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Articles from Health Management Technology (February 1, 2008)

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Answering the call: an EMS replaces a modem-based dispatch system with a wireless-technology solution, improving response times with actionable information. Company overview 1310
Autonomous information handling: new technology replicates information handling intelligence into small applications, benefiting a multihospital system in Michigan. Connely, Robert 1443
BCBSA supports e-prescribing. Brief article 167
Consent redux: an Illinois medical center moves from paper to automated informed consent to meet regulatory compliance, reduce errors and facilitate communication. Derreberry, Mary Jean 1498
Consumers want healthcare pricing data. Brief article 158
Dirty laundry. McBride, Michael Editorial 577
From the ground up: this family practice's preopening installation of an integrated PM/EMR streamlined billing and increased profitability. Nelson, Tiffany M. 1575
Golden state mandates healthcare for all. Brief article 181
Hand-held PC. Brief article 96
Healthcare legislation. Brief article 222
Lightweight mobile workstation. Brief article 87
Merge Healthcare revenues down. Financial report 356
Mobile clinical assistant. 96
Ongoing surveillance. Brief article 270
PHR portability standards. 151
Record-setting year for healthcare bills. Brief article 152
RHIOs in reverse. St. Clair, David 1175
Rugged "lunchbox" portable. Brief article 81
Strategic placement: addressing the data explosion in healthcare requires a sound strategy for turning data into information. Coffin, James 1312
Tablet PC alternative. Brief article 91
The language of healthcare: variance in the English language is harming patients and hospitals' bottom lines. Is healthcare IT the solution? Schwend, George T. Cover story 1207
The speed to know: the convergence of biomedical devices and IT for the ED may lead to improved patient care. Morwood, Mark 991
The supporting player: second generation CDS goes beyond the basics to become intuitive. Teich, Jonathan 1449
The value of data. 291
Ultramobile slate Tablet PC. Brief article 97
Ultraportable Tablet PC. Brief article 97
What gets measured gets managed; how an EDIS can be used to collect and manage patient throughput to ease ED overcrowding. Kornecki, Zbigniew 1461
When consistency counts: now that medication reconciliation has become a mandate, healthcare organizations are looking for effective ways to implement it, and for some, the answer is information technology. Carpi, Valerio 1042

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