IBM Developer Ecosystem Blog
From; EE Times: Medical Device Design: Best Practices for Managing System Requirements
By: Martin Bakal, November 4, 2011
Interesting article in EE Times by Martin Bakal, Worldwide Market Manager, Electronics Industry, IBM Rational.
From the article;
IBM Rational DOORS, (Figure 3), is a leading requirements management tool for the medical device industry. It allows the type of deep dive analysis you need to build products in a highly regulated industry like the medical device industry. In general, it is important to use tools that support the overall process. Organizations also need tools that are easy to use so engineers are willing to adopt them, otherwise they will revert back to old, bad habits.
Read the full article here : http://www.eetimes.com/design/medical-design/4230366/Medical-Device-Design--Best-practices-for-managing-system-requirements
This should be fascinating.... the IBM POV with a good cross industry perspective to round out the event....
one-day workshops, Health Information in the Cloud: Business Strategy, Security &
Deployment, are designed for healthcare providers.
On March 15th in Charlotte, NC and March 21st in Chapel Hill, NC
top experts in cloud computing will discuss the technology and its place in the
healthcare industry with an audience of healthcare providers. Your
partners and their healthcare customers may be interested in attending.
The opening panel includes IBM’s top life sciences executive. You
can see the full
agenda here for both sessions.
Defining the Cloud, the Compliance Implications for Health Care IT,
and the Benefits & Risks of a Cloud Computing Strategy
· E. Loren Buhle, Jr., PhD, Life Sciences Executive, IBM
· Gunnar Hellekson, Chief Technology Strategist, Red Hat
· Marlin Pohlman, PhD, Chief Governance Officer, EMC2
· Chris Gough, Healthcare Solution Architect, Intel Corporation
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IBM often describes itself as a "Globally Integrated Enterprise". What isn't mentioned as often is the fact that the Globally Integrated Enterprise is greatly extended by our partners. IBM works very hard at integrating our partners to drive better customer outcomes on a worldwide basis.
Today's case in point, Complex Medical Information Systems a specialized IT company, and validated IBM Health Integration Framework partner, offering a full range of software and hardware solutions and automation systems development and implementation services to healthcare institutions.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced today that multiple hospitals throughout Russia have switched from paper-based medical systems to a new solution from IBM and Complex Medical Information Systems (C-MIS) to provide fast electronic medical record exchange and unified access to many types of healthcare data, allowing doctors and medical staff to share information and access tests and lab results instantly to improve decision making.
See http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/russian-hospitals-digitize-medical-information-improve-access-to-patient-data-with-ibm-technology-113290579.html for an interesting story.