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Cuba Computerizing Its Health System

Havana: Cuba has undertaken computerizing and creating national networks in Blood Banks, Nephrology// and Medical Images. Cuba is the second country in the world with such a product, only preceded by France. Cuba is preparing a Computerized Health Register, Hospital Management System, P...

Wrong dose of heart meds too frequent in children

...rred in patients between the ages of 1 year and 6 years. The investigators say certain medication errors in children can be reduced or prevented by computerizing drug orders with built-in double- and triple-checking mechanisms that reduce the likelihood for miscalculation or misinterpretation, something Hopkins...

iVolution Medical Systems to Assist Healthcare Providers With Compliance of President Obama's Stimulus Plan

...s initiative mandates the use of electronic medical records by the year 2014 and offers bonuses to providers in compliance and penalties for those not computerizing their medical records. The stimulus plan sets aside $19 billion for health information technology. Physicians would get bonuses of between $44,000 a...

MedeFile Applauds U.S. Presidential Hopefuls for Advocating Widespread Adoption of Electronic Medical Records

...mental flaw in these candidates' plans to achieve system-wide adoption of the technology. The current Bush Administration also recognized the value in computerizing medical records, mandating that a standards-based electronic medical record system be in place nationwide by 2011. However, medical practitioners, hos...

New IT Systems For NHS - £20bn In Ris

... on detailing the scheme's benefits and implications - said Lord Warner. NAO says Tony Blair has approved the investment of about £6.2bn for the computerizing plan 3 years ago, and it needs consultations of professional and patients to finalize it. The scheme involves the maintenance of systems for the...
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