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frontpath Announces Mobile Internet Appliance
Continuing the onslaught of 'Internet appliances', S3 subsidiary frontpath announced its first product, called ProGear. Unlike most current appliances, this

medical laboratory technician  travel, education, entertainment, and medical markets. ProGear supports all rich media formats and offers a high quality 10.4 TFT display, X 86 compatibility and a touch screen that will enable quick access to applications or the Internet. A soft keyboard or handwriting recognition gives users the choice of input modes. The three- pound product comes with a Soundblaster compatible audio and microphone/headphone support. ProGear comes standard with a three cell, three-hour battery. As upgrades, ProGear Read More...
Electronic Medical Records (EMR) for the Health Care Industry
Electronic Medical Records (EMR) assists physicians and other clinicians document patient care for current visits and provides access to patient clinical history. Sometimes may be referred to as co...
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A Portrait of the Enterprise Software User in the Pharmaceutical Industry
The pharmaceutical industry faces strict regulatory requirements in the approval of drugs for treatment of diseases. Software can help pharma successfully

medical laboratory technician  world. Drugs and other medical therapies must adhere to stringent governmental regulations stipulating the requirements for a new drug approval in a particular country. To be competitive, pharmaceutical companies need to be efficient and quick to bring drugs to market, while ensuring a high level of drug efficacy and safety. Successful pharmaceutical companies have been able to achieve this all the while facing many challenges, including a shift from developed markets to emerging markets, lengthy and Read More...
Health Means More
Medical and health care regulatory norms are tightening worldwide, and all key stakeholders, including payers, providers, and patients are becoming more

medical laboratory technician  Means More Medical and health care regulatory norms are tightening worldwide, and all key stakeholders, including payers, providers, and patients are becoming more discerning with regard to the quality of products and services delivered. As a result, the health care and life sciences (HLS) sector is increasingly leaning on analytics to find solutions for improving the delivery of health care—and improving the business of health care. Read More...
Case Study: All Flex Inc.
From its two locations, All Flex serves industrial, medical, and other customers with printed circuits. Five years ago, All Flex kept its records in multiple

medical laboratory technician  All Flex serves industrial, medical, and other customers with printed circuits. Five years ago, All Flex kept its records in multiple, inconsistently updated spreadsheets—leading to parts shortages and production delays. With an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system designed for the printed circuit industry, All Flex increased sales and reduced delays to less than 1 percent. Find out how. Read More...
Moving from Paper to Electronic Records: Hardwiring Compliance into Product Development
Medical device manufacturers face the usual manufacturing challenges, with the added burden of having to plan, develop, test, and produce in an environment

medical laboratory technician  Compliance into Product Development Medical device manufacturers face the usual manufacturing challenges, with the added burden of having to plan, develop, test, and produce in an environment controlled by strict regulatory requirements. With paper-based systems, product lifecycle documentation adds a huge burden to an already colossal task. Find out how you can “hardwire” compliance into product development—without short-circuiting your business processes. Read More...
Case Study: ServiceMax Helps Kinetico Cut Work Order Resolution Time in Half
Kinetico, a global leader in engineering and manufacturing water treatment systems, was using spreadsheets to schedule and track their technician partners and

medical laboratory technician  FSM software,field service software,FSM cloud-based solution,ServiceMax,ServiceMax cloud solution,FSM automation,field service work order automation,field service scheduling automation,Kinetico Read More...
Has Consolidation Made the PLM Market More Agile?
While the race for the pole position in the still evolving, moving-target PLM market started several years ago, it has been quite accelerated by Agile Software

medical laboratory technician  designed specifically for the medical device industry in their aim of accelerating time to market, reducing operating and direct material costs, and ensuring regulatory compliance General availability of Agile Product Cost Management 8.5. Two weeks after the Eigner announcement, on August 19, Agile Software announced somewhat improved results for the first quarter of fiscal 2004, which ended July 31, 2003. Total revenues for the quarter were $18.3 million, a 14 percent increase compared to $16.0 million Read More...
Case Study: Advanced Scientifics Inc.
Make-to-order company Advanced Scientifics produces medical devices, including bag systems, tubing assemblies, and molded components. Manual paper-based systems

medical laboratory technician  company Advanced Scientifics produces medical devices, including bag systems, tubing assemblies, and molded components. Manual paper-based systems severely hampered the company’s growth potential: it couldn’t effectively control production consistency, as its inventory control and job orders weren’t scalable. Learn how annual revenue by went up 20 percent with an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Read More...
Medical Case Study: Stryker Corporation
When Stryker Corporation acquired Howmedica, it had only one year to integrate the new business and completely replace its information technology (IT

medical laboratory technician  Case Study: Stryker Corporation When Stryker Corporation acquired Howmedica, it had only one year to integrate the new business and completely replace its information technology (IT) infrastructure. Learn how Stryker improved its rapid time to benefit, global capabilities, lowered cost of ownership, and achieved standardized business processes to provide world class service. Read More...
eERP
Customer demand-oriented management thinking is the soul, boosting technological change, the priority of the application of innovation. @Is the core concept of

medical laboratory technician  enterprise management software (eERP), medical and public health management software (eHRP) and full e-commerce products and solutions, the formation of a full range of information products and services based on cloud computing applications. Today, the Golden Abacus products have wide applications in small, medium and large enterprises and non-profit organizations, industry coverage reached 99%, the number of users up to tens of millions. Read More...
Electronic Medical Records: An Introduction
Electronic medical records (EMR) serves a niche market. This software caters specifically to health care professionals working in clinics, private practices

medical laboratory technician  Medical Records: An Introduction Originally published - November 26, 2007 Electronic medical records (EMR) are more effective at delivering high quality health care than traditional paper records. Paper health records have been around for quite some time, and until recently, the health care industry has been reluctant to upgrade to an electronic format. This has partly been due to resistance to change, and partly due to a sense that the paper system was functioning effectively, so why bother to Read More...
HCIMS: Balm or Bomb for What Ails the US Health Care System?


medical laboratory technician  access the most recent medical research about diseases and conditions, helping them to make decisions about patient care and helping ensure the most current treatments and preventative care are offered Functionality 10 : Includes standardized measures of health status (average health statistics/status for demographics, as well as averages for various health conditions) Benefits : Helps monitor patient progress, and allows health care provider to make a fairer assessment of patient’s  condition (i.e. Read More...
SKF Automotive Bearings Co. Ltd.
SKF (AB Svenska Kullagerfabriken) was founded in 1907, with headquarters and a laboratory in Gothenburg, Sweden, and an R&D center in the Netherlands. SKF is

medical laboratory technician  Automotive Bearings Co. Ltd. SKF (AB Svenska Kullagerfabriken) was founded in 1907, with headquarters and a laboratory in Gothenburg, Sweden, and an R&D center in the Netherlands. SKF is the leading global supplier in its field, offering products, customer solutions, and services for rolling bearings, seals and specialty steel, claiming 20% of the world market share. SKF has 80 manufacturing sites employing about 40,000, and an additional 20,000 distributors in 130 countries worldwide. Revenue in 2001 Read More...
Los Alamos Loses Top-Secret Information, Again!
Another security compromise occurred at Los Alamos National Laboratories last month when two hard drives containing top-secret nuclear information disappeared

medical laboratory technician  Alamos Loses Top-Secret Information, Again! Los Alamos Loses Top-Secret Information, Again! L. Taylor - June 20, 2000 Event Summary Don't you hate it when your hard drives containing top-secret Nuclear Secrets disappear? Another security compromise occurred at Los Alamos National Laboratories last month when two hard drives containing top-secret nuclear information disappeared from a 10 x 20 foot vault. The compromise occurred in the X-Division where nuclear weapons are designed. Funded by the U.S. Read More...
Do You Know Where Your Wheelchair Is?
Transportation companies have installed GPS locating devices on trucks to monitor location and delivery information. Now a similar technology is helping

medical laboratory technician  2000 Event Summary GE Medical Systems recently announced an alliance with PinPoint Corporation, a developer of wireless locating solutions, to market an asset tracking service that locates and tracks equipment within health care facilities. The service, called IntelliMotion, will help health care providers boost productivity and provide quality patient care by facilitating access to all equipment, from biomedical equipment to wheelchairs. As part of the distribution agreement, IntelliMotion is being Read More...

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