Datawatch Corporation has announced an OEM partnership with Semantic Visions to deliver real-time predictive analysis and visualization of supply chain disruptions on the SAP HANA platform.
Healthcare professionals are working hard to prepare for the transition to the ICD-10 coding classification system. The deadline of October 2014 is coming faster and faster. Industry professionals have advice on how to make the next year and half as productive as possible. Becker’s ASC Review brought this topic to our attention in their article, “7 Ways to Make the ICD-10 Switch Less Painful.”
Infolinx System Solutions has been chosen by the Virginia Department of Social Services (VDSS) – Division of Child Support Enforcement (DCSE) for their enterprise physical records management software, Infolinx WEB Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS). This move will be taking their records management from spreadsheets to a robust, browser-based solution.
The patented, rule-based application searches and analyzes the text in providers’ notes in electronic medical records to suggest highly relevant Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) codes for human review. Access Integrity CEO John Kuranz says the new technology will revolutionize the medical coding and billing industries.
A recent study by Stone Temple Consulting on whether or not Google + shares alone can affect search engine rank. This seems a little precise for a study, but they took three websites and had two unique pages of applicable content published on each. One was a control page and one was a test page. Next , they had Google+ influencers share the page, as well as a handful of other participants who were instructed to only share the page, not visit or link to it in any other way.
CrowdSource works with national clients such as BazaarVoice, Citysearch, Dictionary.com, and ToysRUs, so it shouldn’t be surprising that they have recently launched Transcribe.com, which adds audio and video transcription solutions to its list of managed crowdsourcing solutions. This interesting news was found on Digital Journal in their article, “CrowdSource Expands With Launch of Crowd-Powered Transcription Company.”
The Church of the Latter Day Saints are notorious for their genealogy, archiving, and indexing of familial and church history. Now the Catholic church is in the business of preserving history digitally, at least in one archdiocese. The new director of the archdiocesan Office of Archives and Records, Claire Galloway Jenkins, arrived recently at the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta, ready to get started.
One biologist spends an inordinate amount of time sending a faux paper with incorrect and downright false information to be published. The surprise is that the majority of the papers are published.
Data tends to pile up on file servers, creating backlogs, slow service, and poor search results. Continuing to expand storage footprints is simply not sustainable or productive. But what are the options? Information Management brought this interesting quandary to our attention in their article, “Data Cleanup: Big Data Can Pose Big Risk.”
I have found another taxonomy of a not-so-usual subject – band names. This beautifully designed infographic tracks band names in a variety of well-organized categories. The charts track which locations are most frequently cited in band names point heavily toward a bias in the direction of the Eastern half of the United States and aside from a short list of two, Australia is largely neglected.