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Epic Systems Modules EpicCare Ambulatory, Hyperspace, Epic OpTime, Cadence

Epic Systems Modules, Epic Hyperspace

One of the reasons why Epic Systems has become the technology leader in healthcare organizations is that they have built an integrated platform for almost all areas of care. Learn about the major modules, applications, and patient engagement tools from Epic. EpicCare Ambulatory, Epic Hyperspace, Cadence, Stork, MyChart, Epic Healthy Planet, Epic OpTime, Cupid, Epic Radiant, Epic ClinDoc, Chronicles, Epic ASAP.

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Top Medical Device Companies – CBET Certification, Biomedical Careers

top medical device companies

In a hospital IT department, it’s important to have an understanding of the medical devices that are being used in your organization. Many of those devices communicate data to and from many other systems, including electronic medical records. IT staff will work with the device engineers and Biomed technicians to configure communications settings, validate data, and refine workflow tasks.
While most of the companies covered here have operations and products outside the device area (sometimes many), some don’t have much of a connection to a hospital IT department.

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Change Control Procedures – Information Technology Change Control, IT Change Management

information technology change control, IT change management

The Information Technology department of many hospitals likely supports a hundred or more applications: everything from the electronic badge system for clocking in, lab software, pharmacy software, all the way to critical monitoring software for patients in the ICU. At any given time, any number of these systems may be in the process of major or minor upgrades, bug fixes, feature changes, and configuration changes. At the end of the day, responsibility for the success of these systems lies with the application analysts, their managers, and ultimately, the Chief Information Officer (CIO)

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