Healthcare

PRODUCTS

  • 120 Megapixel CMOS Sensor: 120MXS

    The 120MXS 120 Megapixel CMOS Sensor has a pixel count equivalent to the approximate number of photoreceptor cells in the human eye. Recording capabilities at approximately 60x the full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 are made possible by parallel signal processing, which reads signals at a high speed from multiple pixels.

  • pco.dicam C4: 4 channel intensified sCMOS camera

    PCO introduces the new pco.dicam C4 as a fully integrated 4-channel intensified camera system to exploit the full performance inherent to scientific CMOS sensor technology. The pco.dicam C4 distributes the incident light from a single optical input to multiple modules. These modules are capable of detecting very few photons with nanosecond time resolution.

  • Storm, Sewer and Flood Modeling

    Create and simulate using a digital twin of your network.

  • Risk & Quality Management

    Global supply chain risks result from a variety of factors including inadequate or poor product quality testing and supplier management programs. The volatile socio-economic climate coupled with the constantly changing regulatory demands from governments at all levels has created an environment where strong risk mitigation practices are not only a competitive advantage, but a critical lifeline for brand survival. Brand manufacturers and retailers must take measures to help ensure accountability and full supply chain transparency.

  • Treatment Plant Design And Analysis

    Water and wastewater treatment plant design is a large scale, complex engineering effort requiring a design team, often spread across many offices, and involving collaboration between different consulting firms, contractors, and owners. Bentley’s solution creates multi-discipline 3D models that can optimize project delivery and improve the management of infrastructure asset information as the project passes from design into construction and ultimately through to operations.

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • The Future Of Shipping In Modern Medicine: Reusable Vs. Single-Use Shippers

    A shipping solution that maintains the temperature of a product in its  journey to the patient, preserves the intent of the medication, the safety of the investment, and the lives of the patients who depend on them.

  • MSP Saves $75k With Liongard

    Established in 2001, ES Consulting takes a holistic approach to serving its customers and helping them grow. This includes extensive industry expertise, adherence to best practices, and investing in its infrastructure to automate for greater efficiency. The nationally renowned MSP has been featured on Inc.’s lists of Best Workplaces and Top 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies, and has become a mainstay on Channel Futures’ MSP 501 annual list of top managed service providers in the world.

  • Alaris Supports Ascentas’ Cloud-First Strategy

    Ascentas first company in Europe to leverage the power of Alaris Capture Pro Software in the cloud.

  • Streamline Medical Device Compliance With Jama: How Jama Simplifies FDA Compliance By Improving Processes

    Instead of focusing on FDA-regulation as the driving force in product development, compliance should instead be an outcome of a streamlined process that ensures a safe and reliable product is delivered to market. Achieving compliance, and creating the documentation, is an outcome of the focus and rigor required for regulated product development. This article discusses how Jama Software can simplify FDA processes by improving development and production.

  • Qualification And Validation Of Isolator Systems

    Successful qualification and documentation processes start in the planning phase of a project, follow through manufacturing and lifecycle of the equipment.

  • EPA Integrates Emergency Response To Help Make Informed Mission-Critical Decisions The EPA and Tetra Tech have iteratively developed a robust emergency response solution over time, by learning from individual site-specific cleanup activities that occur every day and scaling these activities during significant response events.
  • Steps To Paperless Clinical Research Sites

    This paper presents insight and expertise on how investigative sites can begin the transformation to digital documents, including concrete, practical suggestions for eliminating the inefficiencies inherent in printing, storing, and managing paper documents.

  • Serialization: Optimizing, Planning And Implementation

    Increased globalization in the supply chain for prescription drugs has also increased the distribution of counterfeit drugs. Product serialization enables manufacturers and distributors to protect consumers from potentially harmful counterfeit and stolen drug products by improving supply chain tracking, visibility and management.

  • Reinventing Claims Payment For A Value-Based World

    Payers need to choose between automated payment and accurate automated payment.

  • 5 Future-Proof Capabilities Your FSM Platform Should Have

    FSOs are looking for solutions that will help them automate work order creation, scheduling/dispatch, location tracking, and time/labor tracking, and grow along with their business requirements. All future-proof solutions should include these five critical capabilities.

  • Regulatory Perspective: Digital Health Technology Tools

    Digital health technology tools (DHTTs) can help capture patient experiences in real world settings. In addition to providing richer and more comprehensive information on how patients are functioning and feeling, DHTTs can help minimize barriers to obtaining patient experience data during clinical investigations. Read how these novel approaches and tools can support regulatory decision-making.

  • Unifying Cell Therapy Logistics And Manufacturing

    The supply chain and logistics for cell and gene therapies are especially critical to ensure the right patient gets the right treatment at the right time. Collaboration is the key to solving challenges such as data management and process variability, as stakeholders work towards a common goal—getting these life-saving treatments to the people who need them.

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