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Archive for May, 2012

15
May

Big Data Takes Bite out of Fraud

Medicare paid a hefty $5.6 billion to 2,600 pharmacies with billings now in question, according to a new report from U.S. Health and Human Services. Among the pharmacies is a Kansas corner drugstore investigators say submitted more than 1,000 prescriptions each for two patients in just one year.

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8
May

Cloud Helps BPM on Road to Growth

Business process management, or BPM, has traditionally been thought of as a complex approach best suited for larger companies. As cloud, mobile computing—and people—evolve, however, BPM’s promise of optimization and efficiency is becoming more accessible.

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3
May

Enterprise Infrastructure Must Deliver

When building out an enterprise infrastructure, it’s important to have focus. Sound familiar? It should. Like most things in the enterprise, there must be balance between the race to implement all things high-tech, and understanding what equipment will really drive business once deployed. And while many things in the enterprise aren’t often solved with a simple check list, Gartner believes they’ve uncovered five key points where enterprise architecture must “evolve the business” and “respond to business threats and opportunities.” Each key point is defined as a “deliverable” and there are five specific deliverables which will ensure enterprise architecture (EA) is up to snuff.

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1
May

NY Researchers Using Analytics to Fight MS

By Marie LingblomEnterprises use big data analytics to filter vast amounts of information to reach more accurate insights and make better decisions. The technology is also being used more and more by health care researchers and providers to deliver better treatments and save lives.

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