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Data Interface Systems
Data Interface Systems, Information/Information System
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, Electronic Recording, Electroencephalography
Data Processors, Tape Recording, Electrocardiography
Data Processors, Tape Recording, Electroencephalography
Data Processors, Ultrasonic Scanning
Detectors, X-Ray, Digital Radiography
Detectors, X-Ray, Digital Radiography, Intraoral
Detectors, X-Ray, Digital Radiography, Mammography
Dictation Systems, Digital
Dictation Systems, Digital, Speech Recognition/Transcription
Digital Data Copiers, Compact/Digital Versatile Disk
Digital Data Copiers, Forensic
Digital Data Copiers, Hard Drive
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

Can voice recognition truly enhance EHR usability?
Voice recognition technology is replacing conventional dictation across a variety of healthcare information systems, EHRs included. The click-heavy nature of most EHRs is a primary reason for dissatisfaction with the user experience. How effective is voice recognition, and can it eliminate transcription? Learn the answers to these questions and more in this insightful white paper from ChartLogic.
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.
2015 State of The Connected Patient
While traditional communication channels remain popular among patients, the next generation of patients want innovations for how they connect with providers and share information.
How to Avoid Unnecessary Testing and Optimize Utilization
Measuring and tracking unnecessary or repetitive testing can be a daunting task for any healthcare organization. But in today's "volume to value" transition, reining in test utilization and costs is a priority. How to Avoid Unnecessary Testing & Optimize Utilization outlines three ways that labs and hospitals can gather critical data, better understand lab operations, and take action on utilization insight.
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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