The Security To Bring Your Own Device at Your Organization

One of the newest, rapidly increasing trends in Healthcare Information Technology is called BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). Healthcare employers are now allowing their employees to use their own personal mobile devices for work. Today, these devices allow employees to work longer and more efficiently, while being accessible on the road and at home, if needed. Users can access the EMR remotely to review a patient’s Vital Signs, Lab Results or CT findings. CPOE providers can place orders from their tablet, or enter a Progress Note or review test results and medications. In fact, some hospitals are now hosting “Open Houses,” where physicians can have their mobile devices set up for CPOE access, prior to going live with a new software release. This allows the physician time to become comfortable with accessing the EMR from their personal device, and makes the transition much more seamless once the new system is live.

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The Chlorine Dioxide Distributor

It is a well known fact that chlorine dioxide is the most effective water treatment chemical available presently. Its usage has exceeded millions of pounds everyday across the globe. The applications of it are widespread in many countries and continents which consider it as the main disinfectant for their water treatment.

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Abused or Neglected in a Nursing Home

Nursing home abuse and neglect is widespread across the United States in many nursing homes. Nursing Home Abuse Advocates (NHAA) was formed to help individuals and family members of nursing home residents be informed about their legal rights regarding abuse and neglect of their loved ones.

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Clinical Trials Marketing

Sites, CROs, and sponsors face a constant puzzle: how best to conduct clinical trials marketing in a way that is highly effective and yet affordable. On the one hand, without excellent participants no clinical research will even be possible. On the other hand, spending an inordinate amount of time and money searching for those participants takes away from the ability to conduct the research itself.

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