Axxess: A Better Way to Manage Home Healthcare

Axxess: A Better Way to Manage Home Healthcare

Just a click away, there is a way A better way to provide home healthcare An easier way to collaborate and communicate with clinicians A more efficient way to equip them with all the tools they need to deliver exceptional care everywhere An innovative way to verify visits electronically and ensure compliance A way to […]

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Trump praises Australian universal health care

Trump praises Australian universal health care

MINISTER IN NEW YORK TONIGHT. SOMETHING HE SAID ABOUT THE AMERICAN HEALTH CARE SYSTEM IS RAI RAISING EYEBROWS. >>PREMIUMS ARE GOING TO COME DOWN SUBSTANTIALLY. DEDUCTIBLES ARE GOING TO COME DOWN. IT’S GOING TO BE FANTASTIC HEALTH CARE. RIGHT NOW OBAMACARE IS FAILING. WE HAVE A FAILING HEALTH CARE. I SHOULDN’T SAY THIS TO OUR […]

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Which Countries Have The Best Healthcare? | NowThis World

Which Countries Have The Best Healthcare? | NowThis World

In June 2017, the United States Senate rejected a third attempt under President Donald Trump to repeal the Affordable Care Act. This failure was the latest development in the US’s slow move towards socialized healthcare. But in fact, the United States has long had one of the worst balances between what healthcare costs each citizen, […]

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How Technology Is Helping (and Hurting) Health Care

How Technology Is Helping (and Hurting) Health Care

Great, so I’m here with Dr. Tejal Gandhi. We just finished a great WIHI, The Digital Transformation: How Technology is Helping and Hurting Healthcare with you and both Bob Wachter as our experts. So thank you for taking the time. One question that we didn’t get to, we touched on the theme a little bit. […]

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Norway’s Health Care System (ARCHIVE)

Norway’s Health Care System (ARCHIVE)

MEETING WAS SO LARGE THAT SOME HAD TO BE TURNED AWAY. THEY WERE ABLE TO WATCH THE MEETING, THOUGH, FOR AN OVERFLOW ROOM.>>>WELL, TONIGHT WE CONTINUE WITH OUR SERIES OF REPORTS ON THE QUALITY OF HEALTH CARE IN OTHER COUNTRIES AND HOW THEY COMPARE TO HEALTH CARE IN THIS COUNTRY. TONIGHT, NORWAY. NORWAY RANKED EIGHTH […]

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Dr. Papadopol, Family Medicine | Genesis HealthCare System

Dr. Papadopol, Family Medicine | Genesis HealthCare System

Why do I think I’m uh? I’m possibly a better health care provider than others. It’s mainly because I listen to the patient’s values I want to adapt my care to the patient’s values not only the medical needs there is a big difference between two patients when you can hear their expectations And I […]

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West Park Chronic Assisted Ventilatory Care (CAVC) service

West Park Chronic Assisted Ventilatory Care (CAVC) service

CAVC stands for the Chronic Assisted Ventilatory Care unit. It’s an inpatient complex continuing care unit and we have thirty beds. The eligibility criteria for this unit are ventilated, either all or part of the day. And we have a range of patients anywhere from those who are unable to communicate and move on their […]

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Improving patients’ healthcare access with Microsoft Dynamics 365

Improving patients’ healthcare access with Microsoft Dynamics 365

– Good health care It’s one of the cohesive factors for the whole society. Every citizen knows that if I get really sick I have possibility to access the best possible care. We have to do things in such a way that one provider can help many more people In that sense these kind of […]

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What is an Internist?

What is an Internist?

So an internist is a primary care doctor for adults. We take care of all aspects of patients, all organ systems, all parts of their body and well-being. Everything from the routine cold to your heart disease, or your diabetes, or low back pain, and that is exactly why I chose to become an internist […]

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Eric Dishman: Take health care off the mainframe

Eric Dishman: Take health care off the mainframe

If you think about the phone — and Intel has tested a lot of the things I’m going to show you, over the last 10 years, in about 600 elderly households — 300 in Ireland, and 300 in Portland — trying to understand: How do we measure and monitor behavior in a medically meaningful way? […]

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