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Industry Expert Articles

HVAC Systems in Healthcare: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You! By: Christopher Roman C.E.M.

Mr. Roman writes, HVAC air distribution systems use air-handling units designed to deliver clean, and tempered air to a specific space with the proper temperatures and relative humidity requirements met before the air is delivered. Read on to learn of it's importance.

Early, Accurate Alzheimer’s Disease Diagnosis Critical for Avoiding the Often-Devastating Impact of Misdiagnosis- By Frank Amato, President and CEO, SYNAPS Dx

Mr. Frank Amato writes, "New methods of diagnosis are needed now more than ever. The most promising breakthrough for identifying Alzheimer's Disease is an autopsy-confirmed, minimally invasive skin test to support clinicians’ definitive diagnosis of AD vs. other forms of dementia. This test has the potential to help patients and families get the right support or treatment path for improved quality of life. Learn more.

Interview with Dan Goldberger, CEO and Director at electroCore

Medical Device News Magazine had an opportunity to interview Mr. Dan Goldberger, CEO, & Director at electroCore who explains the uniqueness of GammaCore and how it differs from prescription medications and IV treatments for migraines.

The Hospital at Home: A New Approach to Patient Care – By Stuart Long, CEO of InfoBionic

Mr. Long writes, "The Hospital at Home model of healthcare gives patients more freedom of choice and autonomy over their own health and treatment decisions." Read his expert views.

Technology Helps Diabetes Patients Lower Their A1C – By Sid Bala President of Calcium

In the United States alone, almost 40 million people with diabetes face severe health risks due to accompanying chronic conditions like heart disease, stroke, and kidney failure. There is an APP that guides diabetics through easy-to-follow pathways that contribute to increased compliance with their care team’s plan, and most importantly, improved outcomes.

INWED: Shining a Light on Women in Engineering – By Joanne Lucas, Culture & Inclusion Lead at WMFTS

"Women in engineering face unique barriers that block their entry and progression in the engineering field including discrimination, a lack of role models, and a company culture that doesn’t accommodate other life commitments and events. Joanne Lucas, Culture and Inclusion Lead at WMFTS shares her views.

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