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3D modelling in healthcare

Top 5 best 3D Modelling software for the medical sector

Top 5 of the best 3D Modelling software for the medical sector are given as follows: 3D-Doctor 3D-Doctor, as evidenced by its appellation, is a 3D Modelling software exclusively designed for the medical field, particularly useful for surgical simulation and treatment planning applications.  This software is developed by Able Software Corp. You can work on …

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3D modelling in healthcare

3D Modelling in Healthcare and its descriptive use cases

3D modelling in healthcare simplifies the everyday job of all medical experts, enabling them to save an increasing amount of lives every day. The medical industry is known for being the most sophisticated in devising new treatments and approaches. Not to mention the technologies that make it all achievable. 3D printing in healthcare is already on the …

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benefits of cloud computing

Cloud computing in healthcare: Key benefits of cloud computing in healthcare

Key benefits of cloud computing in healthcare include the following: Cloud Storage in Healthcare Means Efficient Electronic Medical Record-Keeping There is a requirement of hospitals and healthcare facilities to demonstrate meaningful use of electronic medical records for storing information about patient interactions.The goals of cloud computing in the medical field are to improve the quality, …

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Cloud computing in healthcare

Cloud computing in healthcare | How Healthcare Organizations use the Cloud today?

Cloud computing in healthcare describes the practice of implementing remote servers accessed via the internet to store, manage and process healthcare-related data.  This is in contrast to establishing an on-site data center with servers, or hosting the data on a personal computer. Cloud storage offers a flexible solution that allows healthcare professionals and hospitals to …

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Benefits of Mobile apps and devices for Healthcare Professionals

Convenience Many mobile apps have made the practice of evidence-based medicine at the point of care more convenient.  Health care professionals associate numerous conveniences with using a mobile device in clinical practice, such as: portability, rapid access to information and multimedia resources, flexible communications, and a choice of powerful apps to accomplish many different purposes.  …

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Medical Education

How HCPs Use Mobile Devices and Apps: Medical Education and Training

Mobile devices play an increasingly important role in medical education as students and schools use more technology during training.  Mobile devices are used by health care students in a variety of ways: to log their experiences, to access information about medical conditions and drug treatment, to perform calculations, and to make basic notes. Mobile devices have …

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Patient monitoring

How HCPs Use Mobile Devices and Apps : Patient Monitoring

The use of mobile devices to remotely monitor the health or location of patients with chronic diseases or conditions (referred to as patient monitoring) has already become a viable option.  Mobile device apps can provide public health surveillance, aid in community data collection, or assist disabled persons with independent living.  In one study, a single-lead …

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Clinical Decision-Making

How HCPs Use Mobile Devices and Apps : Clinical Decision-Making

Mobile devices provide HCPs with convenient and rapid access to evidence-based information, supporting clinical decision-making at the point of care. Many evidence-based software apps serve as useful bedside clinical decision-making tools. Printed medical references often used in disease diagnosis are now available as mobile device apps that provide information on diagnosis, treatment, differential diagnosis, infectious …

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Communication, Consulting and Information Gathering

How HCPs Use Mobile Devices and Apps : Communication, Consulting and Information Gathering

Communication and Consulting Health care systems are often highly dispersed, encompassing multiple locations such as clinics, inpatient wards, outpatient services, emergency departments, operating theaters, intensive care units, and labs.  Consequently, HCPs not only need to be mobile themselves, they also need to be able to communicate and collaborate with people in different locations.  Mobile devices satisfy …

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Health Record Maintenance and Access

How HCPs Use Mobile Devices and Apps : Health Record Maintenance and Access

Apps are also available that aid in data collection and retrieval, such as entering information into a patient’s EHR or EMR. Hospital information systems often include features that allow HCP management of EHRs and PACSs, permitting secure access to patient information (medical history, vitals, prescriptions, lab results, x-rays, scans,  consultations, and discharge notes) either on …

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