Murali of Divis Lab highest paid Indian pharma honcho in FY19

first_imgHyderabad: Chairman and Managing Director of city-based pharma company Divi’s Laboratories Murali K Divi is the highest paid executive of the Indian pharma industry with Rs 58.8 crore remuneration which includes salary and commission in 2018-19. According to Divis latest annual report, Murali Divi, the promoter-executive,was given a hike of 46.3 per cent in his remuneration over the previous fiscal. The companyoffered nearly Rs 30 crore to its Executive Director N V Ramana and over Rs 20 crore to whole-time director Kiran S. Divi, son of Murali Divi, towards remunerations in the last fiscal. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscalMurali Divi received close to Rs 57.61 crore through commissions for the year. In FY18, he had received Rs 40.20 crore towards remuneration which included commission of Rs 39 crore. The percentage increase in the median remuneration for the employees of the company for FY19 was 3.96 per cent. The drug maker clocked Rs 1,333 crore profit after tax (PAT) on Rs 5,036 crore revenues for the year 2018-19. When it comes to other pharma players, Dilip Shanghvi, founder and managing director of countrys largest drug firm Sun Pharmatook home just Rs one as salary and Rs 2,62,800 as perks during FY19. Also Read – Food grain output seen at 140.57 mt in current fiscal on monsoon boostThe country second largest pharma company in terms of revenues, Aurobindo Pharma paid Rs 14.6 crore towards remuneration in FY 19 to its managing directorN Govindarajan,a professional belonging to non-promoter category. The remuneration to Govindarajan included salary and perquisites, commission up to 1 per cent of the net profits of the company (calculated as per the Companies Act, 2013 subject to a ceiling of Rs 10 crore for each financial year). Aurobindo reported Rs 2,356 crore PAT in 2018-19 on Rs 19,564 crore total revenues. GV Prasad Co-Chairman, Managing Director and CEO of Dr Reddys Laboratories took nearly Rs 12.4 crore home by way of of remuneration in FY19. Prasad, who has been replaced by Erez Israel as CEO from August 1, had received Rs 7.75 crore remuneration during 2017-18. Dr Reddys PAT was up 92 per cent in FY 19 at Rs 1880 crore (revenues Rs 15,400 crore) over the previous fiscal. Umang Vohra Managing Director and Global Chief Executive Office of Cipla Limited was paid 20.23 per cent less when compared to FY 18 to Rs 15.03 crore remuneration in 2018-19. Vohra received Rs 18.85 crore in 2017-18.last_img read more

Annan expresses dismay at new killings in Iraq

“He expresses his heartfelt condolences to the families of the victims of this attack and to the Government of Italy,” a UN spokesman said in New York.Spokesman Fred Eckhard reiterated Mr. Annan’s belief in the rapid transfer of sovereignty to the Iraqi people.Asked at a press briefing whether, in view of current high-level discussions in Washington, D.C., the UN believed Iraq was ready to be governed by Iraqis, Mr. Eckhard said Mr. Annan had already told the Security Council of his belief that the rapid transfer of power would be good for the country.A clear timeline for the handover of sovereignty to the Iraqis would help to reduce tensions somewhat and those views have not changed, Mr. Eckhard added. read more

UN convention agrees to double biodiversity funding accelerate preservation measures

The decision was made at the 12th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD COP-12) in Pyeongchang.Delegations attending the meeting, which opened 6 October in Republic of Korea’s key mountain and forest region, agreed on the so-called “Pyeongchang Road Map,” and “Gangwon Declaration”, both of which outline conservation initiatives and global sustainable development goals and initiatives.“Parties have listened to the evidence, and have responded by committing,” said UN Assistant-Secretary-General and Executive Secretary of the CBD, Braulio Ferreira de Souza Dias.The funding decision was originally made at the last CBD meeting in Hyderabad, India, in 2012, but there had been disagreement on how to implement it. This time, the participants decided to use average annual biodiversity funding for the years 2006-2010 as a baseline. The targets, in particular, are the least developed countries and the small island developing States, as well as countries with economies in transition.Key decisions taken in Pyongchang, including those on resource mobilization, capacity building, scientific and technical cooperation linking biodiversity and poverty eradication, and on monitoring of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity, form the Roadmap and will, according to the CBD, strengthen capacity and increase support for countries and stakeholders to implement their national biodiversity strategies and action plans.The decisions were bolstered by the call in the Gangwon Declaration, the result of two days of ministerial-level talks, to link the implementation of the post-2015 development agenda to other relevant processes such as the UN Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) process and the national biodiversity strategies and action plans. Governments also agreed to increase domestic financing for biodiversity and boost funding from other resources.“Their commitments show the world that biodiversity is a solution to the challenges of sustainable development and will be a central part of any discussions for the post-2015 development agenda and its sustainable development goals,” Mr. Dias noted in reference to the agenda succeeding the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).The opening of the meeting coincided with the release of the Global Biodiversity Outlook 4 report which tracked progress on the Aichi Biodiversity Targets and drew attention to the implications on broader sustainable development this century.The report cautioned that the world was not on track to meet the 20 targets, which include halving habitat loss, and reducing pollution and overfishing.“The cost of inaction to halt biodiversity decline would give rise to increasing and cumulative economic annual losses to the value of around $14 trillion by 2050,” said UN Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), Achim Steiner.“The decisions made at COP 12 here in Pyeongchang will leapfrog efforts to achieve the Aichi targets and put biodiversity on a stronger footing for decades to come,” he added. Among other decisions, participants agreed to address key threats to marine biodiversity, namely anthropogenic underwater noise and ocean acidification. They also agreed to reduce land based pollution, promote sustainable fisheries and improve the design of marine protected area networks for coral reefs, in line with Aichi Biodiversity Target 10 for coral reefs and closely associated ecosystems. While in Pyeongchang, participants also held the first Meeting of the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Nagoya Protocol (COP MOP-1), which entered into force on 12 October after ratification by the 51st Government. As of today, 54 countries have ratified it. The Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing from the Utilization of Genetic Resources establishes clear rules for accessing, trading, sharing and monitoring the use of the world’s genetic resources that can be used for pharmaceutical, agricultural and cosmetic purposes.Among the decisions agreed to in that meeting were measures to assist institutional capacities in developing countries, and a strategy to raise awareness of the international instrument. “We need to see how the provisions of the Protocol are taken up at the national level,” Mr. Dias said, “and how this facilitates access to genetic resources and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits with those stakeholders and indigenous peoples and local communities who conserve and sustainably use those resources.”In addition, countries agreed on procedures to establish a committee to promote compliance with the Protocol and address cases of non-compliance. read more

ADDIS UN chief hails key role of civil society in financing future

As Member States press on with efforts to reach agreement on a plan to secure the necessary financing for sustainable development, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today told civil society organizations gathered in Addis Ababa that their role is vital in keeping governments accountable and ensuring that the voices of billions around the world are heard. “Now, more than ever, the world needs your advocacy, expertise, and ingenuity,” Mr. Ban told the Global Civil Society Forum, held in the Ethiopian capital from 11 to 12 July. “You are the voice of the people. You can count on the UN to make it heard, loud and clear.” The Forum took place on the eve of the Third International Conference on Financing for Development, which is expected to launch a renewed and strengthened global partnership for financing people-centred development. The Conference, commonly referred to as FFD3, will bring together high-level political representatives, including heads of State and government as well as ministers of finance, foreign affairs and development cooperation, along with international financial institutions, non-governmental organizations and the business sector for to secure resources for the well-being of the world’s people and the planet. “I am inspired by your passion, commitment and energy,” the Secretary-General told the representatives of civil society, adding that their engagement marks the culmination of “untiring efforts” to ensure a successful and meaningful outcome at the Conference. “Over the last year, you have called on Member States to be ambitious to secure the resources we need for the well-being of all people and the health of our planet,” he said. “You have reminded them that a successful outcome in Addis will be necessary to securing an ambitious post-2015 development agenda and a comprehensive agreement on climate change.” Mr. Ban said the Addis Ababa Action Agenda – as the final outcome will be known – provides a comprehensive financing framework for sustainable development, while acknowledging that there are differing views on the level of ambition it contains. “Stakes and expectations are very high. The negotiations were difficult,” he noted. “Yet, the agreement contains several concrete commitments and deliverables that would not have been there without your robust engagement and advocacy. “The real test, of course, will lie in its implementation,” he went on, pointing to four key areas where civil society has a role. The first is the critical issue of domestic resource mobilization. “In too many countries taxation is hampered by illicit financial flows,” said Mr. Ban. “The Action Agenda takes a small but important step in improving international cooperation on tax matters. We need your continued support to increase the voice and participation of developing countries on these matters.” Second, donor countries need to fulfill their commitments on official development assistance (ODA) as well as climate finance, he noted. “I encourage you to continue to hold governments accountable to help the poorest countries and those with special needs.” Third, he said that while the quantity of private investment is crucial, so too is the quality, adding that governments and businesses must address private sector incentive structures and business regulations that encourage short-term or unsustainable investments. “We need your continued pressure to ensure that they better align these structures and regulations with the shift towards sustainable development.” Fourth, he said he is counting on civil society to remind the international community to go beyond the different flows of finance and include trade, debt, systemic issues and domestic and international enabling environments. “Let us seize this opportunity to usher in a new era of international cooperation on financing for sustainable development,” Mr. Ban stated. Stefano Prato, Managing Director of the Society for International Development and a member of the Addis Ababa CSO Coordination Group, told the UN News Centre that the draft outcome document does not contain the level of ambition necessary to meet the new development agenda or the aspirations to transform the economic, financial and monetary systems to be responsive to the needs of people and the planet. Stefano Prato explains what civil society hopes to see at the Third International Conference on Financing for Development (FFD3). Credit: UN News Centre The document, in his view, presented a regression with what was agreed at the two previous financing for development conferences, in Monterrey, Mexico, in 2002 and in Doha, Qatar, in 2008. “Rather than moving forward, we’re actually moving backwards,” he stated. Nevertheless, he stressed that civil society organizations are engaged on many different levels and have a fundamental watchdog responsibility. “Independently of what policy commitments are being taken, it’s fundamental to track what is happening and be able to review and follow up into a process that is not exclusively based on numbers and data – despite their importance – but in the direct participation of those most affected by development challenges,” said Mr. Prato. read more

Kiel with 5 to Blaugrana

THW Kiel are very seriously in the game for the VELUX EHF Final4 in Cologne after first clash against FC Barcelona Lassa 29:24 (16:12). Fantastic game of both goalkeepers, Niklas Landin (18 saves) and Gonzalo Perez de Vargas (17 saves).29 THW Kiel (16+13): Landin; Duvnjak (5), Sprenger, Cañellas (6), Klein (9), Brozovic (1) y Vujin (4), Ferreira, Mamelund, Weinhold (1), Wiencek (1), Anic, Dhamke, Jaanimaa (2) y Williams.24 FC Barcelona Lassa (12+12): Pérez de Vargas; Tomás (2), Entrerríos (3), Sorhaindo (2), Gurbindo, Sigurdsson (2), Jallouz (2), Noddesbo (2), Kopljar, Sarmiento (1), Ariño, Syprzak (1), Morros (1), Jicha (2) y Lazarov (6, 2p). ← Previous Story MVM Veszprem put on silence Jane Sandanski in Skopje Next Story → EHF CL TOP 5 GOALS: Russian wings, Palmarsson… FC Barcelona LassaTHW Kiel read more

Government striving for employment to youth Minister

first_imgVijayawada: Endowment Minister Vellampalli Srinivas said that Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy is working to provide full-fledged employment to the unemployed youth of the state. The minister participated as chief guest at the mega job mela organised by the Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation (APSSDC) at KBN College on Saturday. Hundreds of youth from Krishna, Guntur and Prakasam districts participated in the job mela. Also Read – Goldsmith steals gold by polishing jewelry in Bhimavaram Advertise With Us Speaking on the occasion, the minister said that the Chief Minister is striving to develop the state industrially and provide employment to the youth in the state. He said that APSSDC was training the youth in their skills and providing employment and the youth should make use of the opportunities. He further said that the YSRCP government would provide welfare schemes to all communities in the state and a few steps have been taken regarding the same. He recalled that the former CM YS Rajasekara Reddy had introduced fee reimbursement scheme which has increased literacy in the state. He appealed to the youth to attend the interview boldly. APSSDC ED Hanuma Naik, Krishna district officer P Pranay, Guntur officer Bajibabu, college management, staff and others were present.last_img read more

Local youth keep hopes on jobs as KIA gears up for production

first_imgPenukonda (Anantapur): At a time when the 13,000 crore car manufacturing South Korean major Kia Automobiles project is gearing itself for its commercial production of 3 lakh cars per year at its Penukonda unit in Andhra Pradesh in September 2019, the provision of 75 per cent jobs for locals mandated by the bill passed by the AP Assembly recently has become a topic of discussion in industry and among the unemployed youth. Also Read – Three of a family commits suicide at Amalapuram in East Godavari Advertise With Us Thousands of farmers who gave their agriculture lands for the project were made to believe that their wards would get one job for a family. Hundreds of educated youth, the sons and daughters of farmers and those educated jobless youth in the district are expecting jobs in the company. The company had promised 7,000 jobs out of which 3,000 jobs are highly skilled and are regular jobs who would be on the direct payrolls of the company. The remaining 4,000 jobs will not be on the pay rolls of the company but will be working under private contractors. Also Read – Saaho movie tickets pricey in Nellore Advertise With Us The youth are sceptical about job security if they have to work under private contractors. Besides the contractors have a history of paying less to workers and profiting immensely on workers salary bills. The Kia Management must ensure decent salary payments to those working for Kia even though they are not on their payrolls. The state government also must ensure decent payment to contract workers. The Kia Group has also promised jobs for the local youth even in Ancillary industries. About 3,000 ancillary industries are expected to dot Penukonda. Advertise With Us Kia officials are inaccessible to the media and the public relations department manned by local PROs are not in a position to give details when contacted. Only the Korean officials have answers, but they do not interact with the local media. According to the provisions of the Bill, the company should first give preference for local youth in the mandal. Primarily locals belong to the mandal and then district and then the State and finally other States. If skilled and qualified workers could not be found in the mandal, then they can look for them in the district. The company can call for candidates from the entire State. There is also a provision in the bill for upgrading the skills of candidates by the company within 3 years and finally absorb them in the company. Industry observers are of the opinion that the government should also take steps to prevent harassment to employees. As of now, about 6,000 candidates applied to the Skill Development Corporation for training and nearly 2,000 eligible persons were trained by the corporation. Of the 2,000 trained, the Kia Motors picked up 650 candidates and absorbed them in various jobs. As part of the MOU signed by Kia, about 11,000 jobs will be generated by Kia and its ancillaries. The local people and the youth in particular are demanding the government to constitute an MOU monitoring committee involving Kia, government officials and local MLA so that justice will be rendered to the youth who have high hopes on Kia Motors and its Ancillary Industries.last_img read more

The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Began in 2D

first_imgLink himself went through some trial and error. Meet Biker Link, Tracksuit Link and Musician Link. Tag yourself, #Zelda fans!— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) March 1, 2017The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild could’ve been a very different game. We’re fortunate we got the amazing game that we did.Want to learn more? Here’s everything you need to know about the Nintendo Switch.Buy it now!The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WildNintendo SwitchPro Controller These Games Seem Suspiciously Similar to ‘Breath of the Wild’Fan-Made ‘Zelda’ Tabletop Game Returns You to the Wild The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is here and real and spectacular. This weekend Nintendo Switch, as well as Wii U, owners will be able to play this Game of the Year for themselves. But at this year’s GDC, Nintendo showed that the game hitting shelves March 3 used to look very different. Breath of the Wild is a massive, 3D adventure, but its earliest prototypes resembled the original, 8-bit, 2D, Legend of Zelda on the NES.Watch the entire panel below! What is the “chemistry” of #Zelda: Breath of Wild? All reactions are connected to the world, and of course, Link.— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) March 1, 2017The 2D art style may have been great for testing, and the NES Zelda aesthetic is a fun nod to how much Breath of the Wild hearkens back to that game’s unique sense of freedom and non-linearity. But Breath of the Wild’s final, painterly art style was chosen for more than just aesthetics. The graphics are somewhat cel-shaded, but the team opted for a semi-realistic world as opposed to Wind Waker’s full-on cartoon look because it better communicates to players what is possible in the environment. We can predict how things will behave in a realistic world better than in an abstract cartoon world.But that wasn’t the only surprise we learned about Breath of the Wild’s development. Early prototypes also included a game called Hyrule Wars, an alien-themed adventure called The Legend of Zelda: Invasion, as well as drawings of modern-day Link looking like a total tool with a motorcycle and a guitar.Before there was #Zelda: Breath of the Wild there was.. Hyrule Wars? And an alien attack!? The early concepts were definitely wild.— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) March 1, 2017center_img The quickest way to bring these ideas to life, and present it to the team, a 2D prototype of #Zelda was created.— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) March 1, 2017AdChoices广告The 2D #Zelda prototype we discussed earlier? It was actually 3D, running BotW’s physics and “chemistry” engine in the background!— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) March 1, 2017At the panel, the Zelda team explained how these 2D (technically 3D but with a 2D perspective) prototypes were used to test the game’s various complex systems, systems that had never been in a Zelda game to this extent. These systems include the game’s liberal use of physics, like levitating metal blocks and seeing what happens when you drop them, as well as a chemistry system that dictates what happens to different objects when exposed to fire or electricity.What is the “chemistry” of #Zelda: Breath of Wild? All reactions are connected to the world, and of course, Link.— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) March 1, 2017 Stay on targetlast_img read more

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first_img Photo courtesy of US Electronics Technology | Flat Panel Displays | December 06, 2018 USEI Introduces Windows-Based iPad Medical Imaging Viewing Solution at RSNA 2018 U.S. Electronics Inc. (USEI) recently announced the release of what it calls the world’s first Windows-compatible… read more Related Content Technology | Flat Panel Displays | May 17, 2019 Tru-Vu Monitors Releases New Medical-Grade Touch Screen Display Tru-Vu Monitors released the new MMZBTP-21.5G-X 21.5” medical-grade touch screen monitor. It is certified to both UL… read more Technology | October 05, 2009 Ampronix Recognized for Innovation in Modalixx LCD Display Feature | Flat Panel Displays | April 18, 2018 | Melinda Taschetta-Millane Flat Panel Display Market Outlook The global flat panel display market is predicted to reach $177.3 million by 2027, according to a new report titled “… read more October 5, 2009 – Ampronix, Medical Imaging Technology, is recognized to receive a 2009 Innovations in Healthcare Award by the Adaptive Business Leaders Organization. The Modalixx LCD Display has earned Ampronix recognition in the category of an Innovative Approach to the Delivery of Healthcare. The Adaptive Business Leaders Organization will hold the 11th Annual Innovations in Healthcare Awards Event on October 28, 2009 at the Radisson Hotel in Newport Beach, CA.Ampronix is nominated for the Modalixx LCD Display and the solution it provides to a current global dilemma in the medical imaging community. Due to the end in manufacturing of Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) monitors, the majority of CT and MRI machines with broken CRT displays are left inoperable. These machines each have their own specific output signal, so no ordinary display can be used. Medical institutions can now replace any old legacy display with the Modalixx LCD, increasing the life of a $2 million lab.The Modalixx display provides versatility to meet the specific demands of any medical institution. It is the only multi-modality solution on the market that autosyncs to any legacy color or grayscale analog modality including Cath Lab, MRI, CT, R&F rooms, C-Arm, Endoscopy/ Surgical, Portable X-Ray, and Nuclear Medicine applications. The display works with a range of low line to high line video signals and will upgrade to 2 mega pixel resolution. The Modalixx LCD Display accepts any combination of BNC connections and is compatible with manufacturers such as GE, Siemens, Toshiba, Shimadzu, and Philips.Through cutting edge technology, versatility, and innovation, the Modalixx LCD monitor provides a solution to this global dilemma in the medical imaging community. Modalixx currently provides solutions in the U.S., Europe, South America, and the Middle East and is expected to gain greater recognition worldwide with the semi- finalist nomination for the 2009 Innovative Approach to the Delivery of Healthcare award.For more information: FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Feature | Flat Panel Displays | April 11, 2019 | By Melinda Taschetta-Millane Flat Panels to Help Enhance and Streamline Workflow The flat panel display market shows signs of maturing, however many new applications are available that can help to s read more News | Oncology Diagnostics | February 06, 2019 Oxford University Hospitals Employs Barco Synergi for Multi-disciplinary Cancer Conferences Oxford University Hospitals (OUH) is trialing clinical collaboration technology from Barco for its Multi-disciplinary… read more Sponsored Content | Videos | Flat Panel Displays | December 25, 2018 VIDEO: 50 Years of Innovative Visual Technology EIZO, which means image in Japanese, is a visual technology company that develops and manufactures high-end display s read more center_img Photo courtesy of Barco 50 Years of Innovative Visual TechnologyEIZO, which means image in Japanese, is a visual technology company that develops and manufactures high-end display solutions. 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first_img Lancaster General Health News | Enterprise Imaging | July 29, 2019 Philips Announces 10-year Enterprise Informatics Agreement With Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire de Nancy Philips and Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire (CHRU) de Nancy, a leading academic hospital in the Grand Est… read more John JonesLancaster General Health is a 550-bed system in Central Pennsylvania performing nearly 500,000 exams per year in its major acute-care hospital, rehabilitation hospital, stroke and trauma center, women’s center and 12 outpatient facilities. The 26 diagnostic radiologists and three radiation oncologists at Lancaster Radiology Associates, Ltd., handle all the radiology services for the health system, providing round-the-clock coverage. Leigh S. Shuman, M.D., a practicing radiologist at Lancaster Radiology Associates and the PACS medical director for the health system, and John Jones, radiology PACS administrator, recently spoke to us about the importance of communication and workflow.  Q: Communication has always been an important aspect of radiology, why is that? A: We know that PACS has become something of a commodity; after viewing, reading and reporting an imaging study, it is the information from the study that is the real value and knowing who needs the information, when is it needed and what information they need is key. In the practice of radiology, you are only as good as your communication of the results. However, timely communication comes at a cost to our department and to me; managing the multiple phone calls to locate the right person or checking back to ensure a message has been received is time wasted — time that is better spent on high value activities, such as reporting more studies. We all know how important communication is in today’s world but we also all know how difficult it can sometimes be actually communicate with someone. Q: What have you (Lancaster General Health) done to improve communication? A: Some time ago, we recognized the need to implement a workflow engine and communication tool. We selected QICS, a single system, tightly integrated with our PACS, that provides numerous workflows to help address our quality and regulatory requirements. The inherent flexibility in QICS has allowed us to build and adapt workflows to our own unique needs and helps us quickly adapt to the changing regulatory landscape. And QICS helps make our communication more effective, by understanding your end goal or what you are trying to achieve; QICS can be adapted to any workflow or communication need.Q: What is one of the more recent QICS workflows you developed? And what results have you seen? A: We are the regional stroke center; and recently we implemented a stroke alert workflow. Essentially from a simple click of a button, our stroke alert workflow immediately notifies the neurologist on call and at the same time reports to the ER physician. Our neurologists and ER physicians are very happy with the process and timely communication.  And I like it because as a radiologist, QICS has simplified the workflow for me; I can read the study, see the bleed and push a button on my PACS workstation that starts the QICS notification workflow. I can be assured that the right people have been made aware — within the specified timeframe for the stroke alert protocols. Q: What is a unique way that Lancaster General is using the flexibility in QICS? A: Recently we went live with an ultrasound structured reporting system, so we created a QICS communication workflow to help manage the rollout, user adoption and system issues, in real-time. At any point during the day we have radiologists reporting at seven or eight locations throughout the county and if they had a problem with the reporting system, they could quickly send a message to the implementation team from their PACS workstation. They don’t have to move to a different system or pick up the phone.And with QICS workflow, the radiologists know that their message was delivered, they didn’t have to make numerous phone calls (that would interrupt their reporting) and they knew the issue would be managed (because of the feedback loop in QICS). As a result, we were less impacted during the rollout. In this instance, QICS behaved like a “mini-help” desk Q: How do you demonstrate the value (ROI) of QICS? A: We are often asked this question but it can be difficult to quantify the value of QICS in dollars. However, we can say that one of the important qualities is that it helps keep you out of trouble. In today’s world, hospitals are continually faced with regulatory issues; you have to do critical results test managements and peer review, and you have to be able to track and report on your quality workflows. It is not simply a matter of money, but also of compliance, and QICS helps you do this. I believe that the most valuable aspect of QICS is that it makes interdepartmental communication so much more efficient; whether it is radiologist to technologist, to a colleague or to a physician outside of radiology.  Case study supplied by QICS by peerVue. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | PACS | July 02, 2019 Laurel Bridge and 3M M*Modal Partner to Improve DICOM Structured Reporting July 2, 2019 — Laurel Bridge Software announced an expanded relationship with 3M M*Modal, a provider of clinical docu read more Leigh S. Shuman, M.D. 12PreviousNext Case Study | November 06, 2014 | Sponsored by QICS by peerVue Communication is Key for Lancaster General Health Related Content News | Enterprise Imaging | June 27, 2019 Ambra Health Announces Integration With Box Ambra Health announced an integration with Box to enable the sharing of medical imaging directly from within Box’s… read more Leigh S. 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