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  • Spectrum Monitor Module: MS27100A
    Spectrum Monitor Module: MS27100A

    The MS27100A is designed to facilitate the identification and removal of illegal or unlicensed interference signals. Problem signals can be identified as they occur in real time by monitoring a spectrum continuously. Unwanted signal activity and their patterns can also be observed, which provides an efficient way to characterize and locate the source of the interference problem.

  • Options For Better Storm Water Management
    Options For Better Storm Water Management

    Bio-Microbics focuses on solutions to satisfy Sustainable Drainage/Permeable Pavement requirements before discharge into rivers and other waterways. Bio-Microbics manufactures simple, low cost, robust Rainwater Filtration Devices and highly-effective, 2-stage storm water treatment systems to remove these pollutants; including, trash, debris, sediment, hydrocarbons, and other pollutants. These devices and systems provide the treatment and filtration of contaminants from runoff. Ensuring that your surface has adequate drainage and controlling pollutants from runoff, while recharging groundwater sources instead of contributing to runoff issues, is a more sustainable site practice. See also; Greywater Treatment Systems for water reuse.

  • Compounding Pharmacy Isolator
    Compounding Pharmacy Isolator
    The PharmaGard ES PR797 Compounding Pharmacy Isolator creates a recirculating positive pressure ISO Class 5 clean air controlled environment for aseptic compounding of non-hazardous drugs guaranteed to meet USP 797 compliance requirements.
  • Academic eClinical Software: mEDU
    Academic eClinical Software: mEDU

    mEDU is CFR Part 11 compliant software with CloudEDC™ that is FREE for investigator initiated trials.

  • Electrocoagulation Technology
    Electrocoagulation Technology

    Electrocoagulation is an electro-chemical process that simultaneously removes heavy metals, suspended solids, emulsified organics and many other contaminants from water using electricity instead of expensive chemical reagents. The process uses electricity and sacrificial plates to combine with contaminants in a waste stream, producing insoluble oxides and hydroxides - floc - that are easily separated from the clear water.

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • Strengthening Data Security From End To End
    Strengthening Data Security From End To End 2015 ushered in an explosion of many high-profile security breaches, leaving millions of health records exposed and costing exorbitant amounts in time, money and reputation. One in three Americans, in fact, experienced breaches of their healthcare records last year, with large-scale hacks representing 98 percent of data compromises. Most notably, last year’s cyberattack on Anthem exposed nearly 79 million records, and one at Premera Blue Cross affected 11 million individuals. Both were the result of phishing attacks. The publicity around these events has propelled healthcare to the forefront of IT security discussions, especially as it relates to the protection of personal patient data and what can be done to better protect it.
  • Why Security Awareness Training Is An Essential Part Of Your Security Strategy
    Why Security Awareness Training Is An Essential Part Of Your Security Strategy

    Every year, millions of people fall victim to cybercrime. Hackers and criminals prey on their victims using a wide variety of elaborate techniques such as phishing emails, ransomware attacks, and phony web pages, among others. In fact, scams that have plagued society for centuries only continue to grow in size, sophistication, and complexity. For instance, the well-known Nigerian email hoax has roots from a common “Spanish Prisoner” scam that dates back more than 100 years. In this type of primitive “advanced fee scam,” the fraudster requests cash in return for a large commission which, of course, is never delivered.

  • California Power Utility Uses New SCU Media To Meet Nickel Discharge
    California Power Utility Uses New SCU Media To Meet Nickel Discharge

    Evoqua was contacted by a large Southern California power utility. The customer was in the first phase of a large investment at the site and required assistance to drain a large cooling water intake system. Evoqua evaluated treatment with the new SCU adsorptive media and was capable of reaching the desired treatment goal.

  • MSP Helion Automotive Technologies Delivers Best-Of-Breed Protection
    MSP Helion Automotive Technologies Delivers Best-Of-Breed Protection

    Founded in 1997 by Erik Nachbahr in his Baltimore basement, Helion Automotive Technologies has quickly grown to be America’s largest outsourced technology provider for auto dealerships. Helion brings considerable brainpower and experience to bear on all things relating to automotive technology. With over 650 dealerships and body shops under management, Helion’s staff is keenly in tune with the unique challenges faced by auto dealers, both technical and operational.

  • Springdale, Arkansas' Headworks MS Bar Screen "Hunts!" As It Removes Fence Posts
    Springdale, Arkansas' Headworks MS Bar Screen "Hunts!" As It Removes Fence Posts

    Northwest Arkansas has been one of the faster growing regions of the United States in the early 2000s. Driven by the growth of the poultry industry as well as education and health professions, the city of Springdale has seen significant economic and population growth. There is also a thriving leisure and hospitality industry as recreation in the Ozarks continues to grow. The population is now estimated to be approximately 80,000 people compared to 46,000 in the 2000 census.

  • Enorsul Saneamento Optimizes Olinda’s Water Distribution System, Reducing Water Losses
    Enorsul Saneamento Optimizes Olinda’s Water Distribution System, Reducing Water Losses

    Bentley’s WaterGEMS Helps Identify and Prioritize Solutions, Including Implementing 43 Metering and Control Zones

  • How Today's Investments Shape Tomorrow's Field Service Landscape
    How Today's Investments Shape Tomorrow's Field Service Landscape

    A multitude of emerging technologies are changing the landscape of service management. Many of these technologies — once considered luxuries — will become necessities over the next five years. This report explores how today's investments by the Best-in-Class influence tomorrow's service landscape. Most importantly, the report will explain how you can prepare your firm right now. 

  • Planning Quality Into Clinical Trials: Integrating RBM And QbD
    Planning Quality Into Clinical Trials: Integrating RBM And QbD

    Drug developers are focusing significant attention on risk-based monitoring (RBM) of clinical trials to improve data quality, trial efficiency and patient safety. Widely encouraged by regulatory agencies, RBM adoption is gradually building momentum as sponsors and contract research organizations (CROs) concentrate on developing the right strategies, deploying the most effective technologies and internally managing change.

  • Phoenix Children’s Hospital Improves Service And Timely Revenue With Verisma’s Release Of Information Technology And Expert Support
    Phoenix Children’s Hospital Improves Service And Timely Revenue With Verisma’s Release Of Information Technology And Expert Support

    Since the hospital’s founding in 1983, Phoenix Children’s Hospital (PCH) has provided hope, healing, and the best health care for children across Arizona. Over 80 percent of pediatric subspecialists in the metropolitan area and 50 percent of pediatricians in Maricopa County are associated with PCH’s ambulatory and acute care network.

  • Moving Beyond Excel To Purpose-Built Applications For Speedier Study Startup
    Moving Beyond Excel To Purpose-Built Applications For Speedier Study Startup

    With a proliferation of cloud-based technologies already improving clinical trial performance, it is surprising that Excel spreadsheets are still a predominant force. Research dating back to the late 1990s and early 2000s documents that Excel was not designed to collect and analyze clinical trial data and it lacks project management capability, yet its extensive use persists.

  • Celgene Leverages ERT eCOA Data for FDA Approval
    Celgene Leverages ERT eCOA Data for FDA Approval

    A biopharmaceutical company wanted to determine whether patients treated with an oral inhibitor of phosphodieasterase-4 (PDE-4) would show improvement in signs and symptoms of PsA. They used ERT eCOA tablets to collect data about patient symptoms as observed by physicians through the ACR assessment which was used to assess efficacy. Results showed reduced monitoring time and costs, decreased time to database lock, and FDA approval.

  •  Valley Medical Center Improves Patient Outcomes And Achieves Cost Savings With Communication Platform
    Valley Medical Center Improves Patient Outcomes And Achieves Cost Savings With Communication Platform

    Valley Medical Center is an acute care, non-profit community hospital in the suburbs of Seattle. An entity of University of Washington Medicine, Valley Medical Center has a network of primary care, urgent care and specialty care clinics throughout King County. HealthCare’s Most Wired and HIMSS Analytics Stage 7 awards are evidence of the hospital’s commitment to using innovative healthcare technologies to deliver high-quality care.

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