Tag Archives: healthcare reform

Medicine Man: The Stan Brock Story Last month we highlighted Remote Area Medical (RAM) and the organization’s great work providing free healthcare to those in need around the world. The group’s founder, Stan Brock was also kind enough to provide us with a guest post outlining some of the legal challenges RAM faces when attempting [...]

Philanthropy Spotlight: Remote Area Medical   It’s no secret that access to healthcare is a major issue for many people in this country. With nearly 50 million Americans uninsured, seeing a doctor is often out of the question for a large portion of the country. Regardless of where you stand on the issue of healthcare [...]

Tech Watch: Gaze Puts Eye Tracking to New Uses Today marks the final day of the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, the world’s largest show of its kind. This year boasted a record 3,100 exhibitors showcasing more than 20,000 new products. Over the past four days everyone from tech-geek journalists to suited executives [...]

Eye Care EHR   In July the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s (AAO) Medical Information Technology Committee (MITC) developed a list of important information to be included in electronic health records (EHR) for ophthalmologists. The list of features required in EHR systems is designed to deliver quality patient care, enhance communication between physicians, and meet the [...]