e-MedSoft.com's U.K. Division to Preview Its e-Procurement Software at Exchange in Healthcare Information Conference.Business Editors/High-Tech & Health Writers
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 29, 2000
e-MedSoft.com (AMEX AMEX
See: American Stock Exchange :MED), a leading application service provider (ASP) of comprehensive health-care portal solutions, today announced that its U.K. division, e-Net Technology, will be showcasing the company's B2B (Business to Business) Refers to one business communicating with or selling to another. See B2B e-commerce, B2C and B2G.
B2B - business to business software and services product, known as e-MedConnect in the United States United States, officially United States of America, republic (2005 est. pop. 295,734,000), 3,539,227 sq mi (9,166,598 sq km), North America. The United States is the world's third largest country in population and the fourth largest country in area. and as esparto esparto
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The esparto solution provides a direct procurement source for organizations within the health-care sector to purchase goods and consumable maintenance, repair and operating supplies and services, saving them both time and money by making the supply chain more transparent.
The esparto e-business application suite -- which is capable of running on all platforms and interfacing with all leading databases -- has been adapted by e-MedSoft's e-Net Division for use in procurement because of its exceptional speed, scalability and resilience.
The esparto e-procurement solution improves the overall delivery time frame and efficiency of supply delivery as well as eliminating inaccurate order entries within hospitals and other health-care organizations by replacing traditional paper-based ordering to allow for "just-in-time" purchasing, thereby reducing the amount of inventory held at any one time.
Health-care staffs operating the application are able to browse a product catalog and select items to specific requirements and technical specifications from preapproved suppliers. Once the "virtual shopping Virtual shopping is a form of e-commerce giving the ability for individuals to shop remotely via a computer network connection, normally on the Internet using the World Wide Web. cart" has been filled and the order placed, it is instantaneously passed into the requisitioning process for approval by an authorized user authorized user Radiation physics A person who, having satisfied the applicable training and experience requirements, is granted authority to order radioactive material and accepts responsibility for its safe receipt, storage, use, transfer and disposal , thus empowering staff to make procurement decisions within predefined budgets.
John F. Andrews
John Forrester Andrew was a United States Representative from Massachusetts. He was born in Hingham on November 26, 1850. , e-MedSoft.com's chairman and chief executive officer, stated: "We believe that e-MedSoft.com is well positioned to continue the rollout of our B2B software and services, and have been extremely pleased with the demand for them, both in the United States as well as abroad.
"The HIC2000 conference provides an excellent opportunity to showcase our solutions and to demonstrate the flexibility and cost-effectiveness they provide in helping health-care organizations conduct their business."
e-MedSoft.com, a leading application service provider (ASP) of comprehensive health-care portal solutions, is leading a transition in the medical industry, as it is the first subscription-based health- care management system available for delivery through the Internet.
Through the Internet and its Java-based integrator, which utilizes Sun Microsystems Sun Microsystems, Inc. (NASDAQ: JAVA) is an American vendor of computers, computer components, computer software, and information-technology services, founded on 24 February 1982. Inc.'s (Nasdaq:SUNW SUNW Sun Microsystems, Inc (former stock symbol; now JAVA)
SUNW Stanford University Network Workstation (Sun Microsystems, Inc) ) Java technology, e-MedSoft.com's software facilitates communication across diverse platforms and languages in unlimited capacity, allowing for the interlink INTERLINK - A commercial product comprising hardware and software for file transfer between IBM and VAX computers. of doctors, hospitals, clinics, HMOs, insurance companies, financiers and government agencies.
The ease and low cost with which it can be implemented; its Internet-based ASP model, which reduces the need to build internal IT infrastructures; and its ability to allow for the exchange of information across diverse platforms and systems bode well for its widespread adoption by the medical community.
e-MedSoft.com also operates the e-Net Technology group of companies. e-Net group focuses on removing the complexity of Web- enabling business processes by providing a complete range of Internet managed services An umbrella term for third-party monitoring and maintaining of computers, networks and software. The actual equipment may be inhouse or at the third-party's facilities, but the "managed" implies an ongoing effort; for example, making sure the equipment is running at a certain quality and information technology solutions, and by utilizing strategic partners Sun Microsystems, Oracle Corp. and Cisco Systems “Cisco” redirects here. For other uses, see Cisco (disambiguation).
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e-MedSoft.com's products are built on the foundations of speed, ease of use, security, scalability and resilience. For more information, see http://www.e-medsoft.com, www.enetgroup.co.uk and www.magnumfinancial.com.
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Transaction processing systems are the backbone of an organization because they update constantly. services, software programs, clinical and financial transaction services, and e-commerce systems to its clientele. Management's forward-looking statements further assume that the company will be able to successfully develop and execute on its strategic relationships. Many known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors, including general economic conditions and risk factors detailed from time to time in news releases and the company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, may cause these forward-looking statements to be incorrect in whole or in part. The company expressly disclaims any intent or obligation to update any forward-looking statements. Actual results or events could differ materially from those anticipated in the forward-looking statements because of a variety of factors set out above, including, without limitation, acceptance by customers of the company's products, changing technology, competition in the health-care market, government regulation of health care, the company's limited operating history, general economic conditions, availability of capital and other factors.
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