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Hospital Communication Systems, Public Address
Hospital Communication Systems, Telephonic
Hospital Communication Systems, Telephonic, Wireless
Hospital Communication/Entertaining Systems
Identification/Tracking/Security Systems
Identification/Tracking/Security Systems, Asset
Identification/Tracking/Security Systems, Asset, Surgical Instrument
Identification/Tracking/Security Systems, Asset/Person
Identification/Tracking/Security Systems, Person
Identification/Tracking/Security Systems, Person, Infant
Identification/Tracking/Security Systems, Pharmaceutical
Image Digitization Systems
Image Digitization Systems, Angiography/Cardiovascular
Image Digitization Systems, Computed Radiography
Image Digitization Systems, Computed Radiography, Dental
Image Digitization Systems, Computed Radiography, Mammography
Image Digitization Systems, Microscopy, Confocal Scanning Laser
Image Digitization Systems, Ophthalmic
Image Digitization Systems, Photospot
Image Digitization Systems, Portal
Image Processors, Video, Endoscopy
Image Processors, Video, Operating Microscope
Information Systems
Information Systems, Data Management
Information Systems, Data Management, Ambulatory Care
Information Systems, Data Management, Anesthesia
Information Systems, Data Management, Bar-Code
Information Systems, Data Management, Bar-Code, Medication Administration
Information Systems, Data Management, Bar-Code, Specimen Collection
Information Systems, Data Management, Bedside

Standardizing Image Management
Abbreviated as DICOM, digital imaging and communications in medicine, is the process of handling, storing, printing and transmitting medical imaging. DICOM gives practices the ability to integrate images obtained from various devices into a picture archiving and communication system. This article describes how a DICOM compatible system can simplify many processes within a practice.
Monitoring Glaucoma and Retinal Disease
This article leverages the author's extensive experience with technologies in both fields, describing changes that occur in glaucoma and retinal disease and the newest ways of monitoring those changes, including structural analysis of retinal diseases and combining structural and functional analyses of glaucoma.
Add Glaucoma to Your Practice
Building successful glaucoma care in your practice can greatly increase revenue. With the ever-expanding population of senior citizens, who are at the highest risk for glaucoma, now is a better time than ever to begin fine- tuning your education, equipment, and knowledge of all things glaucoma. Read on to learn what specific steps to take to successfully implement glaucoma treatment and diagnosis in your practice.
Widefield OCT: Current and Future Applications
When retinal pathology goes beyond the macula, imaging can pose a challenge. The introduction of optical coherence tomography has transformed the diagnosis and management of vitreoretinal disorders.1 OCT has become the most important imaging technique used in the everyday practice of retina. The technology provides noninvasive,
Anatomy of a Healthcare Data Breach
The statistics on healthcare data breaches is growing increasingly troublesome. According to the Identity Theft Resource Center, healthcare data breaches accounted for 44 percent of all breaches in 2013-- the first time the healthcare sector topped this list. Perhaps the main reason for such a large proportion is because personal health information (PHI) is worth roughly 50 times more than credit card or Social Security numbers.
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