders, Video

The Missing Piece in Your Healthcare Data Initiative
The highly regulated nature of healthcare data, combined with complex and interwoven workflows, makes data governance a "must-have" capability in healthcare organizations' data-centric initiatives. Yet many of those projects fail to account for data governance from the start, resulting in increased risk and inefficiency, as well as missed opportunities to get the most from their healthcare data. Here's why--and what you should do to change that.
Building Future-ready Healthcare IT Platforms: Get to the Cloud
Join us for an interactive discussion on why cloud computing is a growing force in healthcare, and how to make it part of an overall long-term strategy to transform your IT and clinical environments. Leadership from Intermountain Healthcare and West Park Hospital will explain how they are leveraging the cloud to remain on the cutting-edge of innovation, while relentlessly protecting information security.
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Revolutionizing Population Health
The healthcare system in the United States is severely encumbered by fragmented care and unsustainable costs largely caused by challenging national economy, chronic disease, and an aging population.This whitepaper explores how technology and data analytics are lynchpins and can improve the quality, coordination, and efficiency of care while reducing cost and waste at both the individual patient and population levels.
2015 State of The Connected Patient
While traditional communication channels remain popular among patients, a new report fielded by Harris Poll reveals that the next generation of patients want connectivity that will be tailored to their healthcare expectations, consumption and delivery of critical information.
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