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5 Observations about EMR Integration and Interoperability

EMR IntegrationIt’s no secret that information technology is quickly becoming one of the most important components of the healthcare system, and device interoperability with the EMR is undoubtedly a key piece of the HIT puzzle. Here are five observations about EMR integration and interoperability that should help shed some light on the importance and complexity of this issue.

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Love Lowers BP and Healthcare Costs

Love Lowers BPAh, love. Valentines Day brings it front and center – roses, candy, and sentiments to loved ones. Aside from the moments of terror and corresponding spike in blood pressure that can be brought on by the realization that you have forgotten to plan for this celebration, the emotion of love can be of invaluable help in reducing stress and blood pressure.

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Top 5 Blog Posts of 2012

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As we look forward to the coming new year, we wanted to take a moment to look back at the most popular posts from this year. We'd like to wish all of our friends and followers of Blog@SunTech a Happy Holidays and safe New Year. Unless claims that the end of the world is upon us are true, we'll see you next year!

  1. You're Doing It Wrong: New Study on BP Measurement
  2. Top 7 Reasons You Should Be Using Automated Blood Pressure for Cardiac Stress Testing
  3. Determining BP Device Accuracy: Who Has It Right
  4. 5 Myths About Vital Signs Automation and EHR's
  5. 3 Things to Consider When Measuring Your BP at a Kiosk
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Should Manual BP Get the Boot

Manual BP MeasurementThere's a bit of a debate going on in October's issue of the Journal of Hypertension about the best way to measure blood pressure. Everyone agrees that it should be done using a cuff placed over the brachial artery, but the similarities sort of end there.

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Increasing Time Between BP Screenings: Not Such a Dynamite Idea

DynamiteMost folks being treated for hypertension are quite familiar with routine BP measurement because their doctor measures and discusses their blood pressure data with them at almost every visit. Many patients will even monitor their own BP at home on a regular basis. Shucks, even people with completely normal BP (<120mmHg systolic, <70mmHg diastolic) are never surprised when a nurse slaps a BP cuff on their arm anytime they visit a doctor's office. Taking BP has simply become 'par for the course' during most any clinical office visit for just about everyone.

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