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Electronic health record
An electronic health record (EHR) refers to an individual patient's medical record in digital format. Electronic health record systems co-ordinate the storage and retrieval of individual records with the aid of computers. EHRs are typically accessed via a computer, often across a network. A EHR may be made up of electronic medical records (EMRs) from many locations and/or sources. Among the many forms of data often included in EMRs are patient demographics, medical history, medicine and allergy lists, immunization status, laboratory test results, radiology images and billing records. The links shown on this page feature the key word ′Electronic health record’ in their stories:
Diversity study shows US stent usage for minority patients
Under-served patient population in America comes under scrutiny in study by Boston Scientific on health equality within the country
US Patent for mobile health products
Adaptive content based on patient condition and relating to healthcare professionals using mobile health products gains US patent
Pharmacy data protection with behavioural analytics
LightCyber Magna is providing behavioural attack detection technology to protect patient data at PDX pharmacy chain
Milestone reached in MERS-COV validation
DARPA provides validation on the Aethlon Hemopurifier for capturing the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus
Hydrogel system to be used for prostate cancer patients
A hydrogel from OSL is being used by Belfast Hospital in innovative radiotherapy treatment to improve the outcome for patients with prostate cancer
Patient records system for diabetes centre
Diamond.NET patient records software from Hicom will be used at the Diabetes care centre at Bedford Hospital
Imaging systems feature at endoscopy event
Pentax is attending the gastrointestinal congress in Vienna with its endoscopy and colonic navigation imaging systems
BSC responds to rollercoaster sentencing
The British Safety Council has commenting on the recent sentencing of Merlin Entertainments regarding roller coaster crash
Proton therapy milestone
Fifty thousand people with cancer have now been treated using IBA proton therapy technology
BSC to speak at work and safety forum
Experts from the British Safety Council will meet in Beijing for the Work and Safety forum to speak on the topic of leadership within the industry
Chester Institute of Medicine takes haematology analyser
Beckman Coulter has supplied the Chester Institute of Medicine in the UK with the DxH 500 fully automated haematology system
Cloud based medical imaging network
Imaging departments at UK health care providers have the opportunity for greater collaborative sharing using cloud based approach from Siemens
Osteoporosis assessments for Swedish women
Unilabs has got together with Sectra to offer women at risk of osteoporosis in Sweden the chance to have preventive screening tests
SaaS care management service for the UK
Harrow Council in the UK has signed an agreement with IBM for the use of Watson Health software as a service care management
Automated referral system for sports surgery
Hicom provides system for reducing paperwork and referral times for consultants and diagnostics for sports injuries
Zika virus study data available
Data from Aethlon Medical from n vitro studies made on the zika virus show effectiveness of Hemopurifier product
Free training courses on Sepsis
Virtual college is offering free resources for online training for dealing with the dangers posed by sepsis
Lab on a chip aids cancer detection
Research results from IBM show effectiveness of lab-on-a-chip technology in helping with diseases such as prostate cancer
Thermometer Hygrometer sends data to smartphones
A blue-tooth based instrument from Bel-Art enables environmental monitoring from smartphones using the Durac thermometer hygrometer
BSC study shows potentially fatal effects of stress
Stress in the working environment can have fatal consequences as illustrated in new material available from the British Safety Council
NIST compliance for data privacy company
HIPAA privacy audit results enable Exco InTouch to gain compliance to NIST guidelines on privacy and data security
Clinical document management improvements at Islington CCG
The use of Docman Vault from PCTI will help the Islington Clinical Commissioning Group to manage access to clinical documents
Study proves ease of molecular diagnostic system operation
Twenty minutes training was all that was required in a study performed to determine the ease of operation of the DxN VERIS molecular diagnostics system
Study commences on chronic disease caused by trauma
The detection and diagnosis of chronic traumatic encephalopathy associated with sports and military injuries is the subject of a new clinical study by Aethlon Medical
Medical device test equipment
New tester meets changes in test requirements for DC medical equipment including portable lighting installations
Reusable containers improve infection control at Weston
Vernacare is supplying the Weston Area NHS Trust with disposable containers for human waste disposal and infection control
Micro indentation technique of bone testing
Olympus is enabling the testing of the mechanical properties of bone material for healthcare purposes using micro-indentation
Survey indicates NHS IT security gaps
Mobile healthcare puts strains on IT department capability of maintaining high data security levels in the NHS, according to a new report
Digital assessment of nursing risk
East Lancs Hospitals have moved away from paper based risk assessments for nursing staff to a digitised form
High speed electrical safety testing of medical devices
Automatic safety analyser from Rigel provides high speed performance in determining electrical safety of medical equipment
Study examines cyber security in the healthcare industry
Increased cyber threats in the healthcare sector not being addressed with mitigation plans, according to new report
Online triage system for GPs
EMIS is now able to assist doctors with online triage based techniques for patient self help that links to existing patient management systems
Study shows genetic link to susceptibility to smoking
The chances of becoming a smoker and suffering from smoking related ill health could be down to genetic differences, say researchers
Internet of Things advancements on show for healthcare
Enabling medical device technology for IoT connections to smartphone applications for reducing overprescribing antibiotics to feature as part of the Medica Show
Survey shows need for more IT security integration and automation
Healthcare CISOs among those demanding greater levels of integration of stand-alone IT security tools to meet the increasing cyber security challenges
Report examines cyber crime in the healthcare industry
The Websense Security Labs 2015 Healthcare report highlights increasing vulnerability of the healthcare industry to cyber attacks
Personal safety alarm for the healthcare industry
Skyguard is attending a health and safety event in North West England to demonstrate how personal safety alarms can benefit those working in the healthcare industry
Electronic data collection growth predicted
The growth in electronic patient reported outcomes is expected to continue strongly as healthcare providers continue to gain multiple benefits
VNA for long term data storage at Middlesex hospital
The North Middlesex NHS Trust will improve long term data storage and security with the use of Vendor Neutral Archiving from Bridgehead software
US Patent for mDNA technology
Automatic mobile patient management system mDNA from Exco InTouch receives US patent
Mobile systems for clinical studies
Forthcoming event to see how Exco InTouch is meeting the needs for mobile electronic patient reported outcomes in clinicial studies
High sensitivity camera head for medical use
Medical markets now have access to a high sensitivity miniature camera head from Panasonic which operates in low light conditions
Automated interface improves device safety records
Rigel analysers now share advanced interface with EQ2 clinical equipment management system for medical device safety record handling
Barnsley NHS employs RFID tracking for records management
Physical records and assets at Barnsley hospital are being tracked and managed with the help of the iFIT RFID based tracking system
Updated online compliance reporting system
Workforce Information Reporting Engine Database updated to second edition for NHS Trust online compliance reporting
NHS trust takes new image archiving system
McKesson has supplied the Epson and St Helier NHS Trust with its cardiovascular image archiving system
Informatics platform provides interoperability at health care provider
A New York healthcare provider has chosen HealthShare from InterSystems as its platform for data interoperability
Socitm membership for ForeScout Technologies
ForeScout has joined the Society of Information Technology Management as a silver partner for the delivery of public benefit IT products and services
Training and developments needs for the war on attrition
The healthcare industry in the UK is facing a battle for meeting the right staffing levels as it suffers from both attrition and a lack of sufficient talent
Recent breaches highlight security requirements in healthcare
Andrew Wild, CISO of Lancope, explains why the Anthem and Premera data breaches have placed the healthcare industry in the front line as a cyber-attack target
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