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First-of-its-Kind Automated Laboratory Speeds Results for Regional Health

By Digital Media Director, May 24, 2017, Categories: In Print, News, Technology

The core laboratory at Rapid City Regional Hospital has begun using a new state-of-the-art automated laboratory, the first of its kind in South Dakota.

Sanford Health Collaborates with Florida Hospital on Gene Sequencing Project

By Digital Media Director, Mar 26, 2017, Categories: In Print, Today, News, Technology

Sanford Health and Nicklaus Children's Hospital in Miami have plans to sequence the genes of nearly 1000 Latino and Hispanic people.

Technology for Infection Control and Prevention

By MED Magazine, Feb 22, 2017, Categories: In Print, Wellness, Technology

With microbial resistance on the rise nationwide, it’s more important than ever to control the spread of infectious diseases in the healthcare setting.

USF Healthcare MBA Program Now Available Online

By MED Magazine, Dec 28, 2016, Categories: In Print, Today, Business, Technology

In the twelve years since the University of Sioux Falls introduced its Healthcare-focused MBA program, an estimated 150 students, most of whom were already working in healthcare in the

Mercy Implements Palm Scanning to Enhance Patient Security

By MED Magazine, Dec 28, 2016, Categories: In Print, Today, Business, Technology

Mercy Medical Center has implemented a new high-tech approach to registering patients.

Do Your Security Systems Need a Checkup?

By MED Magazine, Dec 28, 2016, Categories: In Print, Today, Technology, Practice Management

Any medical office using a computer system knows that it is vital to keep that system secure. But did you know that security systems put in place when you set things up may no longer be doing the job?

Madison Regional Health Enhances ICU Services

By MED Magazine, Dec 28, 2016, Categories: News, Technology, Outreach

This partnership will provide patients around-the-clock monitoring from the MRHS ICU team and eICU CARE’s physicians specialized in ICU care and seasoned critical care nurses, to reduce

IHS to Fund Extended Telemedicine for Native Americans

By MED Magazine, Nov 29, 2016, Categories: In Print, Today, News, Technology, Outreach

Avera Health could receive up to $100 million dollars over five years from Indian Health Service to offer provider education and extend its Avera eCare telemedicine to serve 130,000 Native

Insecure Mobile Devices

By MED Magazine, Nov 29, 2016, Categories: In Print, Today, Technology, Practice Management

Is Your Practice at Risk?

New Cloud-Based Purchasing Solution Makes it Easier to Manage Your Office Spending

By MED Magazine, Oct 29, 2016, Categories: In Print, Today, Technology, Practice Management

Every medical practice, no matter how large or small, needs to manage its spending. A computer or tablet may need to be replaced, new stationary ordered, or advertising created.

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