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Welcome to this 21st day of October, 12-years into the 21st century. I wish to thank all my online readers and radio listeners for their continued support. For today's talk, I will discuss many items having to do with our technology for domestic purposes; entertainment, safety, education, and personal communication. It all matters and it is changing the way...
Online teaching is such a great opportunity that you might be wondering why more teachers don't teach online in their spare time. Teaching is a rewarding career but sometimes it is difficult to make ends meet on a teacher's salary. There are many opportunities for teachers to earn a little income on the side and online teaching is one of...
You, as an inexperienced teacher, should begin with simple technology, slowly. You need to adopt the 'KISS' principle, i.e. 'Keep it simple, stupid.' Keep away from the 'complicated teaching aids' that a more advanced technology represents. That said, it is important to realize that no form of technology is the 'be all and end all' for a teacher. A teacher...
The great thing about technology classes in your homeschool is that there is no limit to the kinds of skills your child can learn! If your child is already good at computers, then they can get a technology credit in one of two ways. First, you can expand and use the skills they have on real technology work. If they...
While hospitals provide healthcare services to the public, they are also in the business of making profits, like any other businesses. Naturally, they want the cost of operating medical technology to be as low as possible, especially when it involves expensive technology. When equipment malfunctions, it means downtime and the inability to treat or diagnose patients while waiting for...
Advances in medical technology and the surgical microscope have made tremendous advancements from its first inception in 1660. By 1830 John J. Lister provided the sturdier stand to the microscope and by 1904 the microscope had three lenses that were interchangeable. The microscopes of today while using the same theory have far many uses than the early ones in...
The backdrop of health care reform along with the conversion medical device tax has failed to prevent the ongoing developments in medical technology by numerous companies which are focused on healthcare products that are not only cheaper but also provide proficient patient care. According to the latest healthcare technology news, the medical technology industry was burdened by the pointlessly...
There are a number of educational training opportunities for those looking to pursue a career in medical technology. Accredited vocational schools and colleges are available to provide students with the training they need to enter into successful careers in the field. Students can gain the skills needed to enter into the career field prepared for an exciting new career....
Modern hospitals depend heavily on medical technology to diagnose, treat and prevent diseases. A typical mid-sized hospital has hundreds of items of medical equipment, from simple stethoscopes and blood pressure monitors to highly sophisticated MRI machines and linear accelerators. Hospitals are complex enterprises with entire departments dedicated to technology planning, assessment, acquisition, maintenance, upgrade and replacement at the end...
Medical equipment malfunction events can have costly ripple effects, triggering more than just hold-ups, even impacting the institution's bottom line. The hold-ups may extend patient anxiety over treatments or feared outcomes, increase patient waiting room times, and even force rescheduling of critical diagnostic or treatment sessions. These situations can damage the healthcare institution's reputation very quickly. In today's world...