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E-Pharmacists Improve Patient Safety, Staff Efficiency

Hospital staff can now electronically access a 24-hour pharmacist service, even when there is no pharmacist available on-site. Read More >

New Eclipsys Clinical Apps Ease Drug Orders

Latest release reduces the number of clicks physicians need to make to complete an order and automatically adds in billing codes to eliminate additional entries. Read More >

Doctors Using Handhelds, But Not for Medicine

U.S. physicians are five times as likely as general consumers to use handheld computers, but they're mostly using them to keep track of appointments rather than to access electronic medical records. Read More >

The Downside Managing of Up

CIOs are working hard to gain a seat at the executive table. But are they leaving their lieutenants behind? The consequences are harsh when cios forget to manage down as they climb up the ladder. Read More >

Data Management: Getting Clean

Sophisticated business intelligence tools give executives greater "visibility" into their company's operations than ever before, but they're useless—and even self-defeating— if the underlying data's not clean.

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Building Archimedes - a Q&A with 'Dr. Data'

Online exclusive: David Eddy tells Executive Editor Allan Alter how he and Kaiser Permanente's Leonard Schlessinger conceived and built a software modeling program that attempts to boost the quality of health care at less cost. Read More >

How the Net Can Speed Drug Testing

Online exclusive: Online clinical trial service organizations can span geographical distances and logistical hurdles to maintaining records on lengthy testing procedures. Read More >

Book Brief: The Quest for Global Dominance

The authors, professors of global strategy, apply a decade of research to showing companies how to effectively globalize. Read More >

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