CAJ Senior Care Services Deploys Oracle HCM Cloud to Help Establish Innovative HR Management Platform

Oracle have announced that Beijing CAJ Senior Care Services Co. ("CAJ," also known as Right at Home (China)) has adopted Oracle Human Capital Management (HCM) Cloud and Oracle Talent Management Cloud to help establish its HR management platform and improve HR management and efficiency.

With the project recently going live, the new HR system has completed the company's operational management platform that has been designed to effectively support the company's rapid business growth and expansion. Established in 2009 and following a social enterprise model, CAJ is a professional company providing quality senior care and home health care services for elderly, disabled and patients. It aims to become a leader in the elderly healthcare service industry by improving its service quality and personalized service, maximizing HR resources with leading service solutions, and cutting down individual customers' cost burden and overall social endowment cost.

CAJ needed to address many challenges at the early stage of business development, including how to recruit top talent, how to cultivate and train junior staff and how to manage staff. Oracle offers the industry's most complete cloud portfolio, Oracle Cloud, with high flexibility, best practices, easy deployment and high reliability. Because of its exceptional reputation and leading technology, CAJ chose Oracle to help it establish a HR management platform. CAJ hopes to leverage Oracle's global leading cloud platform and best practice to continuously innovate, and create the true value from HR. CAJ adopted Oracle's cloud services to help avoid large upfront investments.

Part of Oracle Cloud, Oracle HCM Cloud and Oracle Talent Management Cloud adopted by CAJ not only provide a good user experience on PC, iPad and iPhone, real-time BI analysis and internal social collaboration, but also integrate multiple functional models including Global HR, Payroll and Benefits, Recruiting, Onboarding, Learning Management, Performance and Goal Management, Talent Review, and Business Intelligence. The first stage of the project has already gone live after a two-month deployment period. CAJ intends to deploy Payroll and Benefits as well as the Performance Management in the next step. The full project is expected to be completed in 2014.

Through the deployment of Oracle HCM Cloud and Oracle Talent Management Cloud, CAJ can streamline the process of recruiting, training and management, realize dynamic multi-dimensional information collection and analysis based on organizational structure, and enable continuous innovation by integrating user experience and social platforms into a corporate talent management system.

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US Healthcare IT Market Outlook to 2017

The U.S. Healthcare IT market has been growing rapidly and offering immense opportunities for players involved in the business.

The market is performing on the back of new product introductions and evolving industry standards. With the cloud computing making a buzz, the U.S. Healthcare IT market is poised to reach new heights. Increasing acceptance of E-health and M-health among medical professionals and hospitals; growing awareness for quality among patients; active participation of players; and new government measures towards rural areas will augment the market growth.

In their latest research study, “US Healthcare IT Market Outlook to 2017”, RNCOS’ analysts have identified and deciphered the market dynamics in important segments to clearly highlight the areas offering promising possibilities for companies to boost their growth. The market is slated to grow at a CAGR of nearly 22% during 2013-2017. The tremendous growth of the market is driven by factors such as rising adoption of EHRs/EMRs, propelling E-health market and remote patient monitoring.

In the report, the U.S. healthcare IT market has been studied in its market scenario, market components, potential growth areas, and key players existing therein. For market performance analysis, the IT hardware dominates the market by acquiring a share of around 53%, followed by IT services market and IT software market.

Further, the market has been broken down into four distinct component segments while their current and future outlooks to 2017 have been analyzed. In addition, the report also covers a detailed analysis of the potential growth areas which helped in clearly identifying and highlighting the segments that offer the maximum opportunity for growth in the country.

The study further delves into the detailed description of the major players in the industry covering description of their businesses and their recent developments. This will help the reader to gain a deeper insight into each key market player. Moreover, market drivers and trends have been discussed along with regulatory frameworks to provide an understanding of the market dynamics. In a nutshell, the research provides all the prerequisite information for intending clients looking out to venture into these markets, and facilitates them to devise strategies, while going for an investment/partnership in the U.S. healthcare IT industry.

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2nd Annual Conference of Telemedicine Society of India 7-8 June 2013

The 2nd annual conference of The Telemedicine Society of India, Odisha Chapter (Oditelecon 2013) was organized by TSI,Odisha Chapter jointly with Telemedicine Center, SCB Medical College, Cuttack on 7th & 8th June 2013 at Indian Medical Association (IMA) house,Ranihat,Cuttack.113 delegates attended the conference.

The conference was inaugurated on 7th evening by principal secretary, health & family welfare department,Govt. of Odisha Sri P.K.Mohapatra,IAS.Dr.N.K.Dhamija, Deputy Commissioner Training & Nodal Officer,Telemedicine, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India,New Delhi attended the function as Guest of Honor and subsequently after inauguration of the conference delivered a guest lecture on “Bringing all medical colleges of India under one umbrella through National Medical College Network-Ministry of Health & FW, Govt. of India Initiatives”.

Teaching faculty from Govt. and private medical colleges of Odisha interacted with Dr.Dhamija for clarification on various operational issues of the proposed network. Health secretary requested Dr.Dhamija to kindly move the Ministry of Health & FW, Govt. of India for including all the three Govt. medical colleges of Odisha in the Network during the first phase.

He also made an appeal to kindly consider if the State-Level Telemedicine Resource Center at Cuttack can be upgraded to a Regional Resource Center for the eastern zone of India and funds that would be required as state Govt.’s share in this regard would be provided by the Odisha Govt. Dr.Dhamija indicated that medical colleges for inclusion in the 1st phase will be decided on the basis of feedback questionnaire analysis outcome.

However as regards the up-gradation of the State-Level Telemedicine Resource Center to Regional Resource Center, he has full support for it and would take up the issue with the concerned authorities in the Ministry.

Dr.Dhamija appreciated the ongoing regular telemedicine activities in Odisha. He indicated that Odisha happens to be the only state in India where all the Dist.Hqrs. hospitals are connected to Govt. medical colleges and are using the facility every day. However he pointed out that the utilization by the districts is poor and needs state Govt.’s intervention for enhancement. The day-long scientific activity on 8th June consisted of guest lectures delivered by Dr.S.K.Mishra & Dr.Anjali Mishra from SGPGIMS,Lucknow; Dr.A.K.Mahapatra from AIIMS, Bhubaneswar and Dr.B.S.Ratta from Ruby Hall Clinic, Pune. Dr.S N Mohanty from OTTET talked on “taking telemedicine to rural Odisha on a PPP mode”.

Dr.Anusaya Das of Satya Sai Telemedicine Center, Bhubaneswar indicated that their center has been offering services in cardiology and neurology for last several years. In the afternoon a panel discussion was organized on “Expanding Horizons of Telemedicine in Odisha”. Telemedicine experts from various Govt. and private health institutions using telemedicine technology participated in the discussion and offered their views.

Dr.Mishra requested CDAC to take necessary steps at their end for providing access from all Dist.Hqrs. hospitals of Odisha directly to SGPGIMS,Lucknow for benefit the people of this state. There were 21 speakers in the conference from 12 different organizations. Telemedicine nodal officers and telemedicine technical personnel from all Govt.medical colleges & district Hqrs. hospitals attended the conference. Govt. permission was granted to all of them with provision of TA for attending the conference.

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Report of 2nd Annual Conference of Telemedicine Society of India7-8 June 2013

The 2nd annual conference of The Telemedicine Society of India, Odisha Chapter (Oditelecon 2013) was organized by TSI,Odisha Chapter jointly with Telemedicine Center, SCB Medical College, Cuttack on 7th & 8th June 2013 at Indian Medical Association (IMA) house,Ranihat,Cuttack.113 delegates attended the conference.

The conference was inaugurated on 7th evening by principal secretary, health & family welfare department,Govt. of Odisha Sri P.K.Mohapatra,IAS.Dr.N.K.Dhamija, Deputy Commissioner Training & Nodal Officer,Telemedicine, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India,New Delhi attended the function as Guest of Honor and subsequently after inauguration of the conference delivered a guest lecture on “Bringing all medical colleges of India under one umbrella through National Medical College Network-Ministry of Health & FW, Govt. of India Initiatives”.

Teaching faculty from Govt. and private medical colleges of Odisha interacted with Dr.Dhamija for clarification on various operational issues of the proposed network. Health secretary requested Dr.Dhamija to kindly move the Ministry of Health & FW, Govt. of India for including all the three Govt. medical colleges of Odisha in the Network during the first phase.

He also made an appeal to kindly consider if the State-Level Telemedicine Resource Center at Cuttack can be upgraded to a Regional Resource Center for the eastern zone of India and funds that would be required as state Govt.’s share in this regard would be provided by the Odisha Govt. Dr.Dhamija indicated that medical colleges for inclusion in the 1st phase will be decided on the basis of feedback questionnaire analysis outcome.

However as regards the up-gradation of the State-Level Telemedicine Resource Center to Regional Resource Center, he has full support for it and would take up the issue with the concerned authorities in the Ministry.

Dr.Dhamija appreciated the ongoing regular telemedicine activities in Odisha. He indicated that Odisha happens to be the only state in India where all the Dist.Hqrs. hospitals are connected to Govt. medical colleges and are using the facility every day. However he pointed out that the utilization by the districts is poor and needs state Govt.’s intervention for enhancement. The day-long scientific activity on 8th June consisted of guest lectures delivered by Dr.S.K.Mishra & Dr.Anjali Mishra from SGPGIMS,Lucknow; Dr.A.K.Mahapatra from AIIMS, Bhubaneswar and Dr.B.S.Ratta from Ruby Hall Clinic, Pune. Dr.S N Mohanty from OTTET talked on “taking telemedicine to rural Odisha on a PPP mode”.

Dr.Anusaya Das of Satya Sai Telemedicine Center, Bhubaneswar indicated that their center has been offering services in cardiology and neurology for last several years. In the afternoon a panel discussion was organized on “Expanding Horizons of Telemedicine in Odisha”. Telemedicine experts from various Govt. and private health institutions using telemedicine technology participated in the discussion and offered their views.

Dr.Mishra requested CDAC to take necessary steps at their end for providing access from all Dist.Hqrs. hospitals of Odisha directly to SGPGIMS,Lucknow for benefit the people of this state. There were 21 speakers in the conference from 12 different organizations. Telemedicine nodal officers and telemedicine technical personnel from all Govt.medical colleges & district Hqrs. hospitals attended the conference. Govt. permission was granted to all of them with provision of TA for attending the conference.

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