Cardinal Health Foundation invites healthcare providers to apply for the new ‘E3 Grant program’ DUBLIN, Ohio, Sept. 30, 2009 — The Cardinal Health Foundation today announced it will award more than $1 million in funding to help U.S. hospitals, health systems and community health clinics improve the efficiency and quality of care.
The new division offers complete solutions for clinical storage, mobile computing and medication management WILKES-BARRE, Pennsylvania (October 1, 2009) – Metro, a provider of technology, storage and transport solutions for healthcare facilities and other industries, has realigned its healthcare division to drive innovation and improve patient care by integrating its clinical storage products with Flo Healthcare, Lionville Systems and medDISPENSE’s market-leading mobile computing and medication management solutions.
The agreement will help to give remote surgeons seamless connectivity with surgical teams EL SEGUNDO, CA (March 17, 2009)—KARL STORZ Endoscopy-America, Inc., a world leader in minimally invasive endoscopic technologies and fully integrated operating room solutions, announces that it has entered into a definitive agreement with InTouch Health®, the world leader in Remote Presence healthcare solutions.
New version of the device could potentially reduce risk of complications after surgery that may be caused by aspiration of fluids into the lungs BOULDER, CO –September 30, 2009 – Covidien (NYSE: COV), a leading global provider of healthcare products and recognized innovator in mechanical ventilation and respiratory care devices, today announced that it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.
CardiAQ Valve Technologies (CVT) discloses successful results of acute in vivo study of its Transcatheter Mitral Valve Implantation (TMVI) System WINCHESTER, Mass., Sept. 28, 2009-Transcatheter heart valve company CardiAQ Valve Technologies (CVT), which is developing the world's first self-conforming and self-anchoring technology for Transcatheter Mitral Valve Implantation (TMVI), announced that successful results of an acute in vivo study of its TMVI system were disclosed by Dr.
The high costs of healthcare is forcing some Americans to roll the dice on health care coverage, opt out of insurance Beth Fouhy, Associated Press NEW YORK — Call it a health care gamble: the decision by some people to opt out of health insurance, paying cash for routine care while playing the odds that an accident or catastrophic illness won't plunge them into financial ruin.
Hospitals are opening drive-thrus and drive-up tent clinics to screen and treat swine flu patients. Marilynn Marchione, AP Medical Writer Fast-food places have them. Banks and pharmacies do, too. Now hospitals are opening drive-thrus and drive-up tent clinics to screen and treat a swelling tide of swine flu patients.
Healthcare providers learn green practices and earn continuing education credit Draper, Utah—September 28, 2009— More than four million tons(1) of general waste is produced annually by U.S. health care facilities(2). To support the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses, Inc's.
Company offers new information resource for patients seeking active role in recovery An estimated 6.8 million fractures happen annually in the USA, resulting in 14 million visits to emergency rooms or medical facilities at a cost of around $21 billion(1). One in every 100 people experience a broken bone each year and up to 10% may suffer from delayed healing, preventing them from regaining their lives quickly.
MetLife Foundation awards $250,000 to help pediatricians promote childhood obesity prevention CHICAGO, Sept. 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) announces that it has been awarded a $250,000 grant from MetLife Foundation, to promote community and regional approaches to obesity prevention.
Emergency Department at the University of Arizona College of Medicine uses GlideScope® Video Laryngoscope to perform first 'telebation' BOTHELL, Wash., Sept. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- The Department of Emergency Medicine at The University of Arizona College of Medicine Tucson, led by Dr. John C.
WAYNE, N.J., Sept. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- MAQUET Cardiovascular announces that Johannes Bonatti, M.D., Professor of Surgery and Director of Coronary Surgery and Advanced Coronary Interventions at the University of Maryland Heart Center in Baltimore, has completed the first use of the MAQUET Minimized ExtraCorporeal Circulation (MECC) system in the United States during a successful robotic and fully endoscopic heart surgery.
PARSIPPANY, N.J., Sept. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- JHP Pharmaceuticals, LLC ("JHP") announces that it has developed, and received approval by the FDA for Dantrium@ IV (dantrolene sodium for injection), a rapidly mixing product. Dantrium@ IV now reconstitutes in approximately 20 seconds, which is 4 times faster than before, saving valuable time and effort during a malignant hyperthermia (MH) emergency.
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Thousands of kidney patients in the United States start dialysis without first being told of kidney transplants that would be cheaper and lead to longer lives, according to a four-month newspaper investigation published Sunday. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reviewed records from the U.
House Democrats considering insurance tax Erica Werner,Associated Press Writers Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — House Democrats are considering a tax on high-cost insurance plans to help pay for health care overhaul that tops President Barack Obama's domestic agenda.