How a doctor can save smartphone memory: recommendations from Doctor Booster
Doctors who actively use a smartphone are constantly faced with the problem of lack of device memory. Communicating with patients through Messagers, sending and receiving photos or other files from…

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How much does it cost to open a medical center?
Ukrainian health care is now in the stage of active reform. The need for changes is due to the fact that the state is not able to maintain free medicine…

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Buteyko method
Few people know that Konstantin Pavlovich Buteyko, who was born in 1923 in the Kharkov province, in the village of Ivanitsa (now the Sumy region of Ukraine), was not only…

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How to breathe correctly
Not everyone knows how to breathe correctly, because for the majority this issue does not seem to be any serious. Breathe and it's good. However, these questions have troubled people…

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What is a nebulizer
What is a nebulizer and what is its purpose are of interest to many people. Every day more and more new words appear, as a result of which many people…

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How artificial intelligence is used in the development of patient treatment regimens: the US experience

An AI-assisted pneumonia care scheme has already saved a U.S. clinic $1,356 per patient, reduced hospital stays by two days, and significantly reduced hospital return visits.
Flagler Hospital in St. Augustine, Florida is using artificial intelligence to improve the treatment of pneumonia, sepsis and a dozen other costly, high-mortality diseases.

Typically, AI is used by large academic medical centers rather than public hospitals. But Flagler Hospital also decided to use it. Continue reading

In Australia, you can install an IIA, regardless of the size and type of medical business

After reading these disciplines, students go to practice in a clinic (in our college, for example, this happens in the second year), which is attached to the educational institution. There they learn not only to treat people, but also to keep records of clients, fill out electronic medical records. In addition, students periodically work at the reception, where they are taught how to meet patients, answer calls, make appointments for patients, accept payment for services, sell special goods, etc. Also, future therapists should be able to open and close the cash register, check debit with credit, etc.

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Competition between doctors: who wins?
As part of the reform of the healthcare system in Ukraine, the issue of a possible increase in competition between clinics and doctors is being actively discussed. Is this correct?…

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How doctors in the US feel about electronic medical systems: a study
In March of this year, Stanford Medicine, together with The Harris Poll, conducted an interesting study in which they tried to find out exactly how doctors in the United States…

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