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  1. Telemonitoring Offers Home Care Patients Improved Health, Peace Of Mind
    7/15/2005
    Living with a serious medical condition like congestive heart failure (CHF) often means days of uncertainty and fear...
  2. Case Study: Guardian Angel Homes Protects Against Unnecessary Labor Costs Time America
    3/22/2005
    Assisted Living Care Provider Gains Real-time Control of Time and Attendance with Web-based Labor Management
  3. Healthcare Expense Management Experts Release White Paper On Shared Services
    2/8/2005
    “Rapid advances in technology and cuts in Medicare and Medicaid will force healthcare providers to reconfigure their traditional approaches to reign-in expenses”, according to Joe Colonna, CEO of Jackson, NJ based Strategic Initiatives In Healthcare, LLC.
  4. DuPont Corian-Healthcare Case Study
    7/30/2004
    In 1997, Phil Sparks, Facility Manager of Bozeman Deaconess Hospital in Bozeman, Mont. was in search of a solution to a major appearance and maintenance issue.
  5. Case Study: Patient Care Units At Wake Forest
    5/18/2004
    Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Winston- Salem, N.C., is one of the nation's preeminent academic medical centers and provides a range of acute care, rehabilitation and outpatient services. In 2001, the 830- bed facility evaluated whether to replace some of its patient care lavatory fixtures, which were plaguing the facility with ongoing maintenance problems.
  6. Nursing Knowledge International Media Kit
    3/19/2004
    Nursing Knowledge International is devoted to being the single source of information nurses need to better their careers, job performance and patient outcomes.
  7. Case Study: Code Alert Systems
    2/2/2004
    From paperwork to assisting with activities of daily living, caregivers today have more to do than seems physically possible. It is for that reason that creative facilities seek technology to help ease staff loads and increase resident security.
  8. EHOB Brochure
    10/17/2003
    EHOB, Inc. was founded in 1985 by James G. Spahn, M.D., F.A.C.S., based upon an interest in soft tissue research and product development.
  9. ON CALL Mobility Alert
    4/30/2003
    The new EHOB ON CALL Mobility Alert aids the caregiver in preventing falls and injuries of the critically ill or those confined to a bed or a chair...
  10. WAFFLE® Advanced Support System Technology Clinical Report from EHOB
    4/30/2003
    Thirty patients were evaluated; forty-nine pressure ulcers were monitored. The average nmber of days each ulcer was monitored on the WAFFLE Advanced Support System was 67.8 days. The statistics presented are random, unbiased, and based solely on data collected and reported by clinicians across the United States. The trends identified were that existing pressure ulcers either healed or made improvement, none worsened, and new pressure ulcers did not develop...