In the News-Enterprise (February 24, 2020 edition), the editorial board praised the HMH Foundation Board’s approval to purchased the CORTRAK System to help HMH clinicians place feeding tubes even more accurately. Read the praise below.
HMH GIVING. The 5-year-old Hardin Memorial Health Foundation has come through for the community once again.
It’s purchase of a CORTRAK System, which is considered breakthrough technology, will help HMH clinicians place feeding tubes more accurately. It’s real-time visual representations of the tube’s position will make the process easier for patients.
On average, about 600 patients annually must be nourished with a feeding tube, according to HMH information. That’s a lot of improved outcomes thanks to high-tech and good, old-fashioned benevolence.
This editorial represents a consensus of The News-Enterprise editorial board.