"Hospital management" Category

New Tech Investment Options for Surgical Imaging

Posted On July 29, 2013 | by AllenCaron

Surgical imaging has long been a challenge for surgeons. Until about four years ago, patients undergoing surgery needed to be scanned post-procedure to ensure that the surgery was successful. However, intraoperative computed tomography (iCT) procedures now provide […]

Now Is the Time to Prepare for the January Effect

Posted On November 16, 2011 | by AllenCaron

It’s called the January Effect and the time to prepare for it is right now, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal (http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203537304577028411888026368.html?KEYWORDS=ben+levisohn). The effect, which has been chronicled by investors for decades, shows that […]

Moving Up from the Basement: The Intraoperative Imaging Trend

Posted On September 3, 2011 | by AllenCaron

Traditionally, hospitals built in years past housed their large, high-powered imaging devices in the lower floors of their facility. Patients were directed there for the picture taking or wheeled down to the imaging centers either before or […]

Healthcare Clouds: Where Are the Silver Linings?

Posted On March 31, 2011 | by AllenCaron

Late last week, the California State Controller, John Chiang, wrote a letter to a drug company, Gilead Sciences, asking for a reduction in the price of a widely used AIDS drug,  Atripla.  The letter made headlines all […]


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