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Successful Demonstration of Health Information Exchange Opens ARRA Stimulus Options for California

... changer. With this new software published by the federal government at no cost, local HIEs do not have to wait for a large vendor to build a costly, monolithic statewide utility service because local HIEs can network health data now using a secure public framework." "Interoperability requires po...

Successful EHR Programs turn to Orion Health to Solve the Challenge of Interoperability

...ich, Orion Health North America and EMEA President, says interoperability is one of the key challenges facing healthcare facilities today. "These monolithic hospital systems can't share data with one another and as a result, health information is held hostage within that system, which is often specific to ...

Carefx Reports 200% Year-Over-Year Revenue Growth in 2008 as Demand Grows for Solutions Focused on Clinical Decision Making

...s to its already impressive roster. "We see our strong growth as continued validation that organizations can no longer settle for proprietary or monolithic systems that do not support clinical workflow or cognitive tasks and force clinicians to sift through enormous bundles of data from disparate sources,...

Region in the brain in-charge of face recognition includes object recognition as well.

...avid Ress, PhD, associate professor of neuroscience at Brown University and a former research scientist at Stanford, explained: "It's no longer just a monolithic face-selective area. This suggests we need to take a step back and study smaller pieces of the brain first, or in addition to, the whole brain." More ...

NHS To Be Reformed By Using A Hybrid Approach

...ol Sikora, a cancer specialist, said that the present system is heavy on bureaucracy and poor on delivery. It is doomed to fail, because with a single monolithic employer it cannot adapt to either technical or societal change. Prof Aidan Halligan, who until last September was the deputy chief medical offic...
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New 'nano-positioners' may have atomic-scale precision

...rful computer hard drives. The device, called a monolithic comb drive, might be used as a "nanoscale manipul...nical engineering, who created the design. The monolithic comb drives could make it possible to improve a cl...heir original position. By comparison, the new monolithic device has a single structure with two perpendicu...

Creation of a new material capable of eliminating pollutants by the hydrocarbon industry

... even in low concentrations. This material is a monolithic carbon aerogel with the advantage of not only bein...to prepare and describe a series of new materials monolithic carbon aerogels as adsorbers of benzene, tolene a...ibration and movement. David Fairn states that the monolithic carbon aerogels, which are the materials we worked...
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The combination of monolithic columns and modern HPLC/MS/MS instrumentation for high chromatographic throughput and sensitive detection of beta-agonists

Beta-agonists are group A substances of the European guideline 93/257/EWG (revision 98/536/EG) having an anabolic effect and not licensed. Thus, they have to be determined in veterinarian samples like muscle, liver, retina, and urine. The coupling of High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (H...

Sonexa Therapeutics, Inc., Raises $30 Million in Series A Financing to Focus on Alzheimer's Treatments

...ve advantage for growth and category leadership. Representative portfolio companies include Alimera Sciences, Discera, Frontbridge, Glu Mobile, mBlox, monolithic Power Systems, National Healing, NComputing, Omniture, Orexigen, ScanSafe, Somaxon, Vantage Media, Waterfront Media, Xceive and Zogenix. For more info...

Alfalight awarded $4.5 million Army Research contract

...e development of a high-power, high-brightness multimode diode laser source with an output of one kilowatt. Diode lasers are a type of compact and monolithic solid-state laser that use a semiconductor crystal instead of a gas as the active medium to generate a laser beam, miniaturizing the process much as s...

Madison wireless deal goes forward with Cellnet

...hat an infrastructure provider like Cellnet could be pressured to expand by ISPs that see an investment strategy in serving certain communities that a monolithic provider might have overlooked. Alder Tim Bruer, who has voiced concern about poorer areas of Madison being left behind, said he hopes the city wil...

Midwest colleges strong contenders for NIH funds

...griculture , the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Department of Energy , the Department of Defense , and others. The NIH is not one monolithic agency but in reality a collection of 27 institutes and centers which include the likes of the: National Cancer Institute (NCI) established in 1...
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