Technology

From infrared rays that locate veins for easier blood draws to 3D programs that allow doctors to practice accuracy, South Florida hospitals and doctor offices are increasingly going high-tech. The advances allow for more efficient care and help curb medical errors. Obamacare's increasing emphasis on using innovative techniques to streamline health care (like the integrated operated room at Boca Raton Regional Hospital, above) means we can expect even more medical gadgetry in 2014, said Dr. Nabil El Sanadi, chief of emergency medicine at Broward Health.
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( Boca Raton Regional Hospital / August 23, 2011 )

From infrared rays that locate veins for easier blood draws to 3D programs that allow doctors to practice accuracy, South Florida hospitals and doctor offices are increasingly going high-tech. The advances allow for more efficient care and help curb medical errors. Obamacare's increasing emphasis on using innovative techniques to streamline health care (like the integrated operated room at Boca Raton Regional Hospital, above) means we can expect even more medical gadgetry in 2014, said Dr. Nabil El Sanadi, chief of emergency medicine at Broward Health.

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