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Staying on Top of Tech: Best Practices for Training Your Medical Staff

As the head of a clinic or medical practice, you are well aware of the importance of making sure all your employees are properly trained with up-to-date standards and practices. Having well-trained staff at both the front and back of the facility can benefit the entire practice. Here are some tips on training medical staff

High Margin Medical Procedures

They might be providing care and saving lives but hospitals are actually run like any other type of business, and profit is the key to survival in a competitive market. The healthcare market is worth more than one can imagine and with the rise of medical tourism, hospitals and medical practices, there is a need

NOT ALL ABOUT LOOKS: Can Plastic Surgery Save Or Actually Improve Lives?

Cosmetic and plastic surgery have had their load of bad press but it’s not all about looks. Sometimes, they’re the only solutions to real medical problems and they can have a beneficial and often life-saving impact on a patient’s health. Performed in hospitals’ operating rooms under strict regulations, such plastic and cosmetic surgery procedures can

How Hospitals can Increase Referral Revenues

It is a well understood fact that most healthcare systems are functioning in silos as they evolved that way over the past few decades. However, with modern technology it should not have to continue going down that track, particularly where it tends to reduce efficiencies, raise costs and yield poorer patient care outcomes. According to

Cancer Diagnosis Breathes Best at American Hospital, Dubai

Diagnosis of cancers and tumours of blood cells can be expensive and also take a while to shape up before full fledged treatment can begin.The American Hospital in Dubai is set to become the first of its kind in UAE to have implemented the FACSCalibur™ Flow Cytometry system (analyzer and software). This technology will detect

Obama Care: How ‘Not to Care’ About Top American Hospitals

Wondering why healthcare in the United States costs more? Well, some of the best hospitals in the world are in here. Though this is certainly not just one reason, but for sure we know that things that come with a better quality tag cost more. However, with the onset of Obamacare this quality healthcare will

Healthcare Analytics: A Step Forward

Manage with data driven insights, not just hunches The healthcare industry is going through a transformational change. From a reactive schedule at last minute and response at critical hour, healthcare service providers want to move to systems and processes that help them to predict, plan early and execute efficiently for any medical requirement. Healthcare providers

Healthcare Trends: Electrosurgery

The concept of using heat as a form of therapy and treatment to stop bleeding has been used for centuries, and was initially known as thermal cautery where tissues were burnt by thermal heat, including steam or hot metal, with the intention of destroying damaged or diseased tissue to prevent infections and reduce bleeding. Today,

The New Killer on the Edge: Ebola

An outbreak of a dreadful Ebola virus has killed at least 70 people in Guinea since its symptoms were first observed recently.In a statement that followed, the World Health Organization (WHO) said the total number of suspected cases was 110.UNICEF earlier said at least three of the victims were children.”In Guinea, a country with a

Technology as a Metric for Growth of Healthcare

The kind of rapid developments which are envisaged in the health care industry has been phenomenal. Health care industry has transformed itself in to a robust system which supports the GDP of the nation’s to a great extent. In many of the developing countries, health care industry is turning out to be a key industry