Health Information Technology

Health Information Technology (Health Informatics) is a field that deals with the resources, devices, and methods required to optimize the acquisition, storage, retrieval, and use of information in healthcare (source: wikipedia). The following documents will further inform you about the Careers in Health Informatics.

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DA allowed to seek medical records for accused Orange mass shooter – Orange County Register

An Orange County judge is allowing prosecutors to subpoena medical records of a man accused in a mass shooting at a real estate office in Orange, as the court weighs whether the alleged shooter is mentally competent to stand trial. Criminal proceedings against Aminadab Gaxiola Gonzalez are currently suspended while two court-appointed doctors carry out […]

Global Healthcare Provider Population Health Management Software Market 2021 Research Methodology, Manufacturer Analysis, Industry Scope and Forecast to 2026

Global Healthcare Provider Population Health Management Software Market Growth (Status and Outlook) 2021-2026 recently launched by MRInsights.biz gives essential information, objective insights regarding international market trends and leads, competitor analysis, and much more. The report focuses on the entire global Healthcare Provider Population Health Management Software market by providing detailed research of the market. The […]

Halifax police arrest 21 people at two separate ‘illegal gatherings’ Saturday

HALIFAX — Police arrested and charged 21 people on Saturday in relation to two separate illegal gatherings that occurred in Halifax. In a release issued Saturday afternoon, Halifax Regional Police say they responded to a gathering on Citadel Hill, and a gathering in the area of Inglis Street and Tower Road in south end Halifax. […]

Hypertension Control

  APhA Can Help You Help Patients Control Hypertension Using the Pharmacists’ Patient Care Process: A Resource Guide for Pharmacists: CDC developed this guide in partnership with APhA to outline how the Pharmacists’ Patient Care Process can be used to prevent and manage high blood pressure through team-based care.  Methods and Resources for Engaging Pharmacy Partners: […]

BIPOC Manitobans face disproportionate rates of COVID-19 infection, report finds

People of colour in Manitoba have seen disproportionate rates of COVID-19 infections, a new report released by the provincial government found.  Slightly more than half of the people who tested positive for COVID-19 who reported their racial or ethnic identity to case investigators identified as Black, Indigenous, or a person of colour (BIPOC), despite making […]

Lee Health seeking blood donations

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Lee Health is seeking blood donations to help replenish supply levels. All blood donated at Lee Health stays within the health system to care for patients in Southwest Florida. As home to the regions only trauma center, it is vital that the health system’s blood supply remains at healthy levels in […]

Long Harbour man is in a deadly waiting game with Newfoundland and Labrador government over treatment for rare disease | Local | News

LONG HARBOUR, N.L. — Chris Williams’ life has changed dramatically from his younger days. “Oh yes, I can’t do much really,” an out-of-breath Williams said a minute or two into the conversation after picking up the phone this week. This was after Williams had climbed stairs, an activity that is an afterthought for most people […]

Ontario reports 945 new COVID-19 cases, including 17 in greater Kawarthas region

Here’s an update on COVID-19 cases in Ontario as well as in the greater Kawarthas region. Today, Ontario is reporting 945 new cases. However, this total includes only 112 cases for Toronto, due to a data error from Toronto Public Health’s migration to Ontario’s Contact and Case Management system. Toronto Public Health’s actual case count […]

Niagara Region Public Health using text messages for positive COVID-19 notifications

Niagara’s public health department has started using text messaging to notify people who test positive for COVID-19. The service is part of a larger provincial system instituted to provide quicker notification and improve case and contact management to limit spread of the coronavirus, it said in a release Thursday. It will also allow close contacts […]

Whitmer seeks boost in tuition, child care, bridge spending

LANSING, Mich. (AP) – Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is proposing a $67 billion budget that she says would aid the state’s pandemic recovery by solidifying new programs to attend community college for free, expanding child care assistance and boosting local bridge repairs. The Democrat’s annual spending blueprint was unveiled to the Republican-led Legislature on Thursday. […]

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