Leading medical devices company were facing business continuity post acquisition, thereby increasing maintenance costs accordingly. LTI proposed to implement Oracle Fusion Cloud which helped in faster and minimal requirement of technical manpower.
i. In-time Delivery with ZERO defects
ii. Scalable products with low maintenance costs
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The globalization of the medical device industry has delivered substantial business benefits, but it has also presented certain problems that can make the realization of those opportunities challenging. Learn about a comprehensive global collaboration solution that addresses and overcomes these obstacles.
Healthcare mergers and acquisitions and medical group growth have been strong industry trends for years. One reason is the desire for critical mass to gain leverage with payers as reimbursement declines and costs increase. Healthcare mergers and acquisitions may offer benefits for many medical groups; it is not without its challenges. Read this whitepaper to learn how to successfully manage growth of your medical group.
With the cost of manufacturing in China escalating, companies are increasingly looking to Southeast Asia for an alternative to meet their outsource manufacturing needs. Emerging as the leading alternative to China, Vietnam is now a destination choice for outsource manufacturing due to the unique financial advantages it can provide companies, including those in high-tech segments such as medical and commercial aerospace. In addition to lowering total costs, Vietnam offers companies a larger labor force, strong IP protection, and reliable quality in the manufacturing process, among other benefits. Moving their contract manufacturing to Vietnam can provide companies an excellent foundation for long-term profits and sustained growth.
Published By: CareCloud
Published Date: Jan 08, 2014
While the terms “electronic health record” (EHR) and “electronic medical record” (EMR) are often used interchangeably, only EHRs make Meaningful Use attestation easy.
Get The End of EMR free whitepaper today to learn:
•The difference between EMR and EHR
•How to attest for Meaningful Use
•Stage-1 Meaningful Use requirements
•Which technologies are right for you
•The benefits of EHRs and more…
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Up to 14% of medical records include inaccurate, potentially dangerous patient data as a direct result of failures in patient identification. Often, errors can be attributed to outdated manual processes, such as oral verification or written wristbands, which can impact the standard of care delivered.
In this white paper Zebra Technologies outlines the benefits of an automated barcode wristband solution, including insight into:
Reducing common Patient ID errors
The advantages of automated Patient ID processes over manual
The best automated barcoding options
In terms of health care IT, what does the next five years look like? The IT team at Harvard Medical School — Partners HealthCare Center for Genetics and Genomics (HPCGG) has focused its efforts on building a viable IT foundation with the right hardware and innovative software. The team also hopes to ensure that IT is not a constraining factor in realizing the benefits of next-generation sequencing technologies. Read this white paper to learn how HPCGG is implementing a cost-effective storage system that can integrate with its existing cluster environment for exponentially faster data access.
Imagine: Your pharmaceutical or medical device has been tested in carefully designed
clinical trials and shown to meet required standards of efficacy and safety. It has gained
regulatory approval and has gone to market. Now you want to know, does it measure
up to its promise when used in the real world? Does it materially improve patient
outcomes? Does it outperform alternative therapies? Does it achieve these outcomes at
an appropriate value? Do you know which patients are most likely to benefit from it?
Can you prove it, with statistical rigor?
As the health care system moves toward a patient-centric, value-based approach,
questions such as these are getting heightened scrutiny from all angles – from regula-
tors, payers, providers and patients. And they should. Real-world evidence (RWE) can
provide new insight into the benefits, risks and cost effectiveness of medicines and
medical devices in actual use – evidence that can enable life sciences companies to
develop better therapies
Learn about a solution for electronics manufacturers to promote greater efficiency and profitability, as well as consumer satisfaction.
The full spectrum of IoT electronics consists of Medical Devices, Consumer electronics and appliances, network equipment providers and many more. “These “smart, connected products”—made possible by vast improvements in processing power and device miniaturization and by the network benefits of ubiquitous wireless connectivity—have unleashed a new era of competition.”
Employers of choice are committed to providing their employees with a rich benefits and compensation program while trying to decrease or maintain operating costs. Our 2015 survey - with over 3,000 participating organizations - covers everything from high-level questions about organizational priorities and benefit strategies, to current and future tactics related to medical and pharmacy benefits, wellness, work-life balance, retirement and employee communications.
Download Gallagher's Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Survey Executive Summary for a glimpse of what organizations are doing nationwide as they pursue their goals to compete, succeed and prosper in a competitive and constantly evolving market.
Medical Device companies have typically shied away from design reuse because of the fear of a single point of failure. However due to market pressures, more and more medical device companies must embrace reuse to increase time to market. Unlike common perception, strategic and effective reuse can actually benefit regulated industries like medical devices by expediting compliance. This webcast will discuss the benefits of reuse as well as concepts of continuous engineering that can improve quality for medical devices.
Published By: DigiCert
Published Date: Jun 19, 2018
The Internet of Things (IoT) has rapidly transformed the digital landscape and the world we live in. Intelligent devices and sensors connect smart cars, robotic manufacturing equipment, smart medical equipment, smart cities, industrial control systems, and much more in a way that improves lives and saves businesses billions of dollars. But along with its benefits, rapid IoT growth introduces a new dimension of security vulnerabilities that dramatically escalates the nature and seriousness of cybercrime risks.
In addition to traditional confidentiality cyber risks, IoT threats include attacks that can:
• Render smart appliances useless
• Shut down city power grids
• Threaten lives through hacked pacemakers and other medical devices.
Such security flaws not only endanger lives, frustrate customers, and disrupt business operations, but they create significant cost and public relations damage for IoT developers and manufacturers.
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