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  • Hourly – 1 to 3 months – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    Observation and Analysis the ongoing development process for IHE Laboratory domain integration project using respective HL7 standards and Communication Technology. His main responsibility to be find out the obstacle and possibility to be successive in upcoming Connectathon, Knowledge sharing/simulation of real life Connectathon for IHE Laboratory Domain. Must be experience with Gezelle Order Manager , EVS Client and respective profiles of IHE Laboratory Domain as following: 1. [LTW] Laboratory Testing Workflow 2. [XD-LAB] Sharing Laboratory Reports describes the content 3 ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $40.00 Posted
    Write blog articles and attract viewers to blog articles. I wil pay $1/article and need about 50 articles done. Blog is health topics. You will summarize health topics such as hypertension, diabetes, cellulitis, first aid, stroke. Information is available on cdc website, e medicine, up to date..Articles can be short 3-4 paragraphs with complete and correct English. Need to incorporate 2 pictures for each article.
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $100.00 Posted
    We are a billing company located in the USA. We are exploring a new service offering for physicians (tele-health, etc). We need someone to do the required market research and come up with validation of the concept / service, opportunities, strategies and market direction (in the wake of ACO model, etc). If you have the experience, please respond. This is a fixed bid project only.
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $50.00 Posted
    Hello- Thanks for your interest in our position. We are currently seeking enthusiastic, creative, and motivated journalists to help create our voice on our new online resource www.doctorreview.org Its healthcare newest way to help patients find qualified doctors for elective health care. The issue with the current state of things in our space is that there is all kinds of content that is available to educate people on elective procedures, but there isn't anything that provides a ...
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