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For hospitals throughout the country, reducing hospital noise is becoming a priority for health care administrators.
If it’s not, it should be.
For several years, evidence continues to show that hospitals are not quiet places. Places of healing, yes; seabeds of tranquility, no. But why is Gandhi smiling?
Topics: Reducing hospital noise
Want a really killer talk track for the next obligatory benefit/fundraiser your spouse drags… er, uh…invites you to attend?
Try this one while chewing a cud of cheese and mystery meat between sips of warm wine: “You know, what impressed me was their wireless temperature sensors are NIST traceable.”
That should light a fire in the room. (It certainly will once your spouse gets wind of it.)
Topics: Wireless temperature monitoring
When you’re dealing with children and vaccines, good enough just won’t do.
That’s why Hancock Physician Network, a full-service system of health care providers under the umbrella of Hancock Regional Hospital in Greenfield, Indiana, chose two best-in-class companies to protect its vaccines, including those administered under the federal Vaccine for Children program.
A lot has happened since the good doctor Clifford noodled-up the first analog thermometer in the 19th century.
There's that little incident at Kitty Hawk where man broke the bonds of gravity leading to a Moon Shot or two; the splitting of an atom that changed the way we see ourselves; and a host of other inventions, discoveries and revolutions from industrial to digital.