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Artificial Lung Device Shows Promise in Treating Chronic Respiratory Conditions | MIT Technology Review

Artificial Lung Device Shows Promise in Treating Chronic Respiratory Conditions | MIT Technology Review

Hospitals spending most on analytics, population health technology, executives say | Healthcare Finance News

Hospitals spending most on analytics, population health technology, executives say | Healthcare Finance News

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A bipartisan group of Senators this week unveiled legislation to remove Medicare barriers to telemedicine use in a bill that proponents say can generate $1.8 billion in savings over 10 years. Led by Sen. Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, and Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Miss., the CONNECT for Health Act seeks to create an opening for more providers to incorporate telemedicine into their practices. The Senate group hopes to use the platform to further study its effects on healthcare.

A bipartisan group of Senators this week unveiled legislation to remove Medicare barriers to telemedicine use in a bill that proponents say can generate $1.8 billion in savings over 10 years. Led by Sen. Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, and Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Miss., the CONNECT for Health Act seeks to create an opening for more providers to incorporate telemedicine into their practices. The Senate group hopes to use the platform to further study its effects on healthcare.

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A Leeds man has become the first in the city to be fitted with a new type of implanted hearing aid (the Cochlear Attract) which includes a magnet placed under the patient’s skin, greatly improving its usability and cosmetic appearance.  Previously patients with this type of hearing device have had to have it secured in place via a connection through the skin known as an abutment.  The new magnetic type of attachment avoids the complications of having a direct and visible connection through…

A Leeds man has become the first in the city to be fitted with a new type of implanted hearing aid (the Cochlear Attract) which includes a magnet placed under the patient’s skin, greatly improving its usability and cosmetic appearance. Previously patients with this type of hearing device have had to have it secured in place via a connection through the skin known as an abutment. The new magnetic type of attachment avoids the complications of having a direct and visible connection through…

New Yo messaging service lets doctors say Yo! I’m ready to examine you

New Yo messaging service lets doctors say Yo! I’m ready to examine you

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