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International Business Times

Paper Book Or E-Book? Toddlers Respond To Parents Less When Reading From Tablets

news outletInternational Business Times
Publish DateDecember 02, 2021

Can the type of books that parents use to read to their toddlers affect their interaction? Physical books may yield more verbal interactions than e-books on tablets, a new study has found.

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Becker's Hospital Review

5 big ideas in healthcare innovation

news outletBecker's Hospital Review
Publish DateNovember 30, 2021

From their thoughts on how to implement the right tech-enabled healthcare tools to what sets their digital strategy apart from others, here are five quotes about the role of innovation in healthcare that hospital executives shared with Becker's Hospital Review in November.

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Health Imaging

70% of 'ministroke' patients discharged from ED with incomplete imaging never receive follow-up

news outletHealth Imaging
Publish DateNovember 30, 2021

Transient ischemic attacks, often called ministrokes, may be a warning sign of future health events. Yet many of these patients are not undergoing recommended follow-up imaging, one expert reported Tuesday at RSNA’s annual meeting.

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Denver Gazette

Colorado medical experts approve update to crisis triage plans

news outletDenver Gazette
Publish DateNovember 30, 2021

If overwhelmed, Colorado hospitals would be able to turn away and approve early discharges for patients who are deemed safe to go home and seek care elsewhere, according to a crisis plan finalized by a team of medical experts Monday.

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