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Nicholas Leider
Managing Editor
Nicholas joined TriMed in 2016 as the managing editor of the Chicago office. After receiving his master’s from Roosevelt University, he worked in various writing/editing roles for magazines ranging in topic from billiards to metallurgy. Currently on Chicago’s north side, Nicholas keeps busy by running, reading and talking to his two cats.

The FDA issued a draft guidance on 3-D printing of medical devices, covering both design and testing considerations.

“Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” examined how and why major media outlets report incorrect or incomplete information based on scientific studies.

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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced an initiative to encourage healthcare organizations, developers, tech companies and other potential innovators to design medical bills that are simpler and easier to understand.

Adobe Systems has announced a series of software integrations that could boost efficiency and productivity for the healthcare industry. The Silicon Valley software company unveiled Adobe Sign, a mobile app that can help organizations move to a completely digital system for processing medical forms and applications.

Physician practices and hospitals are fighting an uphill battle when it comes to developing necessary infrastructure to support sending and exchanging secure data, according to a recent survey of current and potential provider and payer health information exchange (HIE) users.

Springfield, Mass-based Northgate Medical P.C. announced a data breach involving a former employee's theft of patient information including names, addresses, dates of birth and phone numbers.