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Digital Mammography in Sopron, Hungary Digital Mammography in Sopron, Hungary

Date added: 10/15/2009
Date modified: 09/01/2010
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A new, CR-based digital mammography system has been installed at the X-Ray and Isotope Diagnostic Department of the Erzsébet Teaching Hospital in the city of Sopron, Western Hungary. We interviewed many of those involved, including: Tibor Baranyai, General Director and Chief Physician, Péter Mersich, Department Engineer, Ildikó Süle, XRay Assistant, and Erika Böszörményi Tiborné, XRay
Prof. Dr. Tibor Baranyai, Chief Physician Professor, why did you choose to be among the first in Hungary to introduce digital imaging technology?

InterSystems Case Study: Sinikithemba InterSystems Case Study: Sinikithemba

Date added: 03/02/2010
Date modified: 09/01/2010
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Delivering quality care in a challenging environment

How do you deliver better care to a growing number of patients in an increasingly pressured environment? At Sinikithemba HIV/AIDS Care Centre in Durban, South Africa, staff have turned to TrakCare™ – a Web-based healthcare information system from InterSystems that helps them treat and counsel thousands of people more efficiently and attentively than ever before.

Caché Case Study: HealthPac Computer Systems, Inc. Caché Case Study: HealthPac Computer Systems, Inc.

Date added: 03/02/2010
Date modified: 09/01/2010
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Healthpac Modernizes MultiValue Application with Caché

Healthpac Computer Systems, Inc. ( of Savannah, Georgia makes and sells billing systems to hospitals, clinics, and physician’s offices.

Healthpac’s willingness to customize their solution to their clients’ needs has led to a steadily growing list of large sales opportunities. But to compete for those larger opportunities, Healthpac needed to modernize their D3-based “H2003” application.

In particular, they wanted a browser-based user interface, and ODBC data access so that the application can be queried by commonly used reporting and analysis tools.

Bangkok DusitMedical Services, Thailand Bangkok DusitMedical Services, Thailand

Date added: 03/02/2010
Date modified: 09/01/2010
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TrakCare Supports Rapid Growth at Bangkok DusitMedical Services

Bangkok Dusit Medical Services (BDMS) is the leading health service provider in Thailand with 18 hospital branches across the country.

Its Bangkok Medical Center (BMC) is a four-hospital medical campus featuring numerous specialties, 650 doctors, the pervasive use of advanced technology, and a focus on patient care that draws clients from Thailand, Asia, and around the world.

BDMS relies on InterSystems TrakCare™ to help it meet the highest standards for care and operational efficiency.

Health Authority of Valle d’Aosta Health Authority of Valle d’Aosta

Date added: 03/02/2010
Date modified: 09/01/2010
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TrakCare Brings Electronic Patient Record to Residents in theMountains of Italy

The local health authority (Authority), of Valle d’Aosta, in the mountainous northwest corner of Italy, provides medical services to approximately 118,000 residents in 74 towns.

Organized into four districts, it manages two hospitals (Viale Ginevra and Beauregard, with 436 beds and 40 outpatient positions) and a clinic (15 beds, eight outpatient positions) in Aosta, the regional capital. In addition, multispecialty ambulatory care facilities are distributed among the region’s districts. Overall, in one year the Authority handles approximately 50,000 emergency room episodes and 22,000 hospital admissions. Ambulatory services amount to approximately 220,000 visits per year.

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