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Stability of COVID-19 and Treatment of Vented Air

Stability of COVID-19 and Treatment of Vented Air

COVID-19, the novel coronavirus is stable for a period from several hours to days in aerosols and on surfaces, especially on plastic... Read more

COVID-19: WHO Calls to ‘Test, Test, Test’ amid Growing Restrictive Measures

WHO Calls to ‘Test, Test, Test’ amid Growing Restrictive Measures

As of morning 17 March, there are 182,388 confirmed cases of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, in the world, with 7,152 fatal and 79,432... Read more

International Hospital Federation Awards 2020: Call for Entries is Now Open

IHF Awards 2020: Call for Entries is Now Open

Today, 16 March 2020, submission of entries for the International Hospital Federation (IHF) Awards 2020 has opened. The awards will... Read more

COVID-19: How Can Hospitals Protect Workers and Patients?

COVID-19: How Can Hospitals Protect Workers and Patients?

The novel coronavirus COVID-19 continues its spread globally. Public authorities are implementing various measures to contain or delay... Read more

Informed Opinions on Genomic Data Use: Control vs. Money

Informed Opinions on Genomic Data Use: Control vs. Money

How much value is there in genomic data donated by the public to companies? How these data might be used? Should providers be compensated... Read more

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Lack of globally accepted standards in health data management hampers the advancement of Connected Health, which we hope, can give the world faster, cheaper, and more accessible preventive healthcare. With thousands and thousands of personal medical sensors available on the market, dozens of electronic health record systems used at hospitals,... Read more

Stroke is not a risk for older people exclusively. Across all types of stroke, we need to remember that a quarter of them occur in people under 65. 1  We know the combination of a decrease in deaths from stroke and an increase in actual stroke events means more people will survive and live with the impact of stroke. The burden of stroke is likely... Read more

In September of this year, our group of international patient advocates and scholar-activists had a congress at the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences. We had several good discussions about prevention, breast cancer prevention, and early diagnostics and prevention of HPV-related cancers. Mostly, we discussed cervical cancer but learned... Read more

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Clinical Decision Support for Prostate Cancer Care

2021 08 Oct

Executive Summary  Cancer care is becoming increasingly complex and personalized. More and more patient characteristics and disease specific data – clinical history, comorbidities, imaging, laboratory data, genomics/ proteomics, lifestyle factors, pathology results – have to be factored in when deciding on diagnostic measures and care pathways.... Read more

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Improving Medical Technology Management Through Value Partnerships

2021 03 Aug

Executive Summary  Value Partnerships™ are the enduring relationships that Siemens Healthineers forges with customers in order to optimize operations, expand capabilities, and advance innovation within healthcare enterprises. One of the areas where optimization can transform care delivery and improve patient experience is in the holistic management... Read more

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How to Create the Healing Environment of the Future

2021 03 Aug

The human-centered approach to healthcare facility planning and design. Executive Summary Transforming care delivery through facility design and planning Healthcare environments continue to evolve, with new pressures from patients, staff, and payers driving care providers to be more people-centered and value-driven. Meeting the challenges... Read more

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Prof. Dr. Josep Manel Picas

COVID-19 from the Perspective of Telemedicine

A retired physician offers insights into COVID-19 telemedicine following...

Dr. Isidro Prieto del Portillo

Cancer patients in the intensive care unit

Recent advances and new challenges. It has been thought for years...

Prof. Necmettin Ünal

Hot Topics in Intensive Care in Turkey

In Turkey intensive care was not a separate specialty for years, and was...

Dr. Joanna Poole

COVID-19 and the History of Pandemics

How are we dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic and the lessons we can...

Prof. Christoph Rischpler

Nuclear Cardiology: Molecular Insights into the Heart

Summary: Nuclear cardiology is a promising field located between research,...

Prof. Massimo Antonelli

Challenges in the Management of the Critically Ill Patient

Interview with Massimo Antonelli, Professor of Intensive Care and Anaesthe

hospital management, h-r management, quality management, healthcare managementHospital Management discussions to improve all outcomes, quality, patient safety, human resources in healthcare enterprises.

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