Latest News for: Tool care

Edit

Wellola raises €1m in funding as patient portal aims to grow its business

The Irish Times 23 May 2022
BVP believes in digital tools to enhance patient care in healthcare and we have been impressed by the interest from the large hospitals in the UK in Wellola’s patient engagement platform,” said Elliott Griffin, founder and managing director of BVP ... “Nowadays we have the technology...to deploy community-based preventative care.”.
Edit

More than 100 confirmed or suspected cases of monkeypox have been reported in 12 countries, ...

Henry Herald 23 May 2022
"But we'll track it very closely and use the tools we have to make sure we can continue to prevent further spread and take care of the people who get infected." ... health care workers treating monkeypox patients and other people who may be at "high risk" for exposure to monkeypox.
Edit

In New Hampshire’s highly variable health care market, it pays to shop around

Lebanon Valley News 22 May 2022
New tools to make notoriously opaque health care prices more ...
Edit

COVID-19 raises concerns and cautions around changing cervical cancer screening practices

Burlington County Times 22 May 2022
What I didn’t do through the pandemic was routine, boring, run-of-the-mill preventive health care. Patients were afraid to leave their homes, and well-intentioned local, state and federal policies bolstered their fears and seemingly supported the choice to avoid routine preventive care.
Edit

White House sees decision on Moderna COVID shot for kids under 5 in next few weeks

Union Leader 22 May 2022
"I am confident we're going be able to keep our arms around it," Jha said, "but we're going to track it very closely and use the tools we have to make sure that we continue to prevent further spread and take care of the people who get infected." ....
Edit

RIH boss says staffing new patient care tower will 'take some time' (Kamloops)

Castanet 22 May 2022
The Phil and Jennie Gaglardi Tower at Royal Inland Hospital is slated to open on July 17. The head of Royal Inland Hospital says it will "take some time” before the facility’s new patient care tower is adequately staffed, but she expects the state-of-the-art building to serve as a recruiting tool on its own ... We still have work to do.
Edit

This Week in the New Normal #31

Off Guardian 22 May 2022
1.Google Health researching surveillance and AI ... From consumer-facing products like sleep tracking tech with its Nest Hub smart home devices and Fitbit wearables to clinical initiatives like its Care Studio EHR search tool and its health AI work, Google has intensified its focus on health tech and expanded its reach into the healthcare market ... 2 ... 3 ... *.
Edit

Ask the Builder: Think before cutting the cord

The Spokesman-Review 21 May 2022
Do you have a love affair with power tools? If so, my guess is you may have succumbed to the sirens’ songs luring you into the Sea of Cordless Tools ... I intend to do the same thing, comforted by the fact that, when I bought my corded tool, I paid a one-time fee and will never have to spend more to keep it running so long as I care for it.
Edit

Bipartisan, bicameral bill introduced to promote inclusive emergency preparedness protocols in schools

The Bradford Era 21 May 2022
The PREP for All Students Act would ensure public schools, early child care education centers and institutions of higher education have the tools they need to develop inclusive emergency preparedness protocols ... tools they need to develop inclusive emergency preparedness protocols.
Edit

U.S. civil rights enforcers warn employers against biased artificial intelligence

Denver Post 21 May 2022
Justice Department and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission jointly issued guidance to employers to take care before using popular algorithmic tools meant to streamline the work of evaluating employees and job prospects — but which could also potentially run afoul of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Edit

Avera Creighton Hospital Now Offers Avel eCare Hospitalist Services

Yankton Daily Press 21 May 2022
... access to physicians who specialize in the care of hospital patients ... “We have a trusted team in Creighton who offer excellent care, and we want to make sure this team has the right resources, support, and tools at their disposal to continue their work day in and day out.
Edit

Forest Service officials are hitting a pause on prescribed fires after a New Mexico burn ...

Henry Herald 21 May 2022
"While we're clear about the long-term importance of carefully studied and well-managed prescribed burns as tools to improve forest management, it is critical that federal agencies update and modernize these practices in response to a changing climate, as what used to be considered extreme conditions are now much more common," the governor said.
Edit

Guest Column: Medicare doesn't want to pay for people with Alzheimer's

The Marshall News Messenger 21 May 2022
For years, the program has gotten away with paying only a fraction of the costs for this disease that impacts more than 6 million Americans ... In reality, Medicare is using CED as a rationing tool to deny expensive care to people suffering from Alzheimer’s ... Our older family members and neighbors paid into Medicare to provide care for those before them.
Edit

Deen: Get ready, get set, pause and think

Times Argus 21 May 2022
The list of invasives we face continues to grow ... Care in preventing further spread of these infestations is our only useful tool ... Dry — If you cannot clean your water toys or tools, boats and trailers, PFDs, fishing waders, water shoes and boots, etc., dry them thoroughly in the sun for up to five days before using them in another waterbody ... David L.
Edit

World Insights: As "No.1 warmonger," U.S. takes atrocities against civilians for "unintentional mistakes"

People Daily 21 May 2022
From the Korean War and the Vietnam War to the Iraq War and the Afghanistan War, the United States, referred to as "the No ... villainy against civilians over the past decades, one can conclude that the United States has never genuinely cared about human rights. The topic is simply a tool it used to deflect its own guilty and interfere with others ... .

Most Viewed

Ibrahim Almasri, an Egyptian freelance photographer, wraps his camera straps around his wrists like handcuffs during a protest as dozens of pro-Palestinian demonstrators gathered near the Israeli Consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, Thursday, May 12, 2022
AP / Mehmet Guzel
The Iranian national flag flies at half staff atop the Iranian Embassy in Moscow, Russia, Sunday, Jan. 5, 2020, in sign of mourning for Iranian Revolutionary Guard Gen. Qassem Soleimani, killed by U.S. airstrike in Iraq.
AP / Alexander Zemlianichenko
The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, during an address to the people: "The war continues, and each of us must take care of the defense every day," Kyiv, Ukraine, 21 May 2022.
Presidential Office of Ukraine / www.president.gov.ua
Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting of the Russian Federation Security Council via videoconference, Novo-Ogaryovo, Moscow Region, 20 May 2022.
Russian Presidential Press and Information Office
Max Emilian Verstappen is a Belgian-Dutch racing driver and the 2021 Formula One World Champion, December 9, 2021.
Unsplash / Davor Denkovski
×