health surveillance

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medical monitoring

The performance of medical tests and physical exams to evaluate an individual’s ongoing exposure to a factor that could negatively impact on that person’s health.
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health surveillance

Medical monitoring The periodic screening of a defined population for a specific disease or for biological markers of disease for which the population is, or may be, at significantly ↑ risk. See Screening.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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ENPNewswire-September 5, 2019--Wolters Kluwer Names Karen Kobelski to Head Clinical Surveillance, Compliance & Data Solutions
This is best illustrated by the four acquisitions carried out by West Coast- and UK-based Francisco Partners and its portfolio companies, as it targeted Qualcomm's medical data networking systems; Bernoulli Health's clinical surveillance software; and SRS Health Software's medical records software.
The DVS has conducted clinical surveillance in pig farms in eight states and found no signs of ASF as of now.
has acquired Bernoulli Health to provide hospitals with data management and clinical surveillance solution, the company said.
Global Banking News-May 1, 2019-Capsule Technologies closes acquisition of Bernoulli HealthA- to provide end-to-end data management and clinical surveillance solution
WORLDWIDE COMPUTER PRODUCTS NEWS-May 1, 2019-Capsule Technologies closes acquisition of Bernoulli HealthA- to provide end-to-end data management and clinical surveillance solution
Follow-up clinical surveillance in Nairobi and environmental surveillance from other regions in Kenya yielded no B.
The safety of the company's ClearGuard technology is well established and the expanded clearance was based on the study of post-market clinical surveillance.
With a wealth of patient health data available today and living in electronic health records (EHRs), health systems have an opportunity to improve these types of organizational processes by leveraging EHR data and clinical surveillance technology.
The patient's parents elected a thyroidectomy instead of clinical surveillance. A total thyroidectomy was performed that revealed both a minimally invasive follicular carcinoma (Figure 7) and lymphocytic thyroiditis.
However, clinical surveillance is still advisable for family members even when a PRKAR1A pathogenic variant is not identified.

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