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Q&A: Improving healthcare with the IoT 

Healthcare IoT can assist with the collection of analytics and to improve how physicians deliver care as well. Such technologies can also boost patient engagement with the healthcare process. To understand more about how IoT can deliver healthcare solutions, Eric Lagorce, Senior Project Manager, Non-Cellular Modules provides… Healthcare Industry News

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Q&A: Improving healthcare with the IoT 

Healthcare IoT can assist with the collection of analytics and to improve how physicians deliver care as well. Such technologies can also boost patient engagement with the healthcare process. To understand more about how IoT can deliver healthcare solutions, Eric Lagorce, Senior Project Manager, Non-Cellular Modules provides… Healthcare Industry News

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Q&A: Improving healthcare with the IoT 

Healthcare IoT can assist with the collection of analytics and to improve how physicians deliver care as well. Such technologies can also boost patient engagement with the healthcare process. To understand more about how IoT can deliver healthcare solutions, Eric Lagorce, Senior Project Manager, Non-Cellular Modules provides… Healthcare Industry News

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Liquor before beer? You will still feel terrible, new study says

“Beer before liquor, never been sicker; liquor before beer, you’re in the clear” is a well-worn phrase backing the belief that you can avoid a hangover if you take drinks in the “right” order. But a new medical study has concluded that the threat of a crushing hangover cannot be removed by making sure that beer comes before, or after, ...

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UVA Hosts Expert on Healthcare at Miller Center

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) – The case for universal health care was laid out on Friday by a policy expert at the University of Virginia. People gathered at the Miller Center to learn more about an issue that is central to our health and finances. An expert on policy researching shared some ways he thinks could help the problem. “We all ...

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UVA Hosts Expert on Healthcare at Miller Center

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) – The case for universal health care was laid out on Friday by a policy expert at the University of Virginia. People gathered at the Miller Center to learn more about an issue that is central to our health and finances. An expert on policy researching shared some ways he thinks could help the problem. “We all ...

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UVA Hosts Expert on Healthcare at Miller Center

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) – The case for universal health care was laid out on Friday by a policy expert at the University of Virginia. People gathered at the Miller Center to learn more about an issue that is central to our health and finances. An expert on policy researching shared some ways he thinks could help the problem. “We all ...

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UVA Hosts Expert on Healthcare at Miller Center

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) – The case for universal health care was laid out on Friday by a policy expert at the University of Virginia. People gathered at the Miller Center to learn more about an issue that is central to our health and finances. An expert on policy researching shared some ways he thinks could help the problem. “We all ...

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UVA Hosts Expert on Healthcare at Miller Center

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) – The case for universal health care was laid out on Friday by a policy expert at the University of Virginia. People gathered at the Miller Center to learn more about an issue that is central to our health and finances. An expert on policy researching shared some ways he thinks could help the problem. “We all ...

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Medical Aid Societies increase payments for healthcare services

The Association of Healthcare Funders of Zimbabwe has increased the fees payable by its member medical aid societies to healthcare service providers with effect from Monday (February 11). Payments to hospitals have been increased by 30 percent, while those paid to all other service providers, including doctors and dentists, have gone up by 40 percent. In a statement announcing the ...

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