The world of civil aviation and the strong focus on “safety” have inspired the clinical risk models that today are used in hospitals. However, leaving aside some very important aspects.
A high-tech stick for the prevention of cardiac risk
The Australian start-up ESN Cleer, with RMIT University and the Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC), are developing a device that can detect the risk of heart failure and stroke from saliva. Continue reading
The Electronic Medical Record becomes smart with the controlled administering
38% the therapy mistakes occur at the medicine administering, after the prescription (39%), the transcription (12%) and the preparation (11%). How can a smart EMR reduce this risk? Continue reading
The Electronic Medical Record becomes smart with the assisted prescription
Following the interest raised with the article of widget concept in the EMR designing, let’s now look at the medicine prescriptions and how it can be ameliorated and made more useful. Continue reading