Highlights from the 2018 MEDITECH Physician & CIO Forum
by Rich Robinson, Director of Marketing & Account Management One of the highlights of every fall is the opportunity to join 300 fellow MEDITECH physicians, chief information officers, and partners at MEDITECH’s beautiful Foxborough campus to hear about best practices that customers have implemented and of course new product innovations to the MEDITECH Expanse EHR system This year was no exception. MEDITECH lined up a phenomenal keynote speaker in Dr. Ted James, Medical Director from Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital. His insights into change management, personal motivation, leadership and enhancing the patient experience were an inspiration. As nearly half of this year’s attendees were physicians, his message resonated especially well MEDITECH Executive Vice President Hoda Sayed-Friel, outlined…
U.S. CUSTOMS UPDATE: Importer Security Filing (ISF) 5 Delayed Enforcement Period Ending March 15,...
U.S. Customs Update: Importer Security Filing (ISF) 5 Delayed Enforcement Period Ending March 15, 2019 Last week, U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) issued an update regarding the enforcement of ISF-5 via the Cargo Systems Messaging Service (CSMS). The update states the following "CBP is ending its delayed enforcement period for ISF-5 violations and will begin issuing liquidated damages claims for violations of the ISF-5 requirements on March 15, 2019. Please ensure that you are in compliance before that time." If you have not done so, we highly suggest you test your current filing process to ensure you completely meet all the requirements Vilden's Customs filing products already support ISF 5 and 10. You are welcome…
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