Category: Health

Ed4HHS (a service of Ed4Online), a premier provider of online, continuing education courses to healthcare professionals, is pleased to announce that it has formed a partnership with TheraNest, an electronic health records company. Effective immediately, TheraNest will have the ability to offer Ed4HHS courses to its customers at a discount,… Read More
USF College of Nursing recently added next-generation gene analyzer technology to its state-of-the-art bio-behavioral research laboratory. The college is one of the first nursing institutions in the country to house an Illumina MiSeq desktop sequencer in the lab. This world-class technology analyzes small DNA sequencing and targeted gene expression –… Read More
A research subsidiary of Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa is joining forces with a health information sharing website to elevate cancer research. Read More
Three USF Health Information Systems (IS) research submissions have been selected for full session presentations at the upcoming 2016 Information Technology in Academic Medicine Conference. The conference, sponsored by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Group on Information Resources (GIR), will be held June 1-3 in Toronto, Canada. Read More
Health IT jobs are growing as analyzing patient data captured by electronic medical records becomes more important for clinical improvements, business efficiency and patient satisfaction. Just-released results of a survey from Bisk Education Inc. are designed to get a pulse on the growing health IT field, which links information technology,… Read More
Wearing one’s heart on his/her sleeve is never a good idea. But wearing a personal monitor can save your life. Bioscan R is a biomedical device developer working to increase patient engagement and save lives with wearable devices. Read More
A Clearwater company that provides remote video interpretation services to the health care industry and other markets has doubled its interpreter base with an acquisition. Stratus Video in Clearwater has purchased Optimal Phone Interpreters in Winter Park for an undisclosed price. Read More
It's the new year and time to fess up: Are you one of the thousands of people nationwide who has sworn to get in better shape in 2016? In fact, "lose weight and get fit" is both the No. 1 most popular and No. 1 most broken New Year's resolution. Read More
What if a surgeon could see through a patient’s skin and look at the internal organs while operating? What if a person using a wheelchair could open up a tray table to hold a notepad, or maybe a beer at a ball game, and push a button to retrieve the… Read More
On July 3, 2015, the New York Times reported "Health insurance companies around the country are seeking rate increases of 20% to 40% or more, saying their new customers under the Affordable Care Act turned out to be sicker than expected.” All the while, the US continues to spend a… Read More