Tag: EMR

Transparency and Change in the FDA Approval Process

FDA Transparency Initiative, which was launched back in the year 2009, has started achieving the desired results. The main goal of launching the initiative was to make the agency’s decision-making, procedures and actions more transparent and hence, more useful and comprehensible. In other words, it is aimed at disclosing FDA’s information in a controlled manner […]

AI – Will It Hack Us?

Artificial intelligence is a buzzword in the world of medicines and healthcare. Among the top beneficiaries is the field of radiology in which the AI tools have just begun to prove absolutely beneficial in comprehending the diagnostic imaging results for improved decision-making and patient care. At the 2017 meeting of Radiological Society of North America […]

EMR: Good or bad for medicine?

Aesop said that we often despise what’s most useful to us, but Aesop also said that it is possible to have too much of a good thing. Perhaps, no two quotes could be more relevant to how EMRs and EHRs are impacting healthcare workers. What do doctors and nurses really think? What do the numbers […]