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Teaching Hospital Update - February 10-14, 2014

 
 

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February 14, 2014

Curated by Ben Daniels (Foley & Lardner LLP, Boston, MA), a member of AHLA's Young Professional Council; edited by Amy Kaufman (Jones Day, Washington, DC).

Penn Medicine to Co-Develop Antibiotics Recommendation App for Medical Doctors 

mobihealthnews.com - Penn Medicine, a part of the University of Pennsylvania Health System, announced a collaboration with hospital software development company Teqqa this week to develop a new software platform and mo... 

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What Hospitals Can Learn from the Instability of Big Law 

www.beckershospitalreview.com - "Big Med" may be headed down the same path as "Big Law," as national rankings increasingly dictate hospital performance, physicians become mere service providers, and health care undergoes "professio... 

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Hospitals Use Tablets as Extension of Electronic Health Records  
 
www.medpagetoday.com - Some leading hospitals are increasingly turning to tabletsiPads and iPad-like devicesas a way to improve access to patient health records for providers walking the hospital halls. Such devi... 

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U. of Miami Hit with Class Action over Health Records 

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Primary Care Workforce in the United States: Eight Statistics  
 
www.beckershospitalreview.com - The following are eight statistics on the United States' primary care workforce, compiled from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality's fact sheets and reports.

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