PureSafety, provider of workforce safety and health software, is partnering with environmental health and safety trade magazine EHS Today to create a Future Leaders in EHS program. To start, the program will offer a $5,000 scholarship to a student in an EHS-related program, a year of free access to PureSafety's software and a two-year seat on EHS Today's editorial advisory board.
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I believe that they will continue to find innovative ways to process, exploit, and disseminate knowledge from unstructured data. Take for example the medical field, consider how humanity could be better served by understanding and sharing the immense amount of unstructured diagnostic data in the search for cures. Researchers would be able to see corollaries and discover facts, which may have previously gone unnoticed.SEE ALSO: Digital Reasoning names new exec
“Creating efficiencies to help providers get paid faster and get reimbursed on everything they bill is a major focus of Brightree. We anticipate our partnership with Passport will save hundreds of man hours by allowing providers to check patient insurance eligibility within the Brightree system,” said Brightree President and CEO Dave Cormack.
7. Please provide a list of HIT problems or complaints that have been identified by or reported to your facility since January 2008 that directly or indirectly impacted patient safety or the delivery of care, including any complications or adverse events that have occurred as a result of HIT product design and/or usability. Please describe whether and how each of those problems or complaints was resolved and whether these issues have resulted in a change in policy to prevent the problem in the future.Hmmm, wonder how voluminous a set of responses he'll get to that one... SEE ALSO: Some thoughts of Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and other Health Care Council panelists on why IT lags in health care.
Technology jobs will not only see gains in the coming the coming year, but they are among the occupations that will realize the fastest growth over the next decade. The number of network systems and data communications analysts is expected to increase by 53 percent by 2018, while the number of computer software engineers expands by 34 percent, according to projections recently released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.