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02/21/2017 at 17:38. Facebook
UCSF´s Dr. Michael Blum says this will move digital health from hype to helpful #digitalhealth #cliniciansandcode #HIMSS17

Why Doctors Of the Future May Know Code

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02/20/2017 at 18:16. Facebook
The software that returned $2 Billion to the U.S. healthcare system in a little over a year #HIMSS17

The software that returned $2 Billion to the U.S. healthcare system in a little over a year

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02/19/2017 at 20:37. Facebook
I am humbly in service of the brightest minds. Who am I?
#digitalhealth #HIMSS17 #AI [ Invent.ge Link ]
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02/19/2017 at 18:42. Facebook
The miniature MRI scanner will help doctors see a wider range of brain abnormalities in premature newborn babies, allowing the mother to be close to her baby at all times

Mini-MR: Testing the miniature scanner designed for fragile newborn’s brains

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02/18/2017 at 19:37. Facebook
New study: Can heading a football cause brain damage?

Brain damage in former players fuels soccer 'heading' fears

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02/17/2017 at 18:37. Facebook
MAGiC is an industry 1st tech that saves on #MRI scan time #healthcare

Do you believe in MAGiC?

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02/16/2017 at 17:37. Facebook
“If you provide the appropriate level of care and you're not expanding your market size, you will see a drop in in patient volume” Randy Davis, NorthCrest CEO

Doing More With Less: One hospital’s Approach To High-Quality Healthcare

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Premature babies that are too fragile to be moved could be scanned in the neonatal unit as Sheffield, UK tests a miniature MRI prototype for babies

Mini-MR: Testing the miniature scanner designed for fragile newborn’s brains

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Swapping marriage for medicine, how one young girl left her village in India to become an x-ray expert

Swapping marriage for medicine, young girl leaves village in India to become x-ray expert

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Today’s cancer treatment is more personalized thanks to improved, patient-driven care

Finnish Chief Physician recalls what cancer treatment looked like in the early 90’s

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Why Fast Company today listed GE Healthcare among the 2017 World’s Most Innovative Companies in health #healthcare #innovation

The Most Innovative Companies of 2017 by Sector: Health.

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A group of doctors successfully fixes an infant’s aortic valve … in the womb

Fixing a broken heart… in the womb

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After two years of construction, the new Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital Trust is a center of excellence for a range of pediatric specialties - including Cardiology and Cardiothoracic Surgery, Oncology and Haematology, and Neurosciences.

On the anniversary of his passing, new hospital brings Nelson Mandela’s dreams to life

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When 15-year-old Jessica Vargas from Cali, Colombia, started getting headaches, a brain scan told her family something they never wanted or expected to hear: Jessica had a large, complicated congenital aneurysm – a bulging blood vessel in her brain – on an artery that’s difficult to access and impossible to treat

How a surgeon cured a young girl’s “incurable” brain aneurysm

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Doctors could soon be able to travel through the colon using an anatomical display tool embedded in a virtual reality headset, searching for polyps and other tumours

Seeing inside the colon … with virtual reality

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By combining digital and industrial, software and hardware, minds and machines, we can transform data into actionable insights to improve lives around the world, write these digital health thinkers

Healthcare Needs Moonshots. This Is What a Digital One Looks Like

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An interview with the engineer who brought magic to MRI – cutting scan time from around 30 minutes to just 6 minutes

Do you believe in MAGiC?

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Erica and Nate Endicott expected to simply walk out of their appointment with more ultrasound images of their son. However, the appointment did not go as smoothly. During the exam, something caught the doctor’s attention

Fixing a broken heart… in the womb

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Compared to when she was starting her professional path, today’s cancer treatment is more personalized thanks to improved and patient-driven care.

Finnish Chief Physician recalls what cancer treatment looked like in the early 90’s

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