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Q. I am looking for an Enterprise-wide Hospital Management Software to run a tertiary level of care Hospital. The software should be an ERP taking into account all the hospital's operation from reception to admission, tranfer, to discharge, including facility management, account department operations to house keeping and Human Resources Management

A. Not really my field, but googling would give you plenty of results, and this one (http://www.business.com/directory/health_care/facilities_and_health_systems/facilities_management/) might be a good place to start your search.

Also, here (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_open_source_healthcare_software) you can find a list of open source healthcare software you may find usefull.


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Hunt, Ramsay Crooks, Robert Stuart, and other intrepid Astorians, in their ill-fated expeditions across the mountains, appeared for a time to check all further enterprise in that direction.
Having thus given the reader some idea of the actual state of the fur trade in the interior of our vast continent, and made him acquainted with the wild chivalry of the mountains, we will no longer delay the introduction of Captain Bonneville and his band into this field of their enterprise, but launch them at once upon the perilous plains of the Far West.
But supposing they did succeed in their rash enterprise, how would they return?
Maston should have done before sending this telegram forth to the world, which, according to his idea, told the whole result of the enterprise.
Unlike other wireless data solutions, Neomar's SERP prevents decryption of corporate data by the service provider, while allowing enterprises to avoid the cost and complexity of establishing a separate private connection to each carrier.
Globalization of enterprises, mergers, acquisitions and deregulation all have brought about changes in the way business is conducted and in the ways CPAs report on business activities.
com/reports/c50991) has announced the addition of Datamonitor's new report: Security Investment in Large Enterprises H1 2006 (Databook) to their offering.
Traditional enterprises such as Wal-Mart (which is building www.
com/reports/c47617) has announced the addition of Datamonitor's new report: Enterprise Applications Investment in Small Enterprises H1 2006 to their offering.
Although enterprises in Asia Pacific have traditionally relied on TDM-based Centrex services to meet their voice services needs, the Centrex market is approaching saturation and the technology is expected to be largely replaced by solutions that offer enhanced features.
Enterprise customers are beginning to discover blogs as a great communication and collaboration tool, and the partnership with KnowNow will allow us to serve those enterprises best," said Toni Schneider, chief executive officer of Automattic.
This databook from the Technology Trends service helps vendors to understand enterprises current and forthcoming investment in enterprise applications in Benelux.