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PTC Submits Test Data to FDA’s Global UDI Database
Working with the FDA and major medical device manufacturers, PTC has developed a Global Unique Device Identifier Database (GUDID) submission solution that such

medical database  from the misidentification of medical devices.   Medical device manufacturers need to implement compliant processes and technology to meet the UDI requirements and avoid any potential negative consequences. The FDA’s first UDI compliance deadline for high-risk Class III devices is September 24, 2014. High-risk devices are identified as the most complex, life-sustaining, in-body electronic medical devices—these include pacemakers, defibrillators, vascular stents, and ventilators.   This compliance Read More...
Electronic Medical Records (EMR) for the Health Care Industry
Electronic Medical Records (EMR) assists physicians and other clinicians document patient care for current visits and provides access to patient clinical history. Sometimes may be referred to as co...
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Benefits of a Single Database Solution: Improved Enterprise Quality Management from IQMS
IQMS appears to be raising the competitive bar for quality management among its ERP competition with a single database software solution and seamless ERP

medical database  stringent quality requirements including medical, automotive, International Standards Organization ( ISO ), and QS standards by International Automotive Sector Group ( IASG ). IASG is an international ad hoc working group consisting of automotive original equipment manufacturer (OEM) representatives, accreditation bodies, registrars, and suppliers. To accommodate the quality management processes of their customers (whether as a part of the lean manufacturing initiative or not), most other ERP vendors Read More...
Business Intelligence Success at Biomet, Inc.
Biomet, a manufacturer of orthopedic medical products needed to support its worldwide need for sales information.

medical database  used primarily by orthopedic medical specialists in both surgical and non-surgical therapy, including reconstructive and fixation devices, electrical bone growth stimulators, orthopedic support devices, operating room supplies, general surgical instruments, arthroscopy products, spinal implants, bone cements, bone substitute materials, and craniomaxillofacial implants and instruments. Biomet has corporate headquarters in Warsaw, Indiana, and manufacturing and/or office facilities in more than twenty-five Read More...
Medical Device Manufacturers Can Leverage ERP/CRM Software to Facilitate FDA Compliance
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires pharmaceuticals and medical device companies to comply with numerous standards. Medical device manufacturers

medical database  CFR 820.40. Here again, Medical Device Manufacturers choosing ERP and CRM software solutions must make sure they are totally integrated and draw from a single database that is updated in real time. Unfortunately, most CRM products offer only batch integration in which data entered into the CRM system must be copied after-the-fact or offline into the ERP system. This is a weakness of these systems and precludes the assurance that users are always working with the most current data. For FDA compliance, a Read More...
President Proposes Security of Medical Records
President Clinton has announced plans to ensure the privacy of patient medical records. This initiative will prove to be extremely expensive, and will pose a

medical database  be setting up a medical record database for all its citizens? This poses a lot of potential questions. Is the U.S. Government prepared to architect and deliver a major technology initiative? Is a National Registration System, like the one that the Health department in Jamaica has proposed, the next step in moving forward to a more advanced society? What vendors and what products will be used? Does the U.S. Government have enough credibility with system security to have such an initiative supported by the Read More...
Inprise/Borland Challenges Other Vendors to Open-Source Their Database Code
In a move which will challenge other database vendors to open-source their SQL databases, Inprise/Borland Corporation has announced it is releasing the source

medical database  Borland Challenges Other Vendors to Open-Source Their Database Code Event Summary SCOTTS VALLEY, Calif. - January 3, 2000 - Inprise Corporation (Nasdaq: INPR) today announced that it plans to jump to the forefront of the Linux database market by open-sourcing InterBase 6, the new version of its cross-platform SQL database. Inprise plans to release InterBase in open-source form for multiple platforms, including Linux, Windows NT, and Solaris, make the database available at no charge, and spin the Read More...
Syncsort Sigma Manages Database Aggregates
Syncsort, a software vendor with years of experience in the sorting of data, has released a new product called Sigma™, which is designed to produce aggregated

medical database  Sigma Manages Database Aggregates Syncsort Sigma Manages Database Aggregates M. Reed - July 25, 2000 Event Summary Programmers and administrators of large databases and data warehouses can create, manage and process data aggregates with speed, ease and accuracy with a new software product unveiled by Syncsort Incorporated. Called Sigma, the vendor states that the product combines a high-performance data aggregate engine with an intuitive graphical user interface. By simplifying aggregation Read More...
Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Two: Strategy
Oracle's vision of a complete collaborative e-Business solution requires a database strategy, an application server strategy, and an e-business strategy. Will

medical database  Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Two: Strategy Database Strategy In light of Oracle Corporation 's (NASDAQ: ORCL) recent acquisition of PeopleSoft and its growing appetite for the competition, its easy to see how one might underestimate Oracle's internally-developed, product strategy. However, this California-based (US) company has heeded the calls of its customers and the market by beginning a product strategy that focuses on open and flexible business processes. Ease of integration, the Read More...
Vectorwise
Vectorwise is a database engine, designed to leverage vector-based processing and on-chip memory. @ @ @ @ @ @ @

medical database  Vectorwise is a database engine, designed to leverage vector-based processing and on-chip memory. Read More...
D&B
D@B is a data provider that delivers customer, prospect, and supplier information collected from 30,000 sources. The D@B database uses the DUNSRight Quality

medical database  B D&B is a data provider that delivers customer, prospect, and supplier information collected from 30,000 sources. The D&B database uses the DUNSRight Quality Process, which eliminates duplicate contacts and points out companies that are involved in tight collaborations. Records include company firmographics, with financial, industry, and multichannel contact information. The information is aggregated and monitored by industry-specific business analysts. The database contains about 130 million active Read More...
NCR's Teradata Database Meets Windows 2000. A Match Made in Redmond?
NCR Corporation announced it will support Microsoft Windows 2000 across its entire offering of products. In addition, NCR will present a full suite of

medical database  s Teradata Database Meets Windows 2000. A Match Made in Redmond? Event Summary SAN FRANCISCO - NCR corporation announced it will support Microsoft Windows 2000 across its entire offering of products, including its powerful Teradata database and many retail products. In addition, NCR will present a full suite of consulting and support services to help businesses migrate to the Windows 2000 environment. With NCR's Teradata database, companies that prefer to employ a Windows 2000-based infrastructure Read More...
Electronic Medical Records (EMR) Implementation Guidelines
I'm writing today from the HIMSS convention in Orlando, Florida, where I'm looking to see what new technologies are available to the health care industry to

medical database  Medical Records (EMR) Implementation Guidelines I'm writing today from the HIMSS convention in Orlando, Florida, where I'm looking to see what new technologies are available to the health care industry to facilitate patient care and communication between patients and doctors.A few interesting presentations of note thus far: Enjoyable EHR interfaces: Improved quality, cost and acceptance through user-friendly EHR interface hosted by Paul Schadler, MD, Co-Medical Director Health Center Planning, Read More...
Patient Device Tracking: Integrating Customer, Physician, and Patient Data
For today’s medical device manufacturer, today’s world is complex. The convergence of technology and implanted medical devices has led to some of the most

medical database  Patient Data For today’s medical device manufacturer, today’s world is complex. The convergence of technology and implanted medical devices has led to some of the most innovative and effective new medical therapies in history. Unfortunately, that convergence has created tremendous complexities in the development, manufacture, and implantation of those devices. One area that continues to undergo transformation is patient device tracking (PDT). Read More...
IBM Buys What’s Left of Informix
In another sign of consolidation within the database vendor market, IBM has announced that they are acquiring the assets of Informix Software (the database

medical database  Buys What’s Left of Informix IBM Buys What's Left of Informix M. Reed - May 2, 2001 Event Summary IBM (NYSE:IBM) and Informix Corporation (NASDAQ: IFMX) announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement for IBM to acquire the assets of Informix Software (the database portion of Informix Corporation, which remained after the spin-off of Informix Business Solutions into Ascential Software ), in a cash transaction valued at $1 billion. IBM feels that the acquisition strengthens their presence Read More...

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