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Point-of-Care Technology Survey: Healthcare Provider Input Needed

Date Posted: Friday, January 10, 2020

Point-of-Care Technology Survey: Healthcare Provider Input Needed

Researchers at UMass Medical School focused on heart, lung, blood, and sleep disorders (CAPCaT) have created a brief survey that will help inform how to support promising new technologies and want to understand your experiences with point-of-care technologies and where you think new devices are most needed. They need input from healthcare providers to identify the best opportunities for technology to complement healthcare. Compensation will be provided for completing the survey ($20). Contact Nate Hafer with questions: Take the survey here:

About CAPCaT

The Center for Advancing Point of Care Technologies (CAPCaT) is a UMass Medical School / UMass Lowell joint project funded by NIH and specifically established to advance point of care technologies (POCT) for heart, blood, lung and sleep disorders.  For more information about us, please visit our website at