Rephael

Rephael

(rĕf`āĕl), in the Bible, gatekeeper of the Temple.
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For further discussion of the notions of globalization and deterritorialization in the context of a postmodern normative discourse, see Rephael H.
Studies on such an effect are illustrated, for example, by Ben- Rephael, A.
Arthur Leibovitz * Michael Dan, * Jonathan Zinger, * Yehuda Carmeli, * Beni Habot, * and Rephael Segal *
I am very pleased to welcome Iman Bakhos to the PCTS management team," said Rephael Inbar, CEO of PCTS.
I am pleased to conclude the acquisition on schedule and to move our companies forward as one organization," said Rephael Inbar, CEO of PCTS.
Increasingly hospitals are seeking new solutions to replace inefficient and error-prone paper-based processes," said Rephael Inbar, CEO of PCTS.
E[acute accent]"Technologies that embed clinical intelligence and offer a high degree of usability have tremendous patient safety benefits," said Rephael Inbar, chief executive officer of PCTS.
Nacogdoches Memorial joins a growing family of hospitals throughout the United States who have determined that Amelior ED(R) is both the best patient safety and economic decision for their emergency departments" said Rephael Inbar, CEO/COO of Patient Care Technology Systems.
We know from our customers that trauma encounters can be very hectic for an ED even without taking into consideration the issues of accurately charting and tracking the data you need for regulatory approval," said Rephael Inbar, CEO of PCTS.
is an extraordinary technology strategist whose experience in system design and web technologies will be instrumental in furthering our leadership in advanced information systems in acute care medicine," said Rephael Inbar, CEO of PCTS.