Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA)

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Court Hands Huge Victory To Universities' Digitization Efforts

Rebecca J. Rosen | Atlantic | October 11, 2012

Universities can proceed with their efforts to scan books, not just because of the ability to search, but because of the huge benefits to blind students. Read More »

How Robotics, Apps Can Improve Quality of Life

Andy Winnegar | Santa Fe New Mexican | September 3, 2017

Recently, I worked a booth for the Southwest ADA Center at the annual Rehabilitation Engineering & Assistive Technology conference held in New Orleans. The event was filled with interactive exhibits and workshops on robotics, artificial intelligence and technologies for people with disabilities. One researcher was gathering data for a robotics engineering center working on a therapy support robot. She brought up the telepresence robot, PadBot...

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Is Your EHR Ready For The ADA?

Alicia Gallegos | amednews.com | April 1, 2013

Physicians risk lawsuits if they fail to make electronic resources accessible to disabled patients. Read More »

Using Open Source PDF Technology to Solve the Unstructured Data Problem in Healthcare

If there’s one major challenge to single out in healthcare IT today, it would be leveraging the growth and usage of big data. While consumer IT made big advances in the past decade to get a handle of data by marking up content, indexing it, and annotating it for use, enterprise, and healthcare IT in particular, still need to catch up on making data actionable. Read More »