Oracle Healthcare is Exhibiting at the WHIT 2007

Oracle HealthcareThe World of Health IT 2007 (WHIT 2007) is the interactive platform for the EMEA region. Prominent representatives from major world companies will provide insight into emerging trends, while managers, practitioners and technicians will provide case studies, tips and solutions. WHIT 2007 Exhibition will robustly complement the Conference, gathering some 100 exhibitors from around the region to demonstrate new strategies, tools and technology designed to enhance the day-to-day quality of healthcare delivery through ICT.

While at the conference, visit Oracle in Booth 613 where will be demonstrated the world-class healthcare solutions, including:

  • Human Capital Management and Finance and Procurement
  • Business Intelligence
  • Technology including Service Oriented Architecture, Fusion Middleware and DICOM
  • Oracle Healthcare Transaction Base
  • Patient Relationship Managment

Also at the Oracle booth will be several of Oracle partners including:

  • Toumaz Technology Sensor Based Technology
  • Geodan: RFID-based solutions for tracking medical equipment, vehicles, personnel and patients in real time
  • CSAM Portal
  • CSC Scandihealth

For further information, please visit:
http://www.worldofhealthit.org

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About Oracle Healthcare Solutions
Oracle for Healthcare delivers a powerful combination of technology and comprehensive business applications, including key functionality built specifically for healthcare payers, providers, and government healthcare agencies. Only Oracle offers a unified data model, so you can manage huge volumes of patient and insurance information, ensure regulatory compliance, and procure and manage materials as economically as possible. For further information, visit www.oracle.com/industries/healthcare/.

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