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New Resource Helps Medical Providers Fix Bugs in EHR Implementation

Nonprofit group iHealth Alliance has launched EHRevent.org: a national database where physicians and other healthcare providers can report issues related to use or implementations of electronic health records. The information tabulated by the database will be used by the FDA and other government agencies to educate healthcare providers about more …

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Harris Survey: Americans Want to Keep Online Security Simple

With growing rates of connectivity, Americans want virus and security protection of their PCs to be as simple as possible, according to a survey conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of PC Tools. The “Keep Internet Security Simple” survey’s findings said 76 percent of people would choose chores such as …

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Contracting Award Winners Excel in Leadership, Sustainability

At the recent 2010 Annual Greater Washington U.S. Government Contractor Awards, two companies who took home the biggest honors know what it takes to succeed – and not just in terms of the bottom line. As the winning companies. Booz Allen Hamilton and CGI know, community focus and employee engagement …

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HP Makes Final Cut with AFI Filmmakers

The AFI Conservatory, the American Film Institute’s Master of Fine Arts program, is now using HP Workstations to create its next cinematic projects. The 20 HP Z 800 Workstations feature 3-D, animation, stop-motion video, and breakthrough lighting, sounds and background capability. The same workstations were used in the creation of …

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Feeling Blue, or Do You Suffer from SAD?

EHS Corporate Care For some executives, fall brings the energy of football and tailgates, holidays and family gatherings. For others, November means a serious mood change. Symptoms may creep up slowly or manifest quickly with excessive sleeping yet a lack of energy, or unusual cravings for sweets and starchy foods. …

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Vampires Beware: New IBM Project Aims to Slay Standby Energy

IBM has partnered with the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne in Switzerland in a project to increase energy efficiency of devices and reduce consumption of standby power. Called Project Steeper, the initiative aims to increase active use efficiency by a factor of ten and virtually eliminate standby power using tunnel …

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