The annual InterSystems Global Summit was held at the Hilton Bonnet Creek, Orlando in March 2011.
With streams for Software Developers, Executive Leadership and Healthcare IT there was something for all attendees.
Technology focussed on the new features in Cache 2011 and Ensemble 2011. This includes:
Government could seek damages for payroll implementation.
As reported by ITNews on June 30, 2010
As reported by the Sydney Morning Herald, March 7, 2011
THE computer system that runs emergency departments in NSW hospitals is compromising patients' care, according to the first systematic review of the troubled project that found it was crippled by design flaws.
The FirstNet system allows treatment details and test results to be assigned inadvertently to the wrong patient, according to the review. It is based on a technical study of the software and interviews with directors of seven Sydney emergency departments.
The system is so compromised it should be scrapped, a specialist doctors' group said yesterday.
THE University of Sydney removed from its website an extremely critical essay about a new multimillion-dollar emergency department IT system after pressure from the NSW Health Department. .
Doctors, nurses and administrators at four area health services heavily criticised the system - which tracks patients - as posing an ''unacceptably high risk'' to patient safety because it was so slow, cumbersome and inefficient.
Some hospitals have boycotted Cerner FirstNet and reverted to paper to record clinical notes because it is too difficult and too time-consuming to retrieve critical patient information from the system, the essay said.