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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

medical informatics jobs  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
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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Case Study: Align Technology, Inc.
Planning to expand, Align@a medical device manufacturer@identified electronic document management as a vital component of growth. One goal was to reduce the

medical informatics jobs  Align Technology, Inc. Industry: Medical Device (Class II) Challenge: Implement a robust electronic document management system to support growth, as well as meet and maintain regulatory compliance. Solution: Arena Results: Align cut ongoing compliance cost by more than $250,000 annually. Change implementation used to take 22 days, but now takes only three to five days.   If you see implementation times for documentation changes increase, you may have already painted yourself into a corner, as Food and Read More
Can Technology Make CFO's and Controller’s Jobs More Strategic? - Part 1
While setting down the thoughts for my recent “SaaSy discussion” blog series To SaaS or Not: Is that a Question?, something else related to software as a

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Enterprise Knowledge Workers: Understanding Risks and Opportunities
To do their jobs, knowledge workers use the gamut of media and technologies. However, although the proliferation of new means to locate and access data has

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The Task Bank: Crucial for a Successful “Stay at Work/Return to Work” Program
“Stay at work/return to work” (SAW/RTW) programs address workforce productivity, costs, and lost time due to medical issues. The SAW/RTW approach is a

medical informatics jobs  lost time due to medical issues. The SAW/RTW approach is a collaborative process aimed at returning an employee to full work capacity after a medical incident. The task bank—work the employee is able to perform given any medical restrictions—is a vital tool in the process. Learn how to create and manage a best-practice task bank. Read More
Datalliance Sees Strong Growth in First Half of 2013
Datalliance, provider of a software-as-a-service (SaaS) vendor managed inventory (VMI) platform for the consumer goods, industrial, medical device, and other

medical informatics jobs  the consumer goods, industrial, medical device, and other markets, reports continued strong growth. Datalliance reports that through the first 6 months of 2013, it saw a 25% increase in year-over-year revenue from 2012. Continuing this pace through the rest of the year would result in Datalliance reportedly seeing its ninth straight year of 20%+ growth. This comes as Datalliance is expanding in Europe, and comes on the heels of updates to its VMI solution in January and May of this year. Datalliance CEO Read More
Dassault Systèmes Introduces “Licensed to Cure”
While the tagline didn't really tickle my fancy, it's evidence that Dassault Systèmes’ novel go-to-market approach is apparently by industry. Within each

medical informatics jobs  (PLM) functionality package for medical device manufacturers (similar to the recent “Perfect Shelf” experience for retail and consumer goods manufacturing). In plain English, the Licensed to Cure offering enables medical devices manufacturers to handle the complex relationships between product innovation, quality assurance (QA), and stringent regulatory compliance. This is an area where Oracle’s Agile PLM is very strong, and both Agile PLM and some Oracle ERP systems focus on this vertical. PTC has 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 informatics jobs  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
IBM to Make Cuts in PC Business Real Change, or Just Buying Time?
International Business Machines Corp. plans to cut as much as 10% of the workforce at its personal computer division, or as many as 1,000 jobs, in a cost

medical informatics jobs  international business models,it job cuts,job cuts,job cuts layoffs,job downsizing,job lay off,job lay offs,job layoff,job layoffs,job losses,job reductions,job redundancies,job restructure,job restructuring,latest job cuts Read More
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PTC Submits Test Data to FDA’s Global UDI Database
Working with the FDA and major medical device manufacturers, PTC has developed a Global Unique Device Identifier Database (GUDID) submission solution that such

medical informatics jobs  from the misidentification of medical devices.   Medical device manufacturers need to implement compliant processes and technology to meet the UDI requirements and avoid any potential negative consequences. The FDA’s first UDI compliance deadline for high-risk Class III devices is September 24, 2014. High-risk devices are identified as the most complex, life-sustaining, in-body electronic medical devices—these include pacemakers, defibrillators, vascular stents, and ventilators.   This compliance Read More
Medical Device Manufacturer Manages Efficient Operation with Sage ERP X3
UreSil, a manufacturer of specialized health care products, feared its legacy manufacturing resource planning (MRP) software was hindering efficiency and

medical informatics jobs  Device Manufacturer Manages Efficient Operation with Sage ERP X3 UreSil, a manufacturer of specialized health care products, feared its legacy manufacturing resource planning (MRP) software was hindering efficiency and compliance. The Sage ERP X3 enterprise resource planning (ERP) came to the rescue, and after a formal ERP training program, full implementation required only one week. All processes, including tracking and inventory, are now streamlined, flexible—and compliant. Read More
Technical Staff Management Systems for the Aviation Industry
In the airline industry, aircraft maintenance is an activity that has to be done throughout the day, so maintenance personnel must be available at all times

medical informatics jobs  airline industry,aircraft,maintenance process,staff maintenance,personnel Read More
ERP Selection Case Study: PIAB
Swedish-based PIAB is a global leader in industrial vacuum technology, and develops and sells solutions for improving productivity in the graphical, medical

medical informatics jobs  productivity in the graphical, medical, and automobile industries, among others. Established in the 1950s, PIAB has subsidiaries and distributors in over 50 countries. In the early 2000s, PIAB sought to replace its aging enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Find out which system it chose, and why. Read More
ICD-10: Business Transformation through Regulatory Compliance
The International Classification of Diseases (ICD) has had structural and space limitations that constrained its ability to accommodate advances in medical

medical informatics jobs  to accommodate advances in medical knowledge and technology. ICD-10 codes address these issues and also help in morbidity and mortality reporting. Information technology (IT) systems and infrastructure used by US health care stakeholders must be ICD-10 compliant by October 1, 2013, as mandated by the Department of Health and Human Services. This paper discusses an ICD-10 migration approach and its impacts on payer/provider processes, as well as the business benefits of early adoption. Read More

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