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Using Customization and Innovation to Improve Maternal-Fetal Wellbeing  

Pamela RuizChief Business Development Officer At Global Digital Week 2022, Pamela Ruiz, Chief Business Development Officer at Inteleos, invited organizations to collaborate to advance global healthcare in under-resourced communities   View the Presentation from Global Digital Week 2022   Inteleos' Work As a global nonprofit organization, we provide [...]

Using Customization and Innovation to Improve Maternal-Fetal Wellbeing  2022-05-24T15:50:15-04:00

OKRs Offer Nonprofits a Better Approach to Goal-Setting Success

By Juan Sanchez The most successful organizations are able to collectively identify and engage around measurable goals. Many of them utilize objectives and key results (OKRs) to achieve these top priorities. OKRs are a goal-setting system first pioneered by Andy Grove at Intel in the mid-1970s and then by [...]

OKRs Offer Nonprofits a Better Approach to Goal-Setting Success2022-05-10T13:26:12-04:00

What Does the Future of Certification Look Like

By Leah Jolly, RVT, Raymond Russell, III, MD, PhD, FACC, MASNC Artificial intelligence and other emerging technological advances may transform health-care certification, potentially improving access to best practice standards, increasing provider engagement, and bolstering collaboration. As we look to the future of medical certifications, we see a space stacked [...]

What Does the Future of Certification Look Like2022-04-11T15:57:03-04:00

Addressing the MRI and CT Adoption Gap in Cardiovascular Imaging Certification

By Amit R. Patel, MD, FACC, FSCMR, FSCCT While nuclear cardiac imaging and echocardiography have been the mainstays of cardiovascular imaging modalities, MRI and CT offer cardiologists additional diagnostic tools that could improve outcomes in patients with heart disease. For example, advances in coronary CT technology allow for novel [...]

Addressing the MRI and CT Adoption Gap in Cardiovascular Imaging Certification2022-03-10T13:15:12-05:00

Understanding the Value of Standardization in the Future of Medicine

Heather Richoux, RDMS, RDCS, Chair, Inteleos Much more than a minimum bar to meet, standardization is our foundation for elevating the level of care and outcomes for all patients. No matter one’s profession, expertise, or experience level in a given field, standardization sets a baseline of knowledge we can [...]

Understanding the Value of Standardization in the Future of Medicine2022-01-28T18:47:42-05:00

The Democratization of Ultrasound

By Michael Lilly, MD, RPVI, RVT The pandemic has accelerated an already rapid evolution in the use of point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) across the healthcare industry. While COVID-19 sparked a surge in POCUS usage among emergency room and intensive care settings, the technology was already spreading across most clinical applications [...]

The Democratization of Ultrasound2022-01-28T18:30:00-05:00

How COVID-19 Has Inspired Changes in Healthcare

December 3, 2021 -- Tricia Turner, RDMS, RVT, David Dawson, MD, RPVI, RVT -- There isn't a person that hasn't been impacted by the pandemic, but what we can do is grow from the challenges we face and share what we've learned along the way. The past year has [...]

How COVID-19 Has Inspired Changes in Healthcare2021-12-15T14:47:19-05:00

How Medical Certification Supports Health Care Professionals

COVID-19 has been devastating for many, but particularly for frontline health care professionals charged with keeping millions safe. Shockingly, however, thousands of health care professionals have been furloughed during the pandemic. If health care jobs are eliminated or reassigned out of patient care activities during the world’s most devastating [...]

How Medical Certification Supports Health Care Professionals2021-12-04T10:47:43-05:00

New Inteleos Survey Suggests Many Enhanced COVID Protocols Are Here to Stay for Medical Practices and Patient Care

ROCKVILLE, Md., Nov. 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- A recent survey from Inteleos, a non-profit community of certified medical professionals, found that patient care standards improved over the last 18 months due to operational efficiencies implemented during the pandemic. The survey of over 500 medical professionals focused on how COVID-19 impacted [...]

New Inteleos Survey Suggests Many Enhanced COVID Protocols Are Here to Stay for Medical Practices and Patient Care2021-12-04T10:50:47-05:00

Miniaturized Ultrasound Technology: Taking Advantage of Accessibility, Not Compromising Quality of Care

June 18, 2021 | Much like other technology devices, medical equipment is getting smaller. Ultrasound machines, for example, are no longer forced to live on carts that are pushed from examination room to examination room. Many can now fit in the palm of your hand and operate through Smart Phones. [...]

Miniaturized Ultrasound Technology: Taking Advantage of Accessibility, Not Compromising Quality of Care2021-12-04T10:51:33-05:00
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