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By Doyle McManus The former head of the federal Information Sharing Environment says agencies must be forced to adopt common systems for tagging information, flagging what’s important and making sense of it quickly. Most of the new federal agencies created … Continue reading
By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER Published: December 6, 2009, The New York Times A big pile of city crime reports is not all that useful. But what if you could combine that data with information on bars, sidewalks and subway stations … Continue reading
Gartner Predicts that Open-Source Business Intelligence Tools Production Deployments Will Grow Five-Fold through 2012
Future of BI to Be Discussed at Gartner Business Intelligence Summits, in London, Sydney, and Las Vegas Once the preserve of cash-strapped organizations, open-source business intelligence (BI) tools are becoming a mainstream deployment option for all kinds of BI usage, … Continue reading
By Marianne Kolbasuk McGee , InformationWeek Rhode Island is the first state in the U.S. to begin tracking swine flu outbreaks using e-prescription data. State public health officials are electronically monitoring possible H1NI outbreaks based on e-prescription data from pharmacies … Continue reading
The UK Government recently announced that it is opening up more choice for patients as they will soon be able to register with a GP practice of their choice. This new tool will help patients make that choice and is … Continue reading
European scientists make use of increasingly large amounts of data derived from a wide variety of sources. This data, often coming from repositories across Europe, is used not just in checking experimental hypotheses, but also for supporting new hypotheses, novel … Continue reading
Emergency Medical Associates, which provides emergency services to hospitals and health systems in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania, is using business intelligence technology from SAP to track swine flu this autumn. The SAP (NYSE: SAP) technology will enable EMA … Continue reading
John Moore, http://www.govhealthit.com, writes; When Carlo Govia first arrived at the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH), he found a stodgy, largely manual system with plenty of paper-clogged bottlenecks. Govia, the department’s chief financial officer and first deputy commissioner, said … Continue reading
Information security weaknesses at the Government body in charge of compiling information on all homes in England risk turning the database into a “burglar’s charter”, the Tories have said. The Opposition issued the warning after it emerged an expert assessment … Continue reading