Do Staff Smartphones Put Medical Data at Risk?

Is Medical Data a True Priority to Your Hospital Employees? Recent surveys showed that IT executives in hospitals and other medical facilities worry about their staff using personal devices when dealing with medical data. Why do they worry? A number of reasons: Staff may lack adequate password protection. Devices may not possess security software to […]

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Heart Technologies at LeadingAge Expo!

On April 5-6, Heart Technologies attended the LeadingAge Illinois Annual Meeting and Exposition in Schaumburg. The Heart team had a blast meeting visitors and discussing the abundance of offering Heart Technologies provides for hospitals, medical facilities, and senior living communities. At our booth, Heart displayed our new retractable signs. These signs share our overall message […]

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CIMS: Improving the Nurse Call System

Whether you work in a hospital or have seen an episode of Grey’s Anatomy, you know that hospital is a busy place. There can be nonstop movement and excitement as patients are admitted, released, monitored, and cared for. With so much commotion, it can be easy for nurses and hospital staff to miscommunicate. These lapses can […]

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Surveillance Shifts in Senior Living

From the time you were born and couldn’t even hold up your head on your own, your parents were there. They held you as you cried, fed you when you were hungry, provided you with shelter and clothing, taught you how to survive, and nurtured you. As we age, though, our parents age, too. Often […]

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