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Specimen Pickup

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 22, 2011, In : medical 
Wouldn't it be nice to have a tab and or app created especially for specimen pickup?  This request is not from a disgruntled employee who is asking for diaper service(we didn't do disposables in my day and  green diapers were unheard of or the ambiguous term was yet to be defined-people were so cool with colors); although I had fun helping out once they finally became the norm. In medical offices you have your different labs that process blood, urine, and other cultures and samples. These lab...
Continue reading ...
 

Making the heart brighter

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 5, 2011, In : medical 
We cannot see or view our heart resulting from it being inside our body.  Like most internal organs a sense of urgency arises out of pain or abnormal feeling.  People walk, exercise and eat healthy but that alone may not be enough to ensure a healthy heart.  Heart technology is not a new science. Pacemakers have been around since the late 1950's. Although, one may had to have been very, very, very well off financially to afford one.  When the heart is ailing there are medications and procedur...
Continue reading ...
 

Cancer Detection Meters

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, November 14, 2010, In : medical 
Cancer is often found to be malignant by tests that expose patients to a certain amount of radiation. This of course does not help ones condition any except to furthur spread the disease and making it more difficult to cure. There certainly exists a dilemma in that what is used to diagnose cancer is often found in the cause of it as well. What is needed is a way to effectively diagnose cancer without harming patients whose bodies do not respond well or tolerate radiation.

DNA meters that are a...
Continue reading ...
 

Infrared Specimen Laboratory

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, September 18, 2010, In : medical 
This system is designed to provide instant results for tests that can be done on a stat basis or for commonly used tests. The infrared system not only enables you to conduct a test within your own office, it will deliver the results to your computer.

The infrared specimen laboratory is a centrifuge that operates with computer based software. The vials used in the centrifuge are designed to assist the computer by being able to obtain results through litmus and infrared connectivity.

The centrif...
Continue reading ...
 

EMR and The Patient

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 12, 2009, In : medical 
A credit report is used by credit card companies to report absentee payment with regards to it's customer base.  This report is used as a reference when one is considering a loan or the purchase of an item. It tells information with regard to a persons credit history, and thus the nature for its use as a factor of approval for any financial request from the applicant.

Patient access EMR should function in the same way. If a physician uses a website or EMR company to create and maintain patient...
Continue reading ...
 

To wear or not to wear?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 25, 2009, In : medical 
Laboratory coats worn by doctors and other medical personnel are donned to establish a professional attire within the medical atmosphere. It is symbolic in that one who wears the coat is bestowed with education and  training to work within the medical profession. The coat or jacket has been worn for approximately 100 years and has most recently come under scrutiny for the germs it carries and transfers from patient to patient.

A debate has arisen, with regard to the elimination of of laborator...
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Specimen Pickup

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 22, 2011, In : medical 
Wouldn't it be nice to have a tab and or app created especially for specimen pickup?  This request is not from a disgruntled employee who is asking for diaper service(we didn't do disposables in my day and  green diapers were unheard of or the ambiguous term was yet to be defined-people were so cool with colors); although I had fun helping out once they finally became the norm. In medical offices you have your different labs that process blood, urine, and other cultures and samples. These lab...
Continue reading ...
 

Making the heart brighter

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 5, 2011, In : medical 
We cannot see or view our heart resulting from it being inside our body.  Like most internal organs a sense of urgency arises out of pain or abnormal feeling.  People walk, exercise and eat healthy but that alone may not be enough to ensure a healthy heart.  Heart technology is not a new science. Pacemakers have been around since the late 1950's. Although, one may had to have been very, very, very well off financially to afford one.  When the heart is ailing there are medications and procedur...
Continue reading ...
 

Cancer Detection Meters

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, November 14, 2010, In : medical 
Cancer is often found to be malignant by tests that expose patients to a certain amount of radiation. This of course does not help ones condition any except to furthur spread the disease and making it more difficult to cure. There certainly exists a dilemma in that what is used to diagnose cancer is often found in the cause of it as well. What is needed is a way to effectively diagnose cancer without harming patients whose bodies do not respond well or tolerate radiation.

DNA meters that are a...
Continue reading ...
 

Infrared Specimen Laboratory

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, September 18, 2010, In : medical 
This system is designed to provide instant results for tests that can be done on a stat basis or for commonly used tests. The infrared system not only enables you to conduct a test within your own office, it will deliver the results to your computer.

The infrared specimen laboratory is a centrifuge that operates with computer based software. The vials used in the centrifuge are designed to assist the computer by being able to obtain results through litmus and infrared connectivity.

The centrif...
Continue reading ...
 

EMR and The Patient

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 12, 2009, In : medical 
A credit report is used by credit card companies to report absentee payment with regards to it's customer base.  This report is used as a reference when one is considering a loan or the purchase of an item. It tells information with regard to a persons credit history, and thus the nature for its use as a factor of approval for any financial request from the applicant.

Patient access EMR should function in the same way. If a physician uses a website or EMR company to create and maintain patient...
Continue reading ...
 

To wear or not to wear?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 25, 2009, In : medical 
Laboratory coats worn by doctors and other medical personnel are donned to establish a professional attire within the medical atmosphere. It is symbolic in that one who wears the coat is bestowed with education and  training to work within the medical profession. The coat or jacket has been worn for approximately 100 years and has most recently come under scrutiny for the germs it carries and transfers from patient to patient.

A debate has arisen, with regard to the elimination of of laborator...
Continue reading ...
 
 

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Specimen Pickup

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 22, 2011, In : medical 
Wouldn't it be nice to have a tab and or app created especially for specimen pickup?  This request is not from a disgruntled employee who is asking for diaper service(we didn't do disposables in my day and  green diapers were unheard of or the ambiguous term was yet to be defined-people were so cool with colors); although I had fun helping out once they finally became the norm. In medical offices you have your different labs that process blood, urine, and other cultures and samples. These lab...
Continue reading ...
 

Making the heart brighter

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 5, 2011, In : medical 
We cannot see or view our heart resulting from it being inside our body.  Like most internal organs a sense of urgency arises out of pain or abnormal feeling.  People walk, exercise and eat healthy but that alone may not be enough to ensure a healthy heart.  Heart technology is not a new science. Pacemakers have been around since the late 1950's. Although, one may had to have been very, very, very well off financially to afford one.  When the heart is ailing there are medications and procedur...
Continue reading ...
 

Cancer Detection Meters

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, November 14, 2010, In : medical 
Cancer is often found to be malignant by tests that expose patients to a certain amount of radiation. This of course does not help ones condition any except to furthur spread the disease and making it more difficult to cure. There certainly exists a dilemma in that what is used to diagnose cancer is often found in the cause of it as well. What is needed is a way to effectively diagnose cancer without harming patients whose bodies do not respond well or tolerate radiation.

DNA meters that are a...
Continue reading ...
 

Infrared Specimen Laboratory

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, September 18, 2010, In : medical 
This system is designed to provide instant results for tests that can be done on a stat basis or for commonly used tests. The infrared system not only enables you to conduct a test within your own office, it will deliver the results to your computer.

The infrared specimen laboratory is a centrifuge that operates with computer based software. The vials used in the centrifuge are designed to assist the computer by being able to obtain results through litmus and infrared connectivity.

The centrif...
Continue reading ...
 

EMR and The Patient

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 12, 2009, In : medical 
A credit report is used by credit card companies to report absentee payment with regards to it's customer base.  This report is used as a reference when one is considering a loan or the purchase of an item. It tells information with regard to a persons credit history, and thus the nature for its use as a factor of approval for any financial request from the applicant.

Patient access EMR should function in the same way. If a physician uses a website or EMR company to create and maintain patient...
Continue reading ...
 

To wear or not to wear?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 25, 2009, In : medical 
Laboratory coats worn by doctors and other medical personnel are donned to establish a professional attire within the medical atmosphere. It is symbolic in that one who wears the coat is bestowed with education and  training to work within the medical profession. The coat or jacket has been worn for approximately 100 years and has most recently come under scrutiny for the germs it carries and transfers from patient to patient.

A debate has arisen, with regard to the elimination of of laborator...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing category "medical" (Show all posts)

Specimen Pickup

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 22, 2011, In : medical 
Wouldn't it be nice to have a tab and or app created especially for specimen pickup?  This request is not from a disgruntled employee who is asking for diaper service(we didn't do disposables in my day and  green diapers were unheard of or the ambiguous term was yet to be defined-people were so cool with colors); although I had fun helping out once they finally became the norm. In medical offices you have your different labs that process blood, urine, and other cultures and samples. These lab...
Continue reading ...
 

Making the heart brighter

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 5, 2011, In : medical 
We cannot see or view our heart resulting from it being inside our body.  Like most internal organs a sense of urgency arises out of pain or abnormal feeling.  People walk, exercise and eat healthy but that alone may not be enough to ensure a healthy heart.  Heart technology is not a new science. Pacemakers have been around since the late 1950's. Although, one may had to have been very, very, very well off financially to afford one.  When the heart is ailing there are medications and procedur...
Continue reading ...
 

Cancer Detection Meters

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, November 14, 2010, In : medical 
Cancer is often found to be malignant by tests that expose patients to a certain amount of radiation. This of course does not help ones condition any except to furthur spread the disease and making it more difficult to cure. There certainly exists a dilemma in that what is used to diagnose cancer is often found in the cause of it as well. What is needed is a way to effectively diagnose cancer without harming patients whose bodies do not respond well or tolerate radiation.

DNA meters that are a...
Continue reading ...
 

Infrared Specimen Laboratory

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, September 18, 2010, In : medical 
This system is designed to provide instant results for tests that can be done on a stat basis or for commonly used tests. The infrared system not only enables you to conduct a test within your own office, it will deliver the results to your computer.

The infrared specimen laboratory is a centrifuge that operates with computer based software. The vials used in the centrifuge are designed to assist the computer by being able to obtain results through litmus and infrared connectivity.

The centrif...
Continue reading ...
 

EMR and The Patient

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 12, 2009, In : medical 
A credit report is used by credit card companies to report absentee payment with regards to it's customer base.  This report is used as a reference when one is considering a loan or the purchase of an item. It tells information with regard to a persons credit history, and thus the nature for its use as a factor of approval for any financial request from the applicant.

Patient access EMR should function in the same way. If a physician uses a website or EMR company to create and maintain patient...
Continue reading ...
 

To wear or not to wear?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 25, 2009, In : medical 
Laboratory coats worn by doctors and other medical personnel are donned to establish a professional attire within the medical atmosphere. It is symbolic in that one who wears the coat is bestowed with education and  training to work within the medical profession. The coat or jacket has been worn for approximately 100 years and has most recently come under scrutiny for the germs it carries and transfers from patient to patient.

A debate has arisen, with regard to the elimination of of laborator...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing category "medical" (Show all posts)

Specimen Pickup

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 22, 2011, In : medical 
Wouldn't it be nice to have a tab and or app created especially for specimen pickup?  This request is not from a disgruntled employee who is asking for diaper service(we didn't do disposables in my day and  green diapers were unheard of or the ambiguous term was yet to be defined-people were so cool with colors); although I had fun helping out once they finally became the norm. In medical offices you have your different labs that process blood, urine, and other cultures and samples. These lab...
Continue reading ...
 

Making the heart brighter

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 5, 2011, In : medical 
We cannot see or view our heart resulting from it being inside our body.  Like most internal organs a sense of urgency arises out of pain or abnormal feeling.  People walk, exercise and eat healthy but that alone may not be enough to ensure a healthy heart.  Heart technology is not a new science. Pacemakers have been around since the late 1950's. Although, one may had to have been very, very, very well off financially to afford one.  When the heart is ailing there are medications and procedur...
Continue reading ...
 

Cancer Detection Meters

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, November 14, 2010, In : medical 
Cancer is often found to be malignant by tests that expose patients to a certain amount of radiation. This of course does not help ones condition any except to furthur spread the disease and making it more difficult to cure. There certainly exists a dilemma in that what is used to diagnose cancer is often found in the cause of it as well. What is needed is a way to effectively diagnose cancer without harming patients whose bodies do not respond well or tolerate radiation.

DNA meters that are a...
Continue reading ...
 

Infrared Specimen Laboratory

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, September 18, 2010, In : medical 
This system is designed to provide instant results for tests that can be done on a stat basis or for commonly used tests. The infrared system not only enables you to conduct a test within your own office, it will deliver the results to your computer.

The infrared specimen laboratory is a centrifuge that operates with computer based software. The vials used in the centrifuge are designed to assist the computer by being able to obtain results through litmus and infrared connectivity.

The centrif...
Continue reading ...
 

EMR and The Patient

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 12, 2009, In : medical 
A credit report is used by credit card companies to report absentee payment with regards to it's customer base.  This report is used as a reference when one is considering a loan or the purchase of an item. It tells information with regard to a persons credit history, and thus the nature for its use as a factor of approval for any financial request from the applicant.

Patient access EMR should function in the same way. If a physician uses a website or EMR company to create and maintain patient...
Continue reading ...
 

To wear or not to wear?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 25, 2009, In : medical 
Laboratory coats worn by doctors and other medical personnel are donned to establish a professional attire within the medical atmosphere. It is symbolic in that one who wears the coat is bestowed with education and  training to work within the medical profession. The coat or jacket has been worn for approximately 100 years and has most recently come under scrutiny for the germs it carries and transfers from patient to patient.

A debate has arisen, with regard to the elimination of of laborator...
Continue reading ...