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MIS. A syllable which prefixed to some word signifies some fault or defect; as, misadventure, misprision, mistrial, and the like.

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Executives can make clinical information systems appealing to physicians by making the presentation exciting.
This superior solution with Fuji Xerox Information Systems C2MS and Docent Enterprise will help customers achieve significant business value by optimizing human skills and improving performance.
Under the agreement, MedicaLogic and 3M will coordinate delivery of an integrated clinical information system to healthcare enterprises seeking best of class solutions to meet their clinicians' needs.
In other areas of the company, a good example is our former vice president of information systems.
A major determinant of success in competitive information systems development lies in the attitude, efforts, and skills of those managing the system.
By contrast, a sophisticated information system provides the infrastructure for an organization, underpinning operations from top to bottom, and connecting divisions and subsidiaries across business, geographical, and technological boundaries.
Reaping these benefits, however, means choosing a "next generation" information system - one that is not confined to billing and claims, or an electronic patient record.
And you, as information systems head, must match that decentralization of the business to stay close to your customers.
Departments of information systems of health care organizations usually are not at the center of clinical data collection and analysis, in part because they are usually led by managers who are not familiar with clinical practice.
Qualitative analysis of key market trends, market drivers, and restraints by each category within hospital information systems market.
For the past two years, as Medical Director of both Clinical Information Systems and the Critical Care Medical Unit at UMMC in Ann Arbor.

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