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Where the ICD-10 and HIPAA 5010 Rubber Meets the Road - The Impact on Computer Systems

No one likes an unfunded mandate. One is told to do something by a higher authority but not given any resources or budget to implement. Everything else your organization has to do, your organization still has to do. 2,035 more words

Two months 'til UOW College commences.

          Not long now till University of Wollongong College looms up into my sights, I have been mulling over in my mind the decision whether or not to attend University of Wollongong become a cleaner with a fractionally greater income, living out my days working with ‘dignity’ because I will have money. 88 more words

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Identity Management in Health Care

By http://www.MCOL.com

Importance in Health Care




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Artifical intelligence

Not to long ago I wrote that the future cybersapiens relies on AI, so now Google comes out with their new focus, AI (Omni). Haha. My friend, from my teens and early adulthood works with artificial intelligence. 582 more words

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Boys aspire to work in IT, girls find it boring

”The Internet organization Nominet, best known for running the .uk infrastructure, has compiled new research on the dream jobs of today’s students that shows how male students have begun to aspire for careers in technology while female students find the field less interesting,” Anthony Spadafora reports for BetaNews. 208 more words


Failure to Plan = A Plan to Fail: Disaster Preparedness- Business Technology Checklist

Forty percent (40%) of businesses that suffer a disaster never reopen, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Businesses and organizations with a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) fare better.  642 more words


The reason I like the Surface Book...

The reasons why I like the Surface Book are the same reasons that I prefer to have a Nexus rather than purchasing an Android that is built and maintained by the likes of Samsung or LG – getting to experience the system as the creator intended it to be enjoyed rather than leaving it up to a third party to butcher beyond belief thus giving a negative perception for something the originator had no control over. 181 more words

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