Chip Means

Chip Means is Manager of Digital Operations at HIMSS Media. Follow Chip on Twitter @chipmedia and Google+.

By Chip Means 03:22 pm August 28, 2009
The Maggiore della Carita in Novara, Italy will install a radiology information system and picture archiving solution to facilitate data sharing with Galliate Hospital.
By Chip Means 02:48 pm August 28, 2009
A cardiograph designed for intuitive use and enhanced clinical decision support will be on display at the European Society of Cardiology's 2009 Congress, August 29 through Sept. 2.
By Chip Means 11:40 am August 13, 2009
The demands of the National Health Service's ambitious information technology projects have led one Scotland-based trust to merge its multi-site helpdesk systems into a central location.
By Chip Means 03:50 pm August 07, 2009
Mobile computing devices for clinical use are the focus of the August 2009 Product Spotlight.
By Chip Means 09:38 am July 23, 2009
Gematik, Germany's Society for Telematic Applications of the Health Card, has approved vendor ICW's Healthcare Connector for online use in test regions for the country's patient health cards.
By Chip Means 09:19 am July 15, 2009
The European Commission's 7th Framework Programme has directed EUR3 million to a research project to investigate patient safety and care quality standards at European hospitals.
By Chip Means 09:06 am July 15, 2009
Thirty-seven hospitals and 300 clinics in South Africa will implement hospital information systems as part of an initiative to deliver EHRs to all patients in the Gauteng province.
By Chip Means 10:40 am July 14, 2009
A flurry of orders for its cassette-sized wireless X-ray device have led vendor Carestream to project growing interest in the new device across European healthcare facilities.
By Chip Means 03:15 pm July 08, 2009
Web-based patient administration systems have been installed at more than 30 hospitals throughout Australia and New Zealand. The hospitals hope to improve patient flow with the help of the IT systems from vendor iSoft.
By Chip Means 09:29 am July 02, 2009
The July 2009 Product Spotlight shows how hospital infusion pumps are starting to get a little smarter with the expansion of wireless access and increased emphasis on closed loop pharmacy.

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