Allowing better storage, organization, processing, and analysis of information, the implementation of a laboratory management information system
in accordance to ISO 15189:2012 will create more reliable and efficient processes for the collection and analysis of medical samples.
To evaluate the impact of organizational culture (tribal, adhocracy, market, hierarchy) as independent variable on the adoption of management information systems
(as dependent variable), a logistic regression analysis was performed.
On the occasion, participants were briefed about the setup of Electronic Management Information Systems
, mechanism, auto report generation, activities, objectives and its proposed results.
Koumpis, with a Greek software company, explains how conceptions, theories, ideas and uses of earlier management information systems
can be adapted to provide an integrative framework of concepts, methodologies, and infrastructure for an emerging service-based world that will be based on existing and forthcoming advanced technologies such as the Semantic Web, ubiquitous computing, and the Internet of Things.
Best practices are given for the design, development, implementation, and use of facilities management information systems
, along with a list of standard data elements.
Cloud computing, which means shared resources, software and data are provided to computers and other devices on demand via the web, is starting to make its presence felt in the world of risk management information systems
(RMIS)--especially with middle-market companies.
Online business is one of the newer focus areas in the Department of Accounting and Management Information Systems
(MIS) at KFUPM's College of Industrial Management.
A risk management information system
allows the user to compare losses in one region against other regions by the types of injury, and when, where and how they occurred.
Travelers has announced the release of the Key Performance Indicators (KPI) Dashboard, a new feature of the carrier's e-CARMA Risk Management Information System
Edited by Straub (information systems, Georgia State U.), Goodman (international affairs and computing, Georgia Institute of Technology), and Baskerville (information systems, Robinson College of Business), this volume of Advances in Management Information Systems
is the first of several to address issues of information security and as such it focuses on matters of policy, strategy, and processes necessary for the establishment of the overall security posture of an organization and leaves discussion of supportive technological and organizational measures for later volumes.
PEO STAMIS (Standard Army Management Information Systems
) began in April 1987 with five programs.