Hospitals look to technology to improve care

07/16/2009 | U.S. News & World Report

More hospitals are investing in new technologies to improve care, reduce errors and promote patient healing in an effort that ultimately should help facilities keep people healthy at home. Some features include robots that make patient visits, RFID tags that track people and equipment, and smart beds that monitor a patient's vital signs.

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