Canon Medical Systems USA

  • Hospitals face closures as 'a new day in healthcare' dawns

    Hospitals face closures as 'a new day in healthcare' dawns

    Melanie Evans - ModernHealthCare.com | February 21, 2015


    As hospitals increasingly lose patients to medical care delivered in clinics and home settings, hospital operators are escalating their efforts to shrink capacity. Read More
  • Performance Learning

    Performance Learning

    By Sharon Yoon, Senior Director Training and Education - Toshiba America Medical Systems | February 25, 2015


    Today, the influx of the newly insured is leading to projections of increased spending and revenue, but in an environment where healthcare providers are going to be held more accountable for the quality of care provided. Thus, healthcare providers must not only keep up with the innovations in healthcare practice, science, and technology; they must run high quality operations efficiently and effectively. Read More
  • Tufts Medical School to host medical education hackathon

    Tufts Medical School to host medical education hackathon

    Jessica Bartlett - Boston Business Journal | January 29, 2015


    Medical school can only go so far to prepare future doctors for the world of health care, and developers often have little insight into what technology the medical education system may need to help close that gap. Read More
  • 5 Inspirational TED Talks Every Healthcare Professional Must Watch

    5 Inspirational TED Talks Every Healthcare Professional Must Watch

    By AIMSEDUCATION - MEDCITY News | July 22, 2013


    Healthcare is a dynamic and constantly changing practice. The various ways medical professionals approach and treat diseases are evolving as quickly as ever, especially due to advances in biomedical technology. But it’s not just technological innovation that is revolutionizing the medical field – it’s the ideas from which these innovations are born. The future of medicine has been dictated by the men and women who dare to think outside the box. Read More
  • Ebola In 3-D: A Video Game To Guide Health Care Workers Through A Ward

    Ebola In 3-D: A Video Game To Guide Health Care Workers Through A Ward

    Nsikan Akpann - NPR.com | November 12, 2014


    Could you walk through an Ebola treatment center in Liberia without catching the virus? Soon you may be able to find out from the comfort of your living room. Shift Labs, a Seattle-based tech outfit, has developed a prototype for a video game that could be used to train health workers on duty in West Africa. Read More