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During COVID-19 Pandemic, GoodFirms Discloses the List of Varied Types of HealthCare Software

during covid-19 pandemic, goodfirms discloses the list of varied types of healthcare software

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WASHINGTON, Sept. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — During the COVID-19 crisis, hospitals and healthcare companies are rushing to adapt various healthcare software to maintain and manage the records. As there is enough data for record-keeping, it is making it fussy and difficult to jot down everything on paper and hard to keep it safe. Thus, they consider using the software, and the most important reason is to reduce the viral transmission between patients and providers with the exchange of files or prescriptions.
That’s why most healthcare departments, pharmacy companies, and medical practice institutes have invested in software to keep the information confidential and secure and make it easier to get the data in just one click.  The other various health professionals and healthcare facility providers are facing challenges to pick the right tool. Therefore, GoodFirms.co has evaluated a list of trustworthy Medical Practice Management, Medical Transcription, Mental Health, Chiropractic, Child Care, Dental Practice, Electronic Medical Records, and Hospital Management Software.
Check out the List of the Most Excellent Healthcare Information Management Software at GoodFirms:
Best Medical Practice Management Software:
CureMD EHR, Kareo, MicroMD, CareCloud Central, Nextech Practice, Practicesuite, RXNT, CollaborateMD, edgeMED, Dr in Cloud.
https://www.goodfirms.co/medical-practice-management-software/
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Clearent acquires Wintac to expand field-service management software solutions

clearent acquires wintac to expand field-service management software solutions

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Sept. 24, 2020Payment-solutions provider Clearent has acquired Wintac, a field-service-management software solution that serves residential contractors providing HVAC, plumbing, electrical and other home-repair services.Wintac will now become part of FieldEdge, a wholly owned subsidiary of Clearent. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.The purchase is to help Clearent grow its market share in the mechanical contractor/field-services-management segment and help FieldEdge expand its current position as a provider of FSM solutions.”We are happy to welcome Wintac customers to the FieldEdge family,” said Connie Certusi, president of FieldEdge. “We look forward to engaging with these customers in the coming year to understand their needs as they relate to managing their field-service organization, to address those needs through FieldEdge, and to offer a cost-effective and smooth transition to FieldEdge when they are ready.”

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MSI Elevates Field Service Satisfaction with Service Pro Customer Experience

msi elevates field service satisfaction with service pro customer experience

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“Modern customers expect immediate communications and on-demand access to their service history,” said Geoff Surkamer, CEO of MSI, “But manual, paper-based processes limit service organizations’ ability to provide the high-quality experience customers want. With Service Pro Customer Experience, field service organizations now have the ability to grow their customer relationships with self-service tools, automated appointment updates by email and text, and 24/7 access to their service history.”

Today’s customers expect more. That’s because field service is being compared not to other field service providers, but to the best service experience customers have ever had. High-quality features that customers used to pay a premium for, such as online self-service and text notifications, are now considered standard options.
“In a world of abundant convenience, service providers that don’t offer tools to make it easy to do business with them will be left in the dust,” said David Charland, MSI’s vice president of product management. “At MSI, we recognize the importance of creating customer experiences that one-up the competition.”That’s why MSI is launching Service Pro Customer Experience, an add-on option to Service Pro, MSI’s end-to-end field service management solution. Service Pro Customer Experience combines two powerful features for field service customers: Service Pro …

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Hamilton County Schools Selects TITAN School Solutions for Nutrition Management Efficiencies Complete with COVID-Friendly Software Features

hamilton county schools selects titan school solutions for nutrition management efficiencies complete with covid-friendly software features

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Tennessee’s Hamilton County BOE selects TITAN School Solutions for nutrition program software efficiencies with COVID-friendly management advantages

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iOS 14: Apple Is Building A Fundamentally Different Future For Software

ios 14: apple is building a fundamentally different future for software

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iOS 14 is not neutral. It will privilege certain kinds of apps, de-prioritize others, and therefore impact what kinds of apps will be successful and which are more likely to fail. At least, according to the former head of Google’s iOS app.

iOS 14 is Apple’s latest mobile operating system for iPhone and iPad.

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If you’ve seen The Social Dilemma on Netflix, the iOS 14 imperative will ring a bell. Because in its new mobile operating system Apple is building a fundamentally different future for software that will result in attention-focused developers failing, and service-oriented developers winning, Nick Hobbs told me on a recent episode of the TechFirst podcast.

Hobbs is the former head of Google’s iOS app and current CEO of Broadsheet, which makes the subscription news service Brief.
“When you look at iOS 14, you can see that Apple is not neutral on the question of where technology goes in the future,” Hobbs says. “Littered throughout the OS are lots of changes that make it very clear they don’t want their products and platforms to be tools for attention merchants … I think the iOS 14 update is in both ways big and small, a really strong statement that Apple …

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Nokia and Optus to provide IoT software solutions to Australian mining, utilities and transportation industries

nokia and optus to provide iot software solutions to australian mining, utilities and transportation industries

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Press Release Nokia and Optus to provide IoT software solutions to Australian mining, utilities and transportation industries  Collaboration combines Nokia’s IMPACT IoT Platform with Optus services expertise and market reach Australia’s IoT market estimated to grow to USD 25 billion by 2024 24 September 2020 Sydney, Australia – Optus has selected Nokia’s IMPACT Internet of Things (IoT) platform to provide device management and data collection capabilities to their customers. Both companies have agreed on a joint go-to-market strategy to bring IoT solutions to Optus customers across multiple industry segments in Australia.Nokia’s industry leading IoT Device Management Platform (DMP) will enable Optus to provide its customers with simple access to Narrow Band-IoT device data, from low power devices, and remote device management at scale. This can be done regardless of device type. Nokia and Optus will work together to help create smart cities and support enterprise customers across industries, including mining, utilities and transportation. Anticipated industry applications include cost effective waste management, supply chain optimization, logistics management and scene analytics for improved safety and security.   Australia’s IoT market is estimated to grow to USD 25 billion by 2024, up from USD 7.9 billion in 20181, indicating the potential opportunity for Optus and Nokia.  The alliance builds …

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Breach at software provider to local governments, schools

breach at software provider to local governments, schools

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DALLAS (AP) — A major provider of software services for governments and schools across the United States, Tyler Technologies, told customers Wednesday that an unknown intruder broke into its phone and information technology systems. It could not immediately be determined whether ransomware may have been involved.The Plano, Texas-based company, whose website was offline, said in an email to customers that it discovered the breach Wednesday morning, contacted law enforcement and enlisted outside cybersecurity help. Tyler software provides service to state and local governments for everything from jail and court management systems to taxing, bill collection and land records. The publicly traded company said in a June earnings report that it had 26,000 installations with local, state and federal government entities in all 50 states, Canada, the Caribbean, Australia and other international locations.Tyler did not immediately respond to phone calls and emails Wednesday. On Twitter, it said “a network issue” was affecting its phones and web site and that it’s “working to resolve as quickly as possible.” The company’s website homepage said it was temporarily unavailable but provided no additional information. “At this time and based on the evidence available to us to-date, all indications are that the impact of …

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Data breach at software provider to local governments

data breach at software provider to local governments

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DALLAS — A major provider of software services to local governments and schools across the United States, Tyler Technologies, told customers Wednesday that an unknown intruder broke into its phone and information technology systems.

It could not immediately be determined whether ransomware may have been involved.

The Plano, Texas-based company, whose website was offline, said in an email sent to customers that it discovered the breach Wednesday morning, contacted law enforcement and enlisted outside cybersecurity help.

Tyler software provides service for jail and court management systems to taxing, bill collection and land records. Its customers include Des Moines, Hartford and St. Louis, County, according to a 2019 copy of its website on the Internet Archive. The archived website said its company software is “the perfect fit” for everything from small towns to counties serving more than 2 million people.

Tyler did not immediately respond to phone calls and emails Wednesday. On Twitter, it said “a network issue” was affecting its phone and web site and that “we’re working to resolve as quickly as possible.” The company’s home page said it was temporarily unavailable but provided no additional information.

“At this time and based on the evidence available to us to-date, all indications are …

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B2B SaaS cos weather the Covid-19 storm – Times of India

b2b saas cos weather the covid-19 storm – times of india

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Chennai: As businesses battle the fallout of Covid-19, 2020 is turning out to be a landmark year for majority Software as a Service (SaaS) businesses as increasing digitization and growing acceptance of remote work has made on-demand software an essential. Software in the areas of collaborative work, productivity management, and video conferencing solutions are seeing explosive growth globally. Analysts, investors, and entrepreneurs TOI spoke to said SaaS startups serving certain verticals have already met their year-end business goals and have seen almost 30%-50% growth during the past few months. Some have even gone on to seal million dollar deals and report almost 100% conversion rates. B2B SaaS startups, with focus on capital efficiency and sound unit economics, are better suited to weather such an economic crisis compared to consumer-centric ventures with insufficient cash runways and reliance on external funds, experts said. Classplus, a software provider for teachers and coaching institutes, says they have already achieved their year-end goals this year and grown over 500% in the past six months. With targeted marketing spends, SaaS players were able to optimise costs and operate efficiently during the pandemic, Mukul Rustagi, co-founder, Classplus, said. Facilio, a Chennai-based IoT SaaS startup for property management says revenue …

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Symplr Closes Acquisition of ComplyTrack

symplr closes acquisition of complytrack

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Strategic Acquisition Further Strengthens Industry-Leading Healthcare Governance, Risk, and Compliance Software Platform
symplr, a leading global healthcare governance, risk, and compliance (“GRC“) software-as-a-service platform, backed by Clearlake Capital Group, L.P. and SkyKnight Capital, has completed its acquisition of ComplyTrack from Wolters Kluwer. The acquisition further strengthens symplr as a global healthcare GRC leader by adding ComplyTrack’s risk and compliance software platform, encompassing issue and action management, incident management, contract and document management, and audit management SaaS solutions. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

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The combination of symplr and ComplyTrack expands the healthcare industry’s leading end-to-end GRC platform of scale by bolstering symplr’s existing provider quality and patient safety software solutions. symplr’s SaaS platform will now offer an end-to-end solution encompassing provider data management, workforce management, vendor and visitor management, and quality, compliance & safety, addressing the full spectrum of healthcare labor regulatory requirements while also improving patient outcomes and quality of service.
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Growth through acquisition, coupled with innovation, is an integral part of symplr’s business strategy to deliver the industry’s leading healthcare GRC SaaS platform. The acquisition of ComplyTrack represents …

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