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Phillips HealthCare

Philips Healthcare generated $11.2 billion in sales from its healthcare products in 2010, ranking in the 6th largest medical devices company in the world. With a focus on cardiology and oncology, ...

GE Healthcare

Ranked as the third largest medical device company in the world (based on annual sales), GE Healthcare generates $16 billion in sales each year. GEs' area of expertise is the imaging that is i...

The Top 10 Medical Device Companies

Medical devices are crucial to the process of diagnosis and treatment in modern medicine. Sales in this field reach billions of dollar a year, with Johnson & Johnson making $30 billion alone in ...

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More Than 20 Million Children Still Lack Healthcare Access

A large number of children in the United States still experience several barriers to getting access to healthcare, according to a new report from Children’s Health Fund (CHF). The new report, “Unf...

Empowering ASD Children Within the Healthcare Environment

How can clinicians help improve the healthcare experience for autistic children and their caregivers? Pediatric Nursing

Survey: 25% of Healthcare Organizations Are Putting Patient Data at Risk in the Public Cloud

25 percent of healthcare organizations are not using any form of encryption in the public cloud, according to workload security provider HyTrust’s latest Healthcare Cloud Survey. The Cloud Ad...

Female Health Company completes Aspen Park merger, rebrands as Veru Healthcare

Michael JohnsenVeru Healthcare will manage the pharma and consumer health divisions and The Female Health Company will manage the global Public Health sector FC2 business. read more

Corporal punishment is still legal (and used) in US public schools in 19 states

More than 160,000 children were disciplined using corporal punishment in public schools in the United States in the 2013-2014 school year, according to data recently released by the U.S. Department of...

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia President and CEO to Discuss Pediatric Healthcare Innovation at 35th Annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference

PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 5, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A longtime innovator in pediatric healthcare, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) announced today that President and CEO Madeline Bell will...

43 percent of U.S. children live in families barely able to afford their most basic needs

Out of all age groups, children are still most likely to live in poverty, according to new research from the National Center for Children in Poverty (NCCP) at Columbia University’s Mailman Schoo...

Princeton University researchers find disparity in hospital admission rates for publicly insured children

Hospitals are less likely to admit children covered by public insurance such as Medicaid than privately insured children with similar symptoms, especially when hospitals beds are scarce.

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'The nice thing about doctors is that you can sometimes get a day off school': an action research study to bring lived experiences from children, parents and hospice staff into medical students' preparation for practice.

Patient and public involvement in healthcare is important to ensure services meet their needs and priorities. Increasingly, patient experiences are being used to educate healthcare professionals. The ...

The importance of family support in pediatrics and its impact on healthcare satisfaction.

To evaluate predictors of healthcare satisfaction for parents whose children received hospital-based healthcare services at the Children's hospital at Landspitali University Hospital.

Evaluating comprehensiveness in children's healthcare.

To evaluate the presence and extent of comprehensiveness in children's healthcare in the context of the Family Health Strategy.

Responsibility for the loss of opportunity in malignant cancer care in the Spanish public healthcare system.

The loss of chance in healthcare has been forcibly introduced in the adjudications pronounced in recent years. Our objective was to analyse the verdicts of guilt resulting from the loss of chance orde...

Children's evaluation of public and private generosity and its relation to behavior: Evidence from China.

This research examined children's evaluation of public and private prosocial giving and whether such evaluation would predict actual behavior. We tested children between 6 and 12 years old (N=192) in ...

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