It seems that our healthcare system is overdue for an integrity/honesty overhaul. Let’s review how we can begin the process of restoration at the practice and healthcare system levels.
Andrew J Schuman, MD, FAAP
This article will present an overview of the technology involved in scanning documents, reviewing documents, and signing documents, and provide some tips on how to expedite your document workflow.
Every few years I like to speculate about the future of medical technology as well as the future of pediatric practice. Both, you see, are very much intertwined, and in my view the future of pediatric practice looks very good indeed.
In 2007, a joint statement issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American College of Physicians, and the American Osteopathic Association endorsed the patient-centered medical home (PCMH) concept and described how the PCMH can optimize care for patients.
Computer-assisted auscultation (CAA) devices use revolutionary technology developed to acquire, record, and analyze the acoustic signals of the heart. Pediatricians can use CAA software to identify specific heart sounds, including suspected murmurs.
Dr. Andrew Schuman recently sat down with Dr. David Kaelber to discuss the implications of his vastly simplified screening tool for pediatric hypertension.
MacroView Digital Otoscope allows for greater magnification and improved illumination.
PediaPals Wall Decals can be used to decorate a pediatrician's office.
Oralflo Pill Swallowing Cup is designed for pill swallowing-resistant pediatric patients.
Maico Diagnostics Ero-Scan serves as a otoacoustic emission and tympanometry screener.