New 2 Script. Tuesday, January 21, 2014.. ... 2004). Physicians, information technology, and health care systems: a journey, not a destination.
A screenshot of the Twitter feed from Ted Eytan, MD, who said, “It's better for physicians to get comfortable with this technology. ... What's the effect of making this OR chat public? Although he was involved in one of the twittered procedures,
However, a new technology trend, virtual visits, allows patients to pay for an instant Internet consult with a physician they have never met in person, or often at all. ... New antibiotics may help, too, the experts said. Check out our coverage to learn
Any further revisions to ICD-9 will only be for a new disease and/or a procedure representing new technology. ... 1, 2011. Between Oct. 1, 2011, and Oct. 1, 2015, any revisions to ICD-10 will be for new diseases/new technology procedures, and any minor
Sway Medical has come up with an app called "Sway Balance," that uses nothing more than existing technology in current smartphones to test an individual's balance. ... The app is free but will require a $200 subscription. When I see a product that can
A telemedicine encounter can establish a patient-physician relationship through real-time audio/visual technology. ... Physicians should not compromise their ethical obligation to deliver clinically appropriate care for the sake of new technology adoption
Even though CLER is new, he made it sound like the site visitors were going back in time and nothing had changed. ... In fact, case reports have been resurrected to highlight avoidable care in a new JAMA Internal Medicine series called “Teachable
Since, medical technology has in many cases taken over the physical examination, doctors' hands-on skills have decayed. ... would. Get my point? Are patients better served with more accurate technology to make and exclude diagnoses?
The programs have achieved their results by combining new technology with existing principles of patient self-management. ... Erickson's experience with remote monitoring points to some of the limitations of the technology.
I first read of the new book in a recent, tech-minded interview in Wired. ... Doctors, for some reason, have been slow to adapt digital technology to health care, but this is changing, fast.