A Primer on North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)

[ad_1] NAICS (most commonly pronounced as “nakes”) is an industry classification system developed by the statistical agencies of the U.S., Canada and Mexico, respectively the United States Office of Management and Budget, Statistics Canada and Instituto Nacional de Estadística, Geografía e Informática of Mexico. Why these three countries? NAICS was created within the context of…

The Scope in Data Warehousing Consultancy

[ad_1] Data warehousing software’s have a great demand in the market because of the ease that they offer to an organization for handling various projects. There are many data warehousing consultants present in the market, who offer customized solutions to clients. But what is the scope of being a data-warehousing consultant? Read the article. The…

Data Profiling – 10-Steps to Understanding Your Data

[ad_1] 21% of senior IT executives believed that poor data quality costs their company between $10 and $100 million per year, according to a recent survey. And less than 15% believe their data is high quality. Data is coming in through all sorts of processes, manual data-entry, batch feeds from 3rd parties, ecommerce, and the…

What Is Health Care Informatics?

[ad_1] Health care informatics is a combination of health care and information technology, in which aims to enhance the health care system through the use of information technology, such as through expanding information, advance the clinical work flow, and improve the security of the system. It includes a lot of use of information science, computer…

The Role of Nurse Informatics in Healthcare

[ad_1] Nurses and computers of olden days never really had much in common. The nurse tended to her patients, and the computer techs administered their computers. Today, nurse informatics have the skills and abilities in both those worlds. As computers and networks are crucial to the very existence of most businesses today, healthcare is-by far—no…