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CTA and ACC Collaborate to Tackle Cardiovascular Disease with Technology

DAIC

milla1cf Wed, 02/07/2024 - 18:05 February 7, 2024 — The Consumer Technology Association ( CTA ) and the American College of Cardiology ( ACC ) are announcing the release of their second industry framework for the use of consumer cardiovascular technology solutions in the screening and diagnosis for cardiovascular conditions.

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New Technology Promises to Revolutionize Valvular Heart Disease Care

DAIC

Getty Images milla1cf Mon, 04/01/2024 - 08:21 April 1, 2024 — Roughly 25,000 Americans die each year from valvular heart disease, but researchers from Rutgers Health and other institutions conclude that new technology could soon help doctors slash that number. “We What is Valvular Heart Disease?

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New Secure Image Sharing Technology: Save Time and Reduce Costs

NOVARAD

As innovative technology emerges, new secure image-sharing technology that maximizes time and reduces costs has taken the forefront of data mobility. Healthcare organizations are always looking for ways to save time and money while providing quality patient care.

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What’s New in MRI Technology — 2024 Edition

Cassling

With so many technological advancements happening across all of healthcare, it’s easy to lose sight of the incredible evolution happening to one of the cornerstones of the hospital imaging experience: MRI.

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Older Adults with Vision Issues Report Lower Digital Technology Use

HCPLive

National data show older Americans with vision impairment were less likely to have access to digital technology than counterparts without impairments.

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Leveraging Technology in Medical Education: A Vital Tool for Doctors Across Specialties

ADN Center of Excellence

In the ever-evolving landscape of medical education, technology has emerged as a powerful ally, revolutionizing the way doctors across various fields of medicine learn, practice, and stay updated. Let's delve into how technology is reshaping medical education and benefiting doctors in different specialties. www.adncoe.com

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Key Issues as Wearable Digital Health Technologies Enter Clinical Care

The New England Journal of Medicine

The authors address the issues that must be confronted if we are to integrate the use of wearable digital health technologies into clinical care in a way that provides an enduring benefit to patients.