Exhange of Laboratory Information and Clinical Data between Health Organizations in the event of diagnosis of predefined Notifiable Diseases and Infectious Diseases that may pose a serious Public Health Risk. Mandatory Health Data Reporting requirements and Non-Mandatory Lab Data reporting within Health Information Organizations.
Public health relies on data reported by health care partners, and information technology makes such reporting easier than ever. However, data are often structured according to a variety of different terminologies and formats, making data interfaces complex and costly.
Information flows freely across the World now via Internet and Satellites regardless of Social International boundaries and different Cultural ideas.
The Library and Information Services Internet Research Register offers you the opportunity to register details of research and projects on which you or your organisation/institution are working. The database is hyperlinked to the LIS journals http://www.infosciencetoday.org
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Students reports will never be the same. Teaching research skills in the library media center will never again be a pale imitation of real-life information searches.
What the Internet entails and that it is an instructional resource, not a subject in itself, are two main concepts to understand before attempting to integrate the Net into a school’s curriculum. New users sometimes have difficulty fathoming the expanse of the Internet’s holdings. The school library may have one or two resources on a given topic.
Over one-third of all public schools are known to be using the Internet according to preliminary numbers from Market Data Retrieval’s (MDR) 1996 K-12 technology survey. In addition, almost three-quarters of all districts have at least one school on the Internet.
Although smart companies are using Web services to improve the way they do business, firms have even more to gain by changing the way they think about their infrastructure. According to a new research report, Chief Information Officers (CIO) that adopt the discipline of service-oriented architecture are positioning their firms for better business agility through more advanced Web services and a tenfold improvement in integration costs.
Many thought it was archaic and dying, but after almost three decades years of existence, one of the most widely deployed standards for conducing e-Business transactions is as strong as ever, and even continuing to grow. At the same time, newer standards are evolving and competing for ubiquity in an ever-changing technology market.