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TeraMEDICA Appoints Prekop as New President

Milwaukee, Wis. -- TeraMEDICA announced today Jim Prekop as president of the Milwaukee-based medical informatics company. Prekop joins TeraMEDICA from Peoplesoft where he recently served as vice president and general manager of global accounts. Prior to joining Peoplesoft, Prekop spent 14 ye...

Using clinical IT to improve care

...l business field, as Chaiken is currently chief medical officer of the American Board of Quality Assurance Utilization Review Physicians (ABQAURP) and prekop is president of the image management firm TeraMEDICA . At the Digital Healthcare Conference held on Wednesday at Madison, each shared their person...

Tech Digest: what's moving in the Midwest

... Paul has demonstrated an expert knowledge of our industry and the ability to successfully market new technology in the health-care technology space, prekop said. Were excited to add his skill set to the TeraMEDICA team. Appleton firm to build mobile Air Force lab Pierce Manufacturing, a division of ...

Tech Digest: whats moving in the Midwest

...Eastern Health System will install the software at a 282-bed hospital in Birmingham, said Bill Terrell, the system's CIO. TeraMedica President Jim prekop said his company's TI2m software was ideal for a hospital of that size, which represents a new market opportunity. Previously, the company has sold to...

Preview: Electronic health records, tech choices explored at Digital Healthcare Conference

...to open files from different systems. "Providers [need] to articulate their priorities so that the vendor community can respond in the right way," prekop said....

Organizations finding ways to overcome barriers to electronic health records implementation

...kers. "When you get organizations placing blame for costs on health care, the incentives to get something done about those healthcare costs go up," prekop said, saying digital records are one response to those cost increases. Prekop supports the move toward national standards for records technologies,...

Being proactive with vendors helps healthcare improve IT

... together and solve the problems of interoperability facing an institution, prekop said. The organization needs to develop a strategy and call the shots. T...n be used elsewhere. Standardizing on software systems doesn't always work, prekop said, because needs differ between users and change over time, so it's bett...

Wisconsin companies reach deal on electronic health records

... "brings the challenge of centralizing each consumer's images into their own personal health record one step closer to reality." TeraMedica CEO Jim prekop emphasized security features. He said eCare has developed a private and secure storage space where personal health data can be safely stored and readi...
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