ECRI

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Hospitals' New Issue: A 'Glut' of Machines Making Alarm Sounds - Slashdot

Alarms have ranked as one of the top 10 health technological hazards every year since 2007, according to the research firm ECRI Institute. The Joint Commission, which accredits ...

discovered 4 months ago on Slashdot
Medical device failures brought to light now bolster lawsuits and research

Lorraine Bonner felt as though she was the only one. The surgical staples used to seal her colon...

discovered 4 months ago on Miami Herald
United Imaging Sends a Big Message with New Launches, Collaborations

HOUSTON, Dec. 1, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- United Imaging, a global leader in advanced medical imaging...

discovered 4 months ago on PR Newswire via Yahoo Finance
Have a Better Hospital Stay

One of the most effective ways to prevent post-hospital syndrome is to have someone with you to be your advocate and helper, says Karen Schoelles, M.D.,...

discovered 4 months ago on Consumer Reports via Yahoo News
"I feel like I’m in jail": Hospital alarms torment patients

Intended to keep patients safe alerting nurses to potential problems, they also create a riot of...

discovered 4 months ago on Salon.com
Winning numbers drawn in 'Mega Millions' game

ATLANTA (AP) — The winning numbers in Tuesday evening's drawing of the "Mega Millions" game were:

discovered 4 months ago on The Bradford Era
Missing Californians found dead at Pennsylvania rest stop

NEWBURG, Pa. (AP) — Two people who had been reported missing in California have been found dead at a Pennsylvania rest stop.

discovered 4 months ago on The Bradford Era
Gas company to appeal pipeline rejection to Supreme Court

WYOMISSING, Pa. (AP) — A gas company whose bid to build a natural gas pipeline through parts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey was rejected in court says it will appeal

discovered 4 months ago on The Bradford Era
GE to close Georgia plant, move work to Pennsylvania

WAYNESBORO, Ga. (AP) — An eastern Georgia industrial plant will close by the end of 2020, laying off up to 200 workers.

discovered 4 months ago on The Bradford Era
Kuwaiti Court convicts Bryn Mawr woman of embezzlement

LOWER MERION—Marsha Lazareva continues to fight for her freedom in Kuwait. “Her team, of course,...

discovered 4 months ago on The Bradford Era
Two medical watchdogs are joining forces in the Philly suburbs to create a big international...

The ECRI Institute receives most of its funding from members, including hospitals, the U.S....

discovered 4 months ago on Philly.com
ECRI Institute and Institute for Safe Medication Practices Join Forces to Enhance Patient Safety

Leaders of ECRI Institute and the Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP) today announced a...

discovered 4 months ago on PR Newswire via Yahoo Finance
Google Collecting Medical Data on Millions Without Informing Patients or Doctors | naked capitalism

The Wall Street Journal has broken an important story on Google’s foray into the medical arena. Without notifying patients or doctors, much the less obtaining their consent, the search giant ...

discovered 4 months ago on Naked Capitalism
Dem women make lots of history in Tuesday election

When voters picked Nusrat Rashid and Monica Taylor for victories Tuesday, they did more than select a judge and county councilwoman. In January, when...

discovered 4 months ago on The Bradford Era
Speakers implore Pennsylvania House panel to grow film tax credit program

The upcoming Fred Rogers biopic, “You Are My Friend,” starring Tom Hanks, has been a benefactor of...

discovered 4 months ago on The Bradford Era
Surveillance: Forward-Looking Data Up, Achuthan Says (Podcast)

George Bory, Wells Fargo Securities Head of Fixed Income Research, says the current,...

discovered 4 months ago on Bloomberg
ECRI Institute Opposes Proposed Ban of Ethylene Oxide (EtO) Sterilization Operations

ECRI Institute, the nation's leading independent, non-profit patient safety organization, opposes a...

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