Document Storage Systems, Inc.
For more than 20 years, DSS has worked extensively with VistA/CPRS and the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) to modernize the legacy system’s performance and improve efficiencies for clinical and administrative users.
International Business Machines Corporation
The International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) is an American multinational technology and consulting corporation, with headquarters in Armonk, New York, United States. IBM manufactures and markets computer hardware and software, and offers infrastructure, hosting and consulting services in areas ranging from mainframe computers to nanotechnology.
Aridhia Informatics, Ltd.
Aridhia use a unique blend of health informatics and analytics to provide an opportunity for healthcare providers, payers, researchers and regulators to bridge the gap between constrained resources and escalating demand for service, whilst crucially improving the quality of patient care and patient outcomes.
Vu2Vu Networks, Ltd.
Vu2Vu is a customer service provider (CSP) for Vidyo Inc., the market leader in Personal Telepresence video conferencing systems. Vidyo pioneered the use of Scalable Video Coding (SVC) solutions for video conferencing in 2005 and supplies the technology that powers 40% of the major forces in unified communications solutions.
Health Innovation Hub
The HIH is a government supported initiative under the Action Plan for Jobs 2013. Its purpose is to support Ireland’s healthcare industries and the Irish healthcare system to collaborate in developing new solutions that improve costs.
Applied Research for Connected Health
ARCH is a research initiative which conducts innovative and applied research to support the deployment, adoption and reimbursement of Connected Health solutions. ARCH is funded by Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland under the Technology Centres Programme and is steered by a group of Industry Partners who are actively involved in the Connected Health sector.
National Health Service, UK
The four publicly funded healthcare systems in the countries of the United Kingdom, may be referred to as the National Health Service (NHS). The systems are primarily funded through central taxation. They provide a comprehensive range of health services, the vast majority of which are free at the point of use for people legally resident in the United Kingdom. The four systems are mostly independent from each other apart from a few functions involving cross-border services (e.g. Carstairs State Mental Hospital which serves Scotland and Northern Ireland) or UK Department of Health control (e.g. transplant services); otherwise, they operate under different management, rules, and political authority.