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Hospitals look to Big Data to improve intensive care outcomes

Critical Care SmartBrief | Jun 30, 2015

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Johns Hopkins Medicine are among the institutions mining and analyzing large data sets to avoid complications and improve outcomes among intensive care patients. Researchers are combining disparate data sets to find correlations and identify trouble spots as well as solutions. The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (06/25)


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Critical Care SmartBrief | Jun 26, 2015

Central-line infections cut using IHI protocol, study says

Critical Care SmartBrief | Jun 26, 2015

CHG bathing reduced rate of infection in pediatric patients

Critical Care SmartBrief | Jun 30, 2015

OSHA to launch initiative focused on preventing nurse injuries

Critical Care SmartBrief | Jun 26, 2015

Study: Too much time spent on completing infection reports

Critical Care SmartBrief | Jun 30, 2015

Light fixture kills germs without harming people

Critical Care SmartBrief | Jun 30, 2015

Spending bill in House would end funding for AHRQ

Critical Care SmartBrief | Jun 30, 2015

5 ways IT is changing health care

Critical Care SmartBrief | Jun 26, 2015

FDA clears temperature modulation device from Chicago-based firm

Critical Care SmartBrief | Jun 26, 2015


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