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MedAptus Customers Capitalizing on P4P Incentives via Intelligent Charge Capture

...stigious healthcare organizations. Our portfolio of full-scale Professional and Facility offerings is practice-proven to increase revenue, re-engineer archaic processes, enhance EMR investments and save busy providers valuable time. For more information, visit http://www.medaptus.com or call 617.896.40...

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Selects MedAptus for Charge Capture Deployment

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University of Minnesota Physicians Chooses MedAptus Following Comprehensive Vendor Review

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MedAptus' Charge Capture Technology Deployed at Leading Manhattan Cardiovascular Practice

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Swine Flu Vaccine Still Months Away

...not be sick for as long, Quarles said. And there's another key challenge to vaccine production, the experts said. The U.S. still uses a relatively archaic egg-based production technique, in which selected strains of the influenza virus are grown in chicken eggs. Often, one egg produces just two doses of ...

Swine Flu Outbreak Illustrates Problems in Vaccine Development

...children, is one of the most cost-effective ways of preserving life. "Unfortunately, government cost-controls have restricted the vaccine industry to archaic production methods when faster, more efficient options are available." "The FDA approval process also slows the development of vaccines for new...

MedAptus Expands Board of Directors

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MedAptus Secures $6 Million Investment

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Kentucky Medical Services Foundation Completes Successful Charge Capture Technology Conversion

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Virginia Must Prize Mental Illness Treatment Over Psychosis

...apacitated by the symptoms of an illness like schizophrenia to be an immediate physical danger to themselves or others. The tragic results of this archaic law are seen every day across the Commonwealth, but drew national attention in the aftermath of the murders at Virginia Tech. The stories that play ou...
Archaic in Biological News

Too few women scientists achieving academic leadership positions

...port entitled Beyond Bias and Barriers, which attributes the lack of women in academic leadership positions to a combination of unconscious biases and archaic university structures, Handelsman and Birgeneau support the Academys recommendation for educating the academic community about the insidious role of u...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Oct. 24, 2007

... David J. Barlow, Thomas M. Ehrman, and Peter J. Hylands point out that traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) - regarded by many Western experts as an archaic system doomed to extinction 50 years ago - has undergone a "remarkable renaissance" in recent years. However, the arcane language used to describe c...

Hofmeyr skull supports the 'Out of Africa' theory

...he Old World. However, other genetic studies (generally on nuclear DNA) argue against this African origin and exodus model. Instead, they suggest that archaic non-African groups, such as the Neandertals, made significant contributions to the genomes of modern humans in Eurasia. Until now, the lack of human f...

40,000-year-old skull shows both modern human and Neandertal traits

...Eurasia. This mixture would have resulted in both archaic traits retained from the Neandertals and unique co...raction between modern humans and the anatomically archaic populations (including the Neandertals) they met a...emains 'nonmodern' in its complex constellation of archaic and modern features. ...

Scientists reverse evolution

...works by reversing the process, reconstructing a 530-million-year-old gene by combining key portions of two modern mouse genes that descended from the archaic gene. "It provides further evidence at the molecular level of how evolution has occurred and is occurring, and thus makes the process less mysterio...

High-Throughput GoMiner

...s are a step towards clarifying the origins of Polynesians. ### Citation: Trejaut JA, Kivisild T, Loo JH, Lee CL, He CL, et al. (2005) Traces of archaic mitochondrial lineages persist in Austronesian-speaking Formosan populations. PLoS Biol 3(8): e247. ...

Genetic link confirmed between Polynesians and indigenous Taiwanese

...s are a step towards clarifying the origins of Polynesians. ### Citation: Trejaut JA, Kivisild T, Loo JH, Lee CL, He CL, et al. (2005) Traces of archaic mitochondrial lineages persist in Austronesian-speaking Formosan populations. PLoS Biol 3(8): e247. ...

Oldest cranial, dental and postcranial fossils of early modern European humans confirmed

...emains are universally accepted as those of early modern humans. However, there has been an ongoing debate as to whether they also exhibit distinctive archaic features, indicative of some degree of Neandertal ancestry, or are morphologically aligned solely with recent humans and therefore document only a dis...

New World founders small in number

... About 14,000 years ago - a few hundred thousand years after our putative modern forebears spread out from Africa - descendants of archaic humans crossed the Bering land bridge from Siberia to North America. Several lines of evidence support this model, but that's where the consensus ends...
Archaic in Biological Technology

Wisconsin firm leads testing of alerts by cell phone

...agencies have turned to mobile device messages as a medium for sending warnings. The move follows an executive order from President Bush to update the archaic Emergency Alert System, best known for weather bulletins and Amber Alerts for missing children. Bush ordered Department of Homeland Security Secr...
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Trans-splicing

...ls, such as ... reactions between COT exon 2 from rat and human do not produce trans - splicing . ... Trans - splicing appears to reflect an archaic form of RNA processing that is used ... the two events is that trans - splicing is an intermolecular mechanism that ... Trans RNA reprograms ...
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