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Digital Data Copiers, Security Digital Card
Digital Versatile Disk Players
Digitizers, Document
Digitizers, Film
Digitizers, Video
Docking/Charging Stations, Handheld Computer
Document Scanners, Bar-Code, Handheld Computer
Document Scanners, Filmstrip/Photo Slide
Dry-Processing Imagers
Electric Signal Amplifiers, Audio
Electric Signal Amplifiers, Audio, Speech
Electric Signal Amplifiers, Audio/Video
Electric Signal Amplifiers, Video
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Continuous
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Continuous, Tape
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Event
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Event, Tape
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Tape
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Ventricular Function
Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Ventricular Function, Tape
Electrocardiographs, Multichannel, Interpretive
Electroencephalographs, Ambulatory
Electroencephalographs, Ambulatory, Tape
Electroencephalographs, Computerized
Hospital Communication Systems
Hospital Communication Systems, Nurse Call
Hospital Communication Systems, Paging
Hospital Communication Systems, Paging, Staff
Hospital Communication Systems, Paging/Telephonic, Wireless

Health Care Best Practices: Instituting Quality Initiatives
The maintenance of excellence within the hospital setting is a constant struggle, but it can be successful if it is collaborative. This whitepaper examines how selecting the right people and training them constantly in best practices can assist the hospital in achieving and maintaining excellence.
The Reputation and Online Scheduling Connection
How does a practice know if a critical review is valid feedback from a real patient - or a mistake intended for a physician with a similar name, a cranky complaint from a business associate masquerading as a patient review, or even sabotage by a competing practice? Technology can help, through an unexpected connection: Online scheduling.
Secure Messaging In a Mobile Healthcare World
U.S. hospitals and physicians waste more than $12 billion annually through communication inefficiencies among care providers and clinicians. That number is only expected to increase with the adoption of the population health model of care and a growing number of physicians who are looking for new ways to stay connected and share messages, securely, across multiple locations.
Moving Beyond Text Messages
If you ask most hospital administrators and IT managers what keeps them up at night, they will mention concerns about security risks. Why? Because more than 42 percent of all data breaches are traced back to inadequate data access and security controls.
The Importance of Data Security for Small Healthcare Practices
Data security in the healthcare industry is vital. Healthcare practices must ensure the privacy and security of protected health information (PHI) and electronic protected health information (ePHI) as defined by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and they may face punitive consequences if they don't. Read this whitepaper to learn how to securely exchange sensitive data, while staying compliant.
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