medical information systems

medical information systems

[‚med·ə·kəl ‚in·fər′mā·shən ‚sis·təmz]
(medicine)
Standardized methods of collection, evaluation or verification, storage, and retrieval of data about a patient.
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Contract award notice: New hospital information system for the 21st century (czechia-jilemnice: Medical information systems)
They also discussed radiological safety procedures and medical information systems in addition to the biological impact of such medical procedures.
Prior to that role, he held several executive positions at Johnson and Johnson, Parkstone Medical Information Systems, Inc., Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical Corp.
Headquartered in Hiroshima, Japan, JMS develops devices for a wide range of healthcare sectors including, home healthcare systems, hospital equipment system and medical information systems. Its revenues amounted to 53.86 billion yen in March 2014, up from 49.06 billion yen a year earlier.
Previously, Johnson was employed as president of Eli Lilly & Company's Oncology Unit, chief executive officer and board member at Imclone Systems, chair of Biopharmaceuticals at Johnson & Johnson as well as part of Parkstone Medical Information Systems, Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical and Pfizer.
Its provides products such as Broncho endoscopes, endoscopic ultrasound systems, capsule endoscopy systems, medical information systems, therapeutic peripherals, biological microscopes, inverted biological microscopes, stereo microscopes, confocal laser scanning microscopes, single-molecule fluorescence detection systems, industrial fiberscopes, peripherals, ultrasonic flaw detectors, IC recorders, optical materials, binoculars, among others.
Samir said that development of medical information systems represented a huge step forward and would help improve the quality of patient services.
The group operates through subsidiaries Egton Medical Information Systems Limited and RX Systems Limited.Country: UKSector: Computer SoftwareTarget: Emis Group Plc Vendor: Andrew Whitwam, Tony Jones, Phillip WoodrowDeal size in USD: 23mType: DivestmentStatus: ClosedComment: Deal size is combined for all shares sold.
She has received numerous awards including the Star Speaker Award, from Medical Information Systems Association, Anaheim, California, in 2002, Three Cerner Star Awards as recognition for client praise, from three separate clients in 2004 and a Service Award from MaxIT Healthcare, in 2009.
The European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI) devoted its 10th special topic conference to different aspects of the interoperability of different medical information systems and its implications for patient safety.
For a long, long time many vendors approached clinical or medical information systems design and development the wrong way.
Categories: January 29, 2010, Accountability, Confidential communication, Confidential information, Data collection, Health care services, Health data repository, Health information privacy, Information disclosure, Liability (legal), Malpractice (medical), Medical errors, Medical information systems, Medical records, Network of patient safety databases, Patient care services, Patient Safety Organizations, Privacy policies, Reporting requirements, Safety standards, Systems analysis, Voluntary compliance
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