Inexpensive Innovation: Biosensing Platform Diagnoses Disease Remotely
A quick and cost-effective means of diagnosing diseases and monitoring treatment at the point-of-care has been developed by researchers using... Read more
Video and Vital Signs: New System Permits Touch-Free Monitoring
Engineering researchers associated with Rice University’s Scalable Health Initiative are devising a way to monitor patients’ vital signs without... Read more
‘LabDisk’ Technology Enables POC Infectious Disease Diagnosis
A new ‘lab-on-a-disc’ technology developed by an EU project research team can diagnose malaria and other febrile infectious diseases simultaneously... Read more
Hackers Could Have Uploaded False Patient Data Via Flawed Mobile App
Two flaws in a mobile medical app that might have permitted fake patient data to be uploaded have been fixed by German software company SAP.... Read more
Four Steps Within Your Stride: Surprising Insights from Implementing Value-Based Care Delivery
Mei Wa Kwong is Policy Advisor and Project Director at the Center for Connected Health Policy in the U.S.. As healthcare grapples with how telehealth can be utilised for better patient outcomes, Kwong answers HealthManagement.org’s question: In What Ways Can Telehealth Enhance Value Based Care? Value-based care has been the subject of much discussion... Read more
Drew Ivan was one of the winners in the recent ONC Blockchain Ideation Challenge which focused on use of the technology in healthcare security. He is Director of Business Technology at Orion Health. Drew answered the HealthManagement.org question: What are the top potential benefits of using Blockchain technology to secure healthcare records? Blockchain... Read more
Anna Sort, nurse, healthcare gamer and app creator at Play Benefit, answers the question: How should a healthcare app developer create a product that addresses a service need and that healthcare professionals want to use? For the past few years I've heard this discussion a lot in start-up meetings, over coffee in congresses and even with my clients.... Read more
2016 15 Nov
Located in Sydney’s Inner west, Canterbury Hospital has just over 200 beds. DT Research and its partner, HPA supplied 49 Carts with DT592BU Medical-Cart Computers to Canterbury in June 2016. Canterbury uses Surginet (Cerner) for theatre & recovery eMR applications on their PC’sSource & Image Credit: DT Research Read more
2016 15 Nov
The Concord Repatriation General Hospital (The Concord) is a 750 bed teaching hospital with the University of Sydney. The initial EMR rollout occurred for this site prior to HPA becoming involved. The opportunity for the ICU project came about through Dr. Mark Kol and his unique requirements for the carts. DT Research + HPA’s solution was applauded,... Read more
2016 15 Nov
The Royal North Shore Hospital (RNSH) is one of Sydney’s largest Public Hospitals. Located on the Lower North Shore of Sydney, RNSH has approximately 600 beds. DT Research and its partner HPA have currently supplied 170 DT593BU Medical-Cart Computers for their first roll out of Electronic Medical Records, and we envisage further will be rolled out over... Read more
Advantech’s PDC-W240 is a 24" medical monitor designed for use in critical hospital environments, such as operating rooms and intensive care units. Featuring a high contrast ratio, wide viewing angle, and gloved operation responsiveness, the IPS display...
The DT313C-MD Medical Tablet features the integration of a 13.3" Full-HD capacitive touch screen, a high performance, energy efficient Intel® Celeron® dual core processor, and a full-slot smart card reader within a slim, lightweight, durable package....
24" Widescreen Point-of-Care Terminal with Internal Power Supply, TFT Display and Intel Core i7 4th Generation Processor
The DT590BU Medical-Cart Computer, an All-in-one Medical PC, Medical Computer, integrates a 19” TFT-LCD screen, Intel® 5th Generation Core™ i computing platform and hot-swappable batteries in a compact, mountable package with anti-microbial coating to...