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Dignity Health creates joint venture for new $75 million hospital in Laveen
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SOLIC Capital Advisors announces $1 Billion Midwest Hospital Merger

HealthSouth and Mountain States Health Alliance finalize joint venture to operate Quillen Rehabilitation Hospital in Johnson City, Tennessee

Siemens Finances acquisition of Advanced CT Scanner for Pueblo Radiology

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eHealth Revolution
The transformation and strategies Stephen Chu,Adjunct Professor, Multi-Media University, Malaysia
Since the automation of administration and financial functions in the 1950s, the healthcare industry is experiencing a new wave of digitalisation...
Division of Cardiology Department of Internal Medicine, Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol University
Tarinee Tangcharoen, MD, Assistant Professor
She is also the co-treasurer of Thai Society of Cardiac Imaging. Dr. Tangcharoen published more than a dozen of research papers in Cardiac MRI...
Techno Trends  
Wireless Device Technology that treats heart failure without needing patient visit clinic
The technology is first brought into use at the Keck Medicine of USC, Southern California by Dr. David Shavelle post FDA approval...
HealthSouth Corporation plans to invest $30 million to build Rehabilitation Hospital in Murrieta, California
This rehabilitation hospital is said to be built in 54,000-square foot part of 4.8 acres of land located at 35470 Whitewood Road in Murrieta. Construction is expected to begin in the third quarter of 2016.
Research Insights  
The kSORT Assay to Detect Renal Transplant Patients at High Risk for Acute Rejection: Results of the Multicenter AART Study
Development of noninvasive molecular assays to improve disease diagnosis and patient monitoring is a critical need. In renal transplantation, acute rejection (AR) increases the risk for chronic graft injury and failure...
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