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HCA Recognized by Computerworld for Innovative Cancer Navigation System

We’re excited to share that HCA has been named a 2013 Laureate in IDG’s Computerworld Honors Program for a Cancer Navigation Solution to better care for cancer patients throughout treatment. The solution was developed jointly by HCA Information Technology and Services (IT&S) and Sarah Cannon, HCA’s global cancer service line. 

Wounded Warrior Brian Sellers Continues Service at North Florida Regional

Brian Sellers is a Registered Nurse in the ER at North Florida Regional Hospital. Before his time at North Florida, Brian served our country overseas in the Middle East. During his service, Brian was injured by a large explosion that left him unable to speak. Luckily, he received immediate attention and eventually made a full recovery.

The Secret Behind Great Technology Deployments Is Not Great Technology

As technology continues to become more mobile and social, we marvel at the advancements of the last few years. Technology is crossing into areas we once thought only possible in comic books and science fiction movies. And yet the success of these technologies still comes down to that age-old key success factor:  great people.

HCA Named One of the World’s Most Ethical Companies

We’re proud to share that HCA has been named as one of the world’s most ethical companies by the Ethisphere Institute for the fourth year in a row. This recognition really highlights our more than 200,000 employees and their dedication and commitment to compassionate patient care and fairness.

Patient Safety Awareness Week 2013

This week marked the start of Patient Safety Awareness Week 2013.  This year’s theme, Patient Safety 7/365: 7 days of recognition, 365 days of commitment to safe care, reinforces the ongoing attention to patient safety by every care giver.

The Impact of Smart Mobile Devices on Healthcare Delivery

In the last few years, there has been an explosion of technological development in our everyday lives – how we decide where to eat and book restaurants reservations to the types of devices we can use to video chat with our loved ones in different cities.

All in the Family at Trident Health

Registered nurse Robin Workman is a natural care giver. But she didn’t always know that she would be a nurse. That big decision came after serving a few years in the Air Force

4,000 Year Old Egyptian Mummy Goes Under Digital Knife

What do you get when you combine modern medical technology with a 4,000 year old historical artifact? You gain access to a unique perspective of history that few people get to experience. Tjeby is a 4,000 year old Egyptian mummy at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond.

A Proud Moment for Rose Medical Center

On Feb. 7, I had one of the proudest moments of my nursing career – accepting an award on behalf of the nursing staff at Rose Medical Center.

Effort to Reduce Healthcare-associated Infections is Working

There is compelling news this week that the national effort to reduce healthcare-associated Infections (HAIs) is working. The report from the Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) infection tracking system, the National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN), contains data from more than 11,500 healthcare facilities.

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