The National Library of Medicine (NLM), on the campus of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, has been a center of information innovation since its founding in 1836. The world’s largest biomedical library, NLM maintains and makes available a vast print collection and produces electronic information resources on a wide range of topics that are searched billions of times each year by millions of people around the globe.
Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, with 40+ branches across the United States, BearCom is America's only nationwide wireless equipment dealer and integrator. We are well-equipped to handle all of your wireless communications requirements, including sales, rentals, and service. Whether you need new two-way radios to empower your mobile workforce or are seeking a complete wireless networking solution to connect your entire campus or facility, BearCom can help.
Founded in 1900 in Brooklyn, New York, DETECTO has a long tradition of manufacturing excellence in the clinical, foodservice, logistics, and retail POS markets. In 1981 the company was acquired by Cardinal Scale Manufacturing Company, based in Webb City, Missouri, where its corporate offices and manufacturing facilities are still located today.
DETECTO is the largest clinical scale manufacturer in the United States. The DETECTO brand is known around the globe for manufacturing the eye-level weighbeam physician scale used in doctor’s offices and clinics all over the world.
Onyx Healthcare Inc. is a professional Medical IT company. Our commitment to our customers is to provide reliable and high quality Medical PC solutions. In a short time, Onyx has grown to be one of the leaders in the professional Hospital / Clinical IT market under the brand "ONYX." We provide a full line of medical products such as Medical Computing Stations, Medical Panel PCs, Bedside Infotainment System, Nursing Carts, and MTA (Mobile Telecare Assistant) systems.
Communication—or more accurately, miscommunication—is killing more patients per year than breast cancer, car crashes, gun violence and the opioid epidemic combined.
Communication is the most important tool we have in healthcare. With all the advancements over the years, why are we still faxing, paging and using handheld radios and phones? When was the last time you paged a buddy or emergently faxed a grocery list? Yet we use these pieces of archaic technology when time matters.
A 7.1-magnitude earthquake on Tuesday leveled buildings, homes, and government centers across the city. At one partially flattened school, the hunt for dozens of missing children captivated the nation.