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Theorem's 3D PDF and JT solutions supporting MBD at 3DCIC 2016

The team from Theorem will be heading to Golden, Colorado for the 2016 3D Collaboration and Interoperability Congress (CIC) on 25th-26th October 2016.

With 3DCIC being the only vendor neutral event that addresses collaboration and interoperability across industries in product development, manufacturing and business communications, it is the perfect opportunity for us to unveil and demonstrate our latest productivity enhancing solutions for… 255 more words

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News Corner: Increases in Electronic Prescribing and Communication Highlighted in Recent Report

Surescripts recently released its annual National Progress Report, which encompasses over 9.7 billion electronic transactions completed in 2015, including 1.4 billion electronic prescriptions. In addition to discussing advancements and increases in e-prescribing, the report suggests positive trends in electronic provider communication—indicating that interoperability may be on an upward trend across the acute care setting. 305 more words


Electronic Health Records: Is it a Good Idea?

Have you visited your physician recently? You may have noticed your doctor or his assistant typing on a tablet or computer as you talk. What he or she’s doing is updating your EHR. 496 more words


Surfing the Wave of Healthcare Change

Healthcare is constantly evolving, and healthcare IT in particular is undergoing more change now than at any other point in history. Health systems trying to ‘ride the wave’ of change may often feel like they are implementing updates, only to face a… 729 more words

Interoperabilty Roadmap – A crucial step to healthcare and meaningful use

As a healthcare community we all have our idiosyncrasies when it comes to how we do shorthand. For one person BS could mean blood sugar and for another it could mean bowel sounds. 532 more words


Get your video room systems and Skype for Business Online together

In spring this year, Polycom and Microsoft announced that they work on delivering a video interoperability service in the cloud to get your video room systems and Skype for Business Online together ( 226 more words


DAS 101: Introduction to Distributed Antenna Systems

The basic idea behind a Distributed Antenna System(DAS) is to utilize several different antennas over a required coverage area. Using this approach lessens the overall power requirements, as these more localized antennas can be placed more effectively to suit a smaller area rather than having a single, larger antenna that is a compromise for the wider coverage needed. 369 more words