The dynamics of healthcare continue to change with the implementation of the electronic medical record. With Electronic Medical Records (EMR) solutions, hospitals can enhance automation, improve the availability of patient information, increase collaboration, and augment the integration of clinical data across the patient care continuum.
Most important is the ability to seamlessly adopt an electronic medical record system with minimal impact to the patient care experience and your healthcare teamís ability to provide the highest standards of patient care. Working together with your hospital team, a strong project manager can provide a smooth, manageable, cost-effective transition to a fully digital workflow.
In business, specific challenges are often all too apparent, but the
most practical solution is not nearly as obvious. Time after time,
I/NET has combined vision and technology to provide effective solutions.
The Phone Automation Manager (PAM) is an example of this. Using the
proprietary conversational interface technology we developed, PAM
provides a complete application for interacting with factory
automation systems over the telephone. Factory personnel can call PAM
to check on automation alarms, query system status, and take action
when necessary to keep things running smoothly. PAM interacts with the
user in a natural, conversational style that can easily be tailored to
the needs of a specific installation.
I/NET has been providing highly innovative technology solutions to
organizations of all types and sizes for more than 20
years. Throughout our history, I/NET has developed technologies in
advance of the rest of the market. But we've also implemented
practical applications of these cutting-edge technologies — from
digital imaging to conversational interfaces.
Though we've often worked behind the scenes, I/NET has a long history
of developing technology firsts. We developed:
- The first commercial digital imaging to bring digital pictures to
analog computer screens — used over 15 years for online posting of
- The enhanced imaging system for the early IPACS system for
transmission and storage of digital X-rays
- A commercial voice recognition system for pathology reporting
- ADSTAR for automated document storage and retrieval
- Internet server technology for the IBM AS/400 that's still in use
worldwide because of reliability and durability that's rare in the
Today, we're moving state-of-the-art natural language into real-world
applications, using our proprietary conversational interface
technology. Developed and refined over several years, under contract
to NASA, we are now offering the technology and products for wider
We invite you to explore the products, people, and technology behind
the business of I/NET.