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Emergency Medicine

When is the right time for nasal high flow therapy?
Insights from Chris Hutchinson, director of clinical affairs at Fisher & Paykel Healthcare
What are the biggest challenges for connected healthcare projects?

Healthcare professionals give their views in direct interviews and in survey responses to this and other key questions, in the new report from Beecham Research

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Four reasons Tampa General added portable MR
Provides unique advantages for treating COVID-19 patients
COVID-19 overwhelming hospital capacity in US, says HHS
Close to 700 hospitals are at over 90% capacity
British patient in overcrowded ED dies due to wrong CT scan being read
Error was due to slow computer system and overcrowded emergency department
Dual-energy CT adds value to routine interpretations of imaging studies
Reduces downstream imaging and associated costs
CMS proposes new rule for faster Medicare coverage of FDA-approved breakthrough devices
Allows beneficiaries access to more devices for life-threatening conditions
Philips loses ventilator contract with the US Department of Health
The contract charged five times as much per ventilator as a previous agreement
New method may enable splitting ventilators between two patients
Could be used beyond COVID-19 for acute disaster surge capacity or on a battlefield
Early makeshift hospitals for COVID-19 patients didn’t go as planned
As new ones open up across the country, states hope to do better this time
ED visits dropped as much as over 60% in March: study
May be due to people avoiding hospitals out of fear of contracting COVID-19
Emergency visits still down but slowly moving to pre-COVID levels
With utilization down, efficiency improves, as the ED focuses on high-acuity cases
CDC study records drop in ER visits for heart attack, chest pain during pandemic
Suggests greater fear of catching COVID-19 than having a heart attack
Kaiser Permanente data sheds light on COVID-19 hospitalizations
More than 40% of patients admitted to ICU
Chest X-rays in the ER identify COVID-19 severity in adult patients
Could indicate who requires hospitalization and intubation
Remote patient monitoring in the era of COVID-19
Repurposing stroke monitoring tools to fight the coronavirus
New Nightingale Hospital in London gets first patients
Will house up to 4,000 beds with ventilators and oxygen in 80 wards, with as many as 25,000 medical staffers
GE to boost ventilator production amid surge in coronavirus patients
Production will take place 'round-the-clock'
Healthcare providers ask Congress for $100 billion for coronavirus fight
Request comes as scope of crisis becomes clearer and stockpiles of protective gear deplete

Emergency Medicine Features In Print

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Going mobile: A new wave of transport logistics management

Providers search for a balance between improving efficiency and not compromising patient care

Best of 2016: thought leaders honored by health care associations

A few of the individuals who earned high praise this year

ICU – Clinical decision support and telemedicine may save money

Patients generate 100 data points per hour

Research charities thoroughly before making your donations

Even in the spirit of giving, there is no substitute for due diligence

Deinstallation: It always looks easier on paper!

A checklist never hurts when planning and executing a major project

The mobile medical imaging market is expanding amid hospital budget pressures

A growth period for flexible imaging options