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We understand that the supplies and equipment that come along with a medically-fragile child can be a bit overwhelming. One way to help streamline your ordering and ensure you consistently have necessary stock of emergency items on hand is to start off by organizing all of your supplies. In this video PHS offers our tips and insight after more than 20 years of homecare and helping other families set up their supplies in the home.
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When you or a loved one become seriously ill, hospitals can offer immediate medical care. Their goal is to help you recover, and return to your normal activities. As your hospital stay comes to an end, a relative or hospital staff member may identify a need for Home Health Care to assist in your recovery. The staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Home Care can provide the professional and compassionate attention you need. Texas Health Resources 1-877-THR-WELL www.TexasHealth.org
July 9, 2009 Bethesda, MD Objectives: 1. Discuss common challenges posed and gaps revealed by the ongoing H1N1 public health challenge. 2. Describe novel strategies employed to both respond to H1N1 and mitigate the impact of recommended response measures. 3. Identify opportunities to improve the readiness of state governments to respond in the fall. More H1N1 (Swine) flu and seasonal flu info at www.flu.gov Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy www.newmedia.hhs.gov
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www.lockergnome.com – One of the nicest things about living in a wireless world is that it’s fairly clutter free. Where we once had trip-inducing tentacles of cables cross-crossing the house, now we just enjoy our technology through the air — like magic! But if you’re still stuck in the wired world, here’s how you can catch up with the rest of us. You can watch the entire live TLDR episode here: youtu.be www.lockergnome.com profiles.google.com twitter.com www.facebook.com
This video series provides a recap of Verizon’s presence at HIMSS 2012. Day One features comments from Verizon’s Dr. Peter Tippett, and Duke University’s Dr. Kevin Schulman. Hear about health care ecosystem enablement, and the role of wireless apps and mobility in cost and quality transformation.
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Telestream Streams Live from NAB Show with Wirecast www.telestream.net Telestream LIVE to stream breaking NAB show news and interviews with live streaming experts from Las Vegas using Wirecast live video production and streaming software Nevada City, California, March 28, 2012 — Telestream®, the leading provider of digital media tools and workflow solutions, announced that it will use its Wirecast® live video production and streaming software to broadcast live news and interviews from the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas. Telestream LIVE will be produced and streamed to the web from Telestream booth SL1405 at the Las Vegas Convention Center on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 17 and 18, starting at 10:00 am Pacific Time each day. Steve Garfield, author of Get Seen: Online Video Secrets to Building Your Business, and a video blogging pioneer, will host the live webcasts. “We’re glad to bring Telestream LIVE back to NAB and to be able to bring online video personality, Steve Garfield, to host the show this year,” said Barbara DeHart, VP of marketing at Telestream. “We have an exciting line up of guests and news to bring to our viewers. Telestream LIVE will allow us to share the excitement of the show with those who are unable to be there in person.” In addition to breaking news from the show floor, Telestream LIVE will feature interviews with Telestream executives and product managers announcing exciting new video transcoding products and …
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John Sculley Talks About the Next Great Frontier: Digital Health Speaker: John Sculley, Director, Audax Health, Former CEO, Apple and PepsiCo Intro: Jill Gilbert, Producer, Digital Health Summit
www.waspbarcode.com The Wasp WWS450H 2D wireless healthcare barcode scanner is designed with healthcare environments in mind, allowing medical staff to treat patients efficiently and without errors. Built-in antimicrobial technology provides a level of protection against odor-and-stain causing bacteria. http Combined with versatility and efficiency, the WWS450H makes it easy to read 1D and 2D barcodes while staying connected wirelessly. Simply plug the USB adapter (or optional PS2, RS232) into a PC and the scanned barcode data is instantly and accurately transmitted back to your base from up to 160 feet away. Plus, the added buffer memory allows you to hold 256 scans, so you’ll never need to worry about being out of range. With an ergonomic form factor and antimicrobial protection, the WWS450H is comfortable to use for prolonged periods and will continue to fight bacteria for the lifetime of the scanner. The WWS450H offers a disinfectant-friendly housing to protect from alcohol cleaning, preventing discoloration, corrosion, and hardware malfunction. For more information on our Healthcare 2D Barcode Scanner, and our other barcoding solutions, please visit – www.waspbarcode.com