By Arundhati Parmar | Med City News | October 28, 2019
Uber and Cerner jointly announced on Monday that Uber’s app will now directly integrate into Cerner’s electronic health record so that care teams will be able to schedule patients for pick-up …
By Josh Baxt | MedCity News | October 28, 2019
3D printing is slowly making its way into the life sciences. One example is Carbon, which has developed a 3D-printed elastomeric, bioabsorbable material, which does the job and then disappears.
Google has been no stranger to the industry’s rush to bring artificial intelligence software to healthcare—with programs in diabetic retinopathy, electronic patient records and cancer-seeking CT scans—but now they’re looking to supply the hardware, too.
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