Recognizing African American Contributions to Neurology: The Role of Medical Doctor Solomon Carter Fuller (1872–1953) in Alzheimer’s Disease Research

Recognizing African American Contributions to Neurology: The Role of Medical Doctor Solomon Carter Fuller (1872–1953) in Alzheimer’s Disease Research Abstract Solomon Carter Fuller (1872–1953) is widely acknowledged as the first African-American psychiatrist but underappreciated as a pioneer of Alzheimer’s disease. He immigrated to the United States from Liberia at age 17 and excelled in his […]

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Honoring Pride Month 2022 and Supporting the LGBTQ+ Global Community

We’re Honoring Pride Month 2022 and Supporting the LGBTQIA Global Community Everyone at HubBucket Inc (“HubBucket”) supports the LGBTQIA Community and LGBTQIA Rights. Everyone at HubBucket Inc (“HubBucket”) knows that LGBTQIA Rights, Women’s Rights, Reproductive Rights, Pro-Choice, Disability Rights, Worker / Labor Rights, and Veterans’ Rights are all Human Rights. We are all Human Beings […]

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HubBucket Inc Update – March 2022

HubBucket Inc | March 2022 Updates: DATE: Wednesday, March 16, 2022 We are working on a lot of Technology Research and Development – R&D projects for Healthcare and Life Sciences. In addition, we are re-designing our current websites and blogs, coupled with designing an deploying websites and blogs for our new Research and Development – […]

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Question Answering on Scientific Research Papers

Question Answering on Scientific Research Papers It’s hard for researchers to keep up with the ever-increasing number of papers getting published every day. Is there some way we can make the consumption of scientific content more efficient? We believe there is. Imagine the typical process involved in reading a research paper. You first read the […]

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Machine Vision – All eyes are on Machine Vision in Medical Diagnostics

Machine vision systems involve a combination of software and hardware, including a camera to capture an image and a computer to analyze it with dedicated algorithms. Those algorithms, termed neural networks, interestingly work similarly to the human brain: They find patterns and anomalies in the images and interpret them. One of the challenges with machine […]

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How Healthcare Technology will Transform access to Healthcare and Medical Care in addition to enabling Better Patient Outcomes

The digital revolution has fundamentally changed everything about medicine, moving doctor appointments from offices to Zoom chats, allowing better patient data tracking and connecting patients with healthcare resources that can help them make positive changes. Technology today enables “5P Medicine:” preventive, predictive, participatory, personalized and pertinent. The rapid move toward telehealth during the coronavirus pandemic […]

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2020-2025 Federal Health IT Strategic Plan

2020-2025 Federal Health IT Strategic Plan The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) published the final 2020-2025 Federal Health IT Strategic Plan. The Plan outlines federal health IT goals and objectives, with a focus on individuals’ access to their electronic health information. The Plan was developed by the ONC in collaboration with more […]

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What are the differences between an Electronic Medical Record – EMR, Electronic Health Record – EHR, and a Personal Health Record?

What are the differences between an: Electronic Medical Record – EMR, Electronic Health Record – EHR, and a Personal Health Record? Electronic Medical Record – EMR Electronic Medical Records – EMRs are digital versions of the paper charts in clinician offices, clinics, and hospitals. EMRs contain notes and information collected by and for the clinicians […]

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Is there is a difference between Medical Care and Healthcare?

Is there is a difference between Medical Care and Healthcare? Answer: Yes, there is. Medical Care Medical Care is what Physicians and other Clinicians do every day with you in offices, labs, surgery centers, and hospitals. Checking blood sugar. Adding this medication on and stopping that medication. Heart bypass surgery. X-rays. MRI’s. All that constitutes […]

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