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Source: chicago.cbslocal.com --- Thursday, October 20, 2016
(image) The specialized ambulance has a CT scan machine and anti-stroke medications inside. That allows a stroke diagnosis on-the-scene and treatment to begin right away. ...
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Source: chicagomag.com --- Friday, October 07, 2016
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Fri, 07 Oct 2016 04:39:00 GMT
Source: www.bright.md --- Thursday, October 06, 2016
Healthcare Providers Across Country Treating Patients More Efficiently with Bright.md’s Virtual Care Solution Bright.md, developer of a virtual care solution to improve efficiencies and reduce costs in the delivery of care for non-acute conditions, today announced that Greenville Health System (GHS) and Rush University Medical Group are improving patient care with deployments of the SmartExam™ solution. “Healthcare systems across the country are under pressure to keep up with patient demand, while controlling costs, and in the face of a growing physician shortage. At the same time, patients are frustrated with long waits for appointments to treat common illnesses,” said Ray Costantini, MD, co-founder and CEO of Bright.md. “SmartExam helps physicians be more responsive to their patients’ needs, enabling them to diagnose and treat patients in a matter of minutes. We’re unique in our ability to help improve care quality, reduce costs and enhance the patient experience. We look forward to a continued partnership with GHS and Rush, and to providing the technology and support they need to improve patient care.” Bright.md’s cloud-based SmartExam solution acts as a virtual physician assistant, automating large pieces of the care delivery process, and enabling primary care providers to deliver remarkably efficient remote care online. With SmartExam, patients are able to connect with their primary care providers using their home computer or ...