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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.

MEDICAL CODING SPECIALIST: 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

Beating Compliance and Competitors: Business Solutions for Medical Device Manufacturers
Beating Compliance and Competitors: Business Solutions for Medical Device Manufacturers. Get Free Case Studies and Other Software to Use In Your Decision related to Medical Device Manufacturers. To stay ahead of the competition, medical device manufacturers must find ways to speed product development, create manufacturing efficiencies, and increase the effectiveness of sales and marketing investments—while addressing product safety and regulatory compliance. Read about a solution that incorporates best practices while maintaining the flexibility to support the evolving needs of your growing medical device company.

MEDICAL CODING SPECIALIST: Competitors: Business Solutions for Medical Device Manufacturers Beating Compliance and Competitors: Business Solutions for Medical Device Manufacturers Source: Oracle Document Type: White Paper Description: To stay ahead of the competition, medical device manufacturers must find ways to speed product development, create manufacturing efficiencies, and increase the effectiveness of sales and marketing investments—while addressing product safety and regulatory compliance. Read about a solution that
4/4/2008 4:59:00 PM

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.

MEDICAL CODING SPECIALIST: 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

Five Must-have ERP Features for Medical Device Manufacturers
Explore the five must have enterprise resource planning (ERP) features for medical device manufacturers.This whitepaper is ideal for medical industry. In the medical device manufacturing industry, errors can cost more than money—they can cost lives. In order to meet safety regulations, manufacturers are turning to enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions. Discover the five features any medical device manufacturer should look for in an ERP system in order to meet compliance requirements, produce high-quality products, operate efficiently, and maximize profitability.

MEDICAL CODING SPECIALIST: Must-have ERP Features for Medical Device Manufacturers Five Must-have ERP Features for Medical Device Manufacturers Source: Plex Systems Document Type: White Paper Description: In the medical device manufacturing industry, errors can cost more than money—they can cost lives. In order to meet safety regulations, manufacturers are turning to enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions. Discover the five features any medical device manufacturer should look for in an ERP system in order to meet
3/30/2010 11:41:00 AM

Case Study: PH Tech
Providing accurate and timely analytical information to health care professionals is critical to the success of PH Tech, provider of health care benefits administration services. PH Tech opted to integrate a business intelligence (BI) solution that allows its clients to make better-informed decisions leading to improved performance, lower costs, and enhanced patient and provider goodwill. Learn more about its BI software.

MEDICAL CODING SPECIALIST: health care analytics,   medical management system,   health care benefits administration,   healthcare benefits administration,   BI software,   business intelligence software,   BI tool,   BI system,   BI systems,   BI application,   BI applications,   BI for health care,   BI for healthcare,   health care reporting,   healthcare reporting,   web-based analytics,   Web based analytics,   data warehouse Source: Strategy Companion Learn more about Strategy Companion Readers who
11/27/2009 9:39:00 AM

A Buyer s Guide to the Auto-ID Enabled Supply Chain
This radio frequency identification (RFID) buyer's guide from Raftar Corpo. is a resource for medical device companies with plans to evaluate or deploy RFID technology. It includes assessment models for making design and selection decisions about process improvement benchmarks, the system components and cost for a solution, technical evaluation criteria, and questions to include in a request for information (RFI).

MEDICAL CODING SPECIALIST: is a resource for medical device companies with plans to evaluate or deploy RFID technology. It includes assessment models for making design and selection decisions about process improvement benchmarks, the system components and cost for a solution, technical evaluation criteria, and questions to include in a request for information (RFI). A Buyer s Guide to the Auto-ID Enabled Supply Chain style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Health Informatics,   Supply Chain
8/26/2010 10:53:00 AM

Analysis of HP and Notable Solutions Inc. decision to Integrate Paper Documents Into Microsoft Knowledge Management and Messaging Applications
System integration is relatively painless due to the 9100c's ability to connect to the network with a HP Jet Direct card and a simplified installation user interface.

MEDICAL CODING SPECIALIST: combination product targets the Medical, Insurance, Financial and Government fields where paper has yet to be surpassed by electronic communication. The tight integration with Microsoft Exchange allows users to form storage repositories for specific clients and/or subjects, allowing quick access to documents in the future. If you are looking to implement a document imaging/workflow solution, be sure to take a look at the HP Digital Sender and the ABMSync and AutoStore features .
2/7/2000

Omnify Software


MEDICAL CODING SPECIALIST: Designed to meet the needs of small to midsize original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in the electronics, mechanical, medical, and defense industries, Omnify Software provides a product lifecycle management (PLM) solution that offers an open technology platform to integrate with a company's existing engineering and business systems.

Patient Device Tracking: Integrating Customer, Physician, and Patient Data
For today’s medical device manufacturer, today’s world is complex. The convergence of technology and implanted medical devices has led to some of the most innovative and effective new medical therapies in history. Unfortunately, that convergence has created tremendous complexities in the development, manufacture, and implantation of those devices. One area that continues to undergo transformation is patient device tracking (PDT).

MEDICAL CODING SPECIALIST: Paper Description: For today’s medical device manufacturer, today’s world is complex. The convergence of technology and implanted medical devices has led to some of the most innovative and effective new medical therapies in history. Unfortunately, that convergence has created tremendous complexities in the development, manufacture, and implantation of those devices. One area that continues to undergo transformation is patient device tracking (PDT). Patient Device Tracking: Integrating Customer,
3/13/2007 5:14:00 PM

3 Key Areas to Reduce Costs with Lean Techniques
Continuous process improvement is more critical than ever for manufacturers to become lean. One key area of focus is on the flow of product from supplier to customer. Naturally, any process that impedes the smooth flow of product is a source of additional cost to the company. Download this white paper now and learn about 3 key areas to reduce costs and improve product flow from quote to cash.

MEDICAL CODING SPECIALIST: planning,   Epicor,   medical device manufacturer,   lean techniques,   process improvement,   manufacturing Source: Epicor Learn more about Epicor Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Sales Process Map Best Practices for ERP Implementation TEC 2013 Supply Chain Management Buyer’s Guide Talent Management for Small and Medium-size Businesses: Steer Your Business to Handle Change by Creating the Right Road Map for Your Talent Journey The Importance of Data
1/15/2013 1:30:00 PM

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, 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.

MEDICAL CODING SPECIALIST: 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. Case Study: All Flex Inc. style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:  
9/3/2008 4:17:00 PM


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