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Computerized Maintenance Management Systems: A TutorialPart One: Challenges and Features
Companies are looking for more areas to squeeze savings out of operations. One such area that may be fertile ground to explore is equipment maintenance. The class of software that can help to cultivate these savings is computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS). This article discusses the basics of CMMS and its key features, enabling you to determine whether your company should investigate this software as a potential source of savings.

COMPUTERIZED MEDICAL RECORDS COMPANIES: Computerized Maintenance Management Systems: A Tutorial Part One: Challenges and Features Computerized Maintenance Management Systems: A Tutorial Part One: Challenges and Features Joseph J. Strub - July 7, 2003 Read Comments Introduction Saying that a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) is just another scheduling tool is tantamount to saying that the Titanic was just another boat. While maintenance scheduling is arguably its most important aspect, CMMS has many additional features that can
7/7/2003

President Proposes Security of Medical Records
President Clinton has announced plans to ensure the privacy of patient medical records. This initiative will prove to be extremely expensive, and will pose a number of technology challenges. How can vendors get a piece of the pie? Who will administer the security of such a large infrastructure development and what products will be used? What organization is best positioned to evaluate the products such a project may require?

COMPUTERIZED MEDICAL RECORDS COMPANIES: President Proposes Security of Medical Records President Proposes Security of Medical Records L. Taylor - November 2, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary On Friday, October 29th, President Clinton proposed that national standards be developed to ensure the privacy of patient medical records. Citing instances in which employers have reviewed medical records of prospective employees without notifying the employee, the President said that With the click of a mouse, personal health information can easily, and
11/2/1999

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) 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.

COMPUTERIZED MEDICAL RECORDS COMPANIES: Medical Case Study: Stryker Corporation Medical Case Study: Stryker Corporation Source: QAD Document Type: Case Study Description: 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. Medical Case Study: Stryker
4/29/2005 9:33:00 AM

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, and hospitals. EMR software came about to increase overall patient care and communication between health care staff and departments.

COMPUTERIZED MEDICAL RECORDS COMPANIES: Electronic Medical Records: An Introduction Electronic Medical Records: An Introduction Jeff Spitzer - November 5, 2008 Read Comments 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
11/5/2008

ERP: The Key to Managing Bioterrorism Act Record Maintenance
Establishing, maintaining, and making records available as outlined in the Bioterrorism Preparedness Act is overwhelming for manufacturers. To prepare for any type of disaster—from cross-contamination to processing failure—you need to make sure your processes are adhering to regulations. An enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution can help minimize potentially adverse effects—on both your business and consumers.

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5/15/2008 2:09:00 PM

Maintenance Connection Onsite/Online


COMPUTERIZED MEDICAL RECORDS COMPANIES: Maintenance Connection is web-based maintenance management system that can be deployed on-line via the Internet or on-site on a company's Intranet.

Expandable Case Study: Thermage, Inc.
After receiving US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for its ground-breaking product, medical technology startup Thermage, Inc., was looking to install manufacturing software that would fit a limited budget and meet its long-term needs. By going with Expandable ERP, Thermage was able to implement a full-featured manufacturing system that helped it ramp up production and maintain FDA compliance.

COMPUTERIZED MEDICAL RECORDS COMPANIES: Expandable Case Study: Thermage, Inc. Expandable Case Study: Thermage, Inc. Source: Expandable Software Document Type: Case Study Description: After receiving US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for its ground-breaking product, medical technology startup Thermage, Inc., was looking to install manufacturing software that would fit a limited budget and meet its long-term needs. By going with Expandable ERP, Thermage was able to implement a full-featured manufacturing system that helped it ramp up
11/29/2006 11:26:00 AM

How to Make Life Interesting after Growing 30,700%
Vertical market maker Chemdex is reinventing itself as a B2B incubator. The purpose? More vertical marketplaces.

COMPUTERIZED MEDICAL RECORDS COMPANIES: How to Make Life Interesting after Growing 30,700% How to Make Life Interesting after Growing 30,700% D. Geller - March 8, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary Chemdex Corp. (NASDAQ: CMDX) announced that it will restructure itself with a new name and mission. The $30.8 million vertical marketplace company with lines in life sciences and medical chemicals and equipment will become an Internet incubator, leveraging its existing technology to build other vertical marketplaces. The new company will be called
3/8/2000

AlphaMedica Gets Clean Bill of Health with QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions
The medical marketing agency AlphaMedica, based in New York, New York (US), is a fast-growing business. It needed an accounting system that could keep up with a flurry of activity, generate quick payments and reports, and link smoothly to the in-house systems used to manage the more specialized aspects of its business. For help, it turned to QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions.

COMPUTERIZED MEDICAL RECORDS COMPANIES: AlphaMedica Gets Clean Bill of Health with QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions AlphaMedica Gets Clean Bill of Health with QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions Source: Intuit Document Type: Case Study Description: The medical marketing agency AlphaMedica, based in New York, New York (US), is a fast-growing business. It needed an accounting system that could keep up with a flurry of activity, generate quick payments and reports, and link smoothly to the in-house systems used to manage the more specialized aspects of
9/11/2006 4:00:00 PM

TEC 2013 EAM/CMMS Market Survey Report: What Organizations Want in Enterprise Asset Management and Computerized Maintenance Management System Software
This report gives an overview of current considerations for organizations seeking to purchase an EAM/CMMS solution. Based on data collected from EAM/CMMS software comparisons performed using Technology Evaluation Centers’ (TEC’s) TEC Advisor software selection application during 2012, the report details what TEC data reveals about your peers' requirements for EAM/CMMS solutions, including functionalities, delivery models and access, customization and integration, server and database platforms, and budgeting.

COMPUTERIZED MEDICAL RECORDS COMPANIES: Enterprise Asset Management and Computerized Maintenance Management System Software TEC 2013 EAM/CMMS Market Survey Report: What Organizations Want in Enterprise Asset Management and Computerized Maintenance Management System Software Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Document Type: TEC Report Description: This report gives an overview of current considerations for organizations seeking to purchase an EAM/CMMS solution. Based on data collected from EAM/CMMS software comparisons performed using
4/12/2013 12:11:00 PM

Make em Beg for It—How To Get Support for Electronic Document Management Systems and Electronic Records Management Systems
To successfully obtain the budget and organizational support for an electronic documentation management systems (EDMS) and electronic records management system (ERMS) project you need to know the pain points of all the departments in your organization. By asking the right questions of each department you’ll be able to develop your business case and create a persuasive analysis on the cost benefit for EDMS/ERMS.

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3/24/2006 12:22:00 PM


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