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computer science

1. The development, configuration, and architecture of computer hardware and software.
2. The study of computer hardware and software.
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Since Nuance's acquisition of Focus Infomatics in March 2007, Dictaphone customers have benefited from the combined offering of speech recognition, a Web-based editing platform and highly-optimized, off-shore operational facilities.
This is the third time Focus Infomatics has been ranked #1 in the Professional Services for Outsourced Transcription category by KLAS Enterprises, LLC, a research and consulting organization specializing in monitoring and reporting the performance of healthcare information technology (HIT) vendors.
Furthermore, we have been featured in other articles such as Healthcare IT News (February 2007), Healthcare Infomatics (April 2007) and Advance for Health Information Professionals (May 2007).
Further supporting Nuance's commitment to deliver the market's leading speech-enabled solutions was the company's March acquisition of Focus Infomatics, the premier healthcare speech recognition editing services organization as recognized by the 2006 Best in KLAS award, having ranked #1 in the Outsourced Transcription market evaluation.
Strategic Acquisitions - The Company announced the acquisition of BeVocal and Focus Infomatics, adding experienced teams and proven solutions to enhance Nuance's growing stream of hosted, subscription- and transaction-based revenues.
Among the 8 Medical Transcription Service Organizations studied, Focus Infomatics received the highest scores overall, ranking #1 in the Performance Indicator Average.
NASDAQ: NUAN), a leading provider of speech solutions, announced that it has closed its acquisition of Focus Infomatics, Inc.
NASDAQ: NUAN), a leading provider of speech solutions, today announced a definitive agreement whereby Nuance will acquire Focus Infomatics, Inc.
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Progressive Outcomes: infomatics company that has developed a computer program to help renal care physicians track their patient's progress, improve outcomes and double life expectancy for chronic renal care patients.
Cheung, a world-renown clinical researcher in the fields of vascular biology and medical infomatics, has agreed to join the Board of Advisors of Rheologics Technologies to assist in the direction of its clinical research program.