ResolutionMD® Mobilizes Radiologists at SAR 2014

Posted by PureWeb on Fri, Mar 28, 2014

Written by Jonathan Draper, Senior Product Manager.

For the Society of Abdominal Radiology (SAR), continuing education for its members is of utmost importance. This year at the SAR annual meeting in Boca Raton, attendees looking to brush up on reading small bowel imaging cases experienced an innovative way to receive live training from experts.

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Proposed healthcare PROTECT Act could put your health at risk

Posted by Kyle Peterson on Tue, Mar 18, 2014

Written by Kyle Peterson, Director of Regulatory and Corporate Affairs.

The United States Senate is now considering a new bill, called the PROTECT Act, a companion bill to the SOFTWARE Act which was introduced in the House of Representatives in October. Both bills seek to amend the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act and are intended to limit the FDA's authority in regulating clinical and health software - in particular the mobile medical applications which have proliferated in the past few years.

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The Impact of Cloud Portability on Healthcare CIO Decision Making

Posted by Byron Osing on Thu, Mar 6, 2014

Written by Dr. Byron Osing, CEO & Chair.

Healthcare CIO’s have very tough jobs these days. They are handed shrinking capital expenditure and IT related spending budgets nearly every year, and are expected to get more bang for the buck out of their IT infrastructure at the same time. They are also faced with the fact that the vast majority of their existing or legacy systems simply don’t work together, which is known as the ‘non-interoperability’ issue in healthcare.  This issue costs U.S. taxpayers and healthcare plan payers alone an estimated $30 billion per year of operational inefficiencies.

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