National management – Anti Nationale http://antinationale.org/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 17:51:59 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://antinationale.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/anti.png National management – Anti Nationale http://antinationale.org/ 32 32 Global Medication Management System Market Report 2022 https://antinationale.org/global-medication-management-system-market-report-2022/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 17:29:04 +0000 https://antinationale.org/global-medication-management-system-market-report-2022/ New York, Sept. 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the “Medication Management System Global Market Report 2022” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06323467/?utm_source=GNW Wiegand AG, Nexus AG, Cardinal Health, Swisslog Healthcare, Hospira Inc., Baxter International Inc., B.Braun Melsungen AG, Epic Systems Corporation and BIQHS. The medication management systems market is expected to grow from $1.95 […]]]>

New York, Sept. 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the “Medication Management System Global Market Report 2022” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06323467/?utm_source=GNW
Wiegand AG, Nexus AG, Cardinal Health, Swisslog Healthcare, Hospira Inc., Baxter International Inc., B.Braun Melsungen AG, Epic Systems Corporation and BIQHS.

The medication management systems market is expected to grow from $1.95 billion in 2021 to $2.38 billion in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 21.7%. The medication management systems market is expected to reach USD 4.86 billion by 2026 with a CAGR of 19.6%.

The Medication Management System market includes sales of medication management system solutions by entities (organizations, individual merchants, and partnerships) that are used to track and validate medications administered to patients during medical care, reduce errors distribution and improve operational efficiency.A Medication management system refers to the management of patient data in the system due to the increasing number of clinical practices and long prescription times.

The medication management system is an automated software solution that provides and manages the administration of medications to patients.

The major product types in medication management systems are computerized physician order entry, clinical decision support system solutions, electronic medication administration records, inventory management solutions, etc. . instructions, which include medication, laboratory and radiology prescriptions.

Different delivery methods include web, cloud, and on-premises. The different types of end users include pharmacies, hospitals and others.

North America was the largest region in the medication management systems market in 2021. Regions covered in the medication management systems market report are Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, the Middle East and Africa.

The Medication Management System Market research report is one of a series of new reports that provide Medication Management System market statistics, including the global market size of the Medication Management System industry. Medication Management System, regional shares, competitors with Medication Management System market share, detailed Medication Management System market segments. , market trends and opportunities, and any other data you may need to thrive in the Medication Management Systems industry. This Medication Management System Market research report provides a comprehensive perspective of everything you need, with an in-depth analysis of the current and future scenario of the industry.

An increase in medical costs is expected to propel the growth of the medication management system market in the future.

Medical management systems are adopted by hospitals because they are effective in reducing costs and increasing efficiency. For example, according to the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services, a US government agency for health and human services, in the United States, National Health Expenditure (NHE) increased by 9.7% to $4.1 trillion. in 2020, and that includes medical spending which grew by 3.5% to $671.2 billion in 2020. Additionally, national health spending is projected to reach $6.2 trillion by 2028 Hence, rising medical costs are driving the growth of the medication management systems market.

New product innovations are the key trend gaining popularity in the medication management system market. Major companies operating in the medication management system industry are focusing on introducing innovative products to maintain their position in the market.

For example, in 2021, Omnicell Inc., an American company that provides medication management solutions and health technology tools, launched Omnicell One, which helps control drug inventory spending, reduce wastage drugs, improve patient safety and manage drug diversion. This system automatically updates the status of drugs and medicines in the system, as well as their availability and the number of units used.

In April 2020, Becton and Dickinson, a US-based medical technology company, acquired GSL Solutions Inc. for an undisclosed amount. With this acquisition, Becton and Dickinson would develop smart medication devices to store and track controlled substances and patient-specific medications. In addition, the agreement would help meet the needs of retail pharmacies. GSL Solutions, Inc. is a United States-based company that develops smart medication devices for medication management.

The countries covered in the Medication Management System market report are Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Russia, South Korea South, the United Kingdom and the United States.
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US Forest Service signs plan for better forest management https://antinationale.org/us-forest-service-signs-plan-for-better-forest-management/ Wed, 28 Sep 2022 23:19:00 +0000 https://antinationale.org/us-forest-service-signs-plan-for-better-forest-management/ RENO, Nev. (KOLO) – The United States Forest Service has signed a memorandum of understanding with four entities documenting their focus on forest management in the Middle Truckee River watershed. The watershed comprises approximately 315,000 acres of land, more than 20,000 of which are managed by the US Forest Service. They hope to develop a […]]]>

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) – The United States Forest Service has signed a memorandum of understanding with four entities documenting their focus on forest management in the Middle Truckee River watershed.

The watershed comprises approximately 315,000 acres of land, more than 20,000 of which are managed by the US Forest Service.

They hope to develop a 10-year vegetation management plan, improve and restore forest health and resilience, reduce the risk of high-severity wildfires, protect communities from wildfire impacts, protect and secure water supply and infrastructure, and identify and augment resource gaps. to achieve implementation at an increased pace and scale.

The Middle Truckee River Watershed Forest Partnership includes the National Forest Foundation, The Nature Conservancy, Truckee Meadows Water Authority, Truckee River Watershed Council, and United States Forest Service – Tahoe National Forest.

“The history of fire suppression in the area has resulted in an increase in forest density and a decrease in fire frequency. These conditions lead to an increased risk of high-severity wildfires and threaten recreation and communities surrounded by the Tahoe National Forest,” said Jonathan Cook-Fisher, District Ranger for the Tahoe National Forest, District of Truckee Ranger.

Collaborative management is already underway across the watershed, including nearly 10,000 acres of projects to better manage forests.

Projects the group hopes will improve forest resilience include thinning smaller trees, prescribed burning, grassland restoration, brush clearing, and more.

While the group is aiming for a 10-year plan, they say further work will be needed after the 10-year period, though they don’t specify what.

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Experts say the city needs a crisis management team https://antinationale.org/experts-say-the-city-needs-a-crisis-management-team/ Sun, 25 Sep 2022 19:00:10 +0000 https://antinationale.org/experts-say-the-city-needs-a-crisis-management-team/ Whether you follow the news via social networks, watch the Today show before you go to work or listen to the evening news after work or read the New York Times or the the wall street journalyou probably noticed that the national media was drawn to the story of Jackson’s neglected drinking water system. Lee […]]]>

Whether you follow the news via social networks, watch the Today show before you go to work or listen to the evening news after work or read the New York Times or the the wall street journalyou probably noticed that the national media was drawn to the story of Jackson’s neglected drinking water system.

Lee Ragland, vice president and director of public relations at Godwin, an integrated marketing firm that’s been in downtown Jackson for 85 years, said there’s no doubt the water crisis has put the city in a negative light.

“If you think of Flint, Michigan, what do you think of?” he said, referring to that city’s drinking water crisis. “I think Jackson finds himself in the same situation. When the visual is brown water coming out of the faucets, it’s not good.

Mignon Kucia, Ph.D., an associate professor of communications at Mississippi College, believes exactly how the sheer amount of media attention is affecting the city’s reputation remains to be seen, but the best outcome one can hope for down the road is neutral. .

The idea being that “people don’t automatically think of ‘bad water’ when they think of Jackson,” she said.

Kucia, who teaches a crisis communication course, said she watched the news on TV as the water crisis unfolded and couldn’t help but think “it’s going to get ugly and Wrong”.

The city of Jackson lacked an effective crisis management program, she said. Many organizations, from churches to publicly traded companies, invest time in crisis management plans so they know how to proceed, how to present a unified voice, and what to say when an unforeseen event occurs that could harm their reputation or to their financial results, she said.

“If we look at Jackson as an organization, it’s obvious there was no plan in place to deal with the crisis, even though we’ve known for years that it was a problem,” said Kucia.

Restaurateur Jeff Good sounded the alarm for many people on Facebook on July 30. He announced that he had received a notice, not from the city of Jackson, but from the Mississippi State Department of Health, that the entire city was once again under a boil water advisory. water due to a breakdown at the sewage treatment plant. This advisory remained in place until September 15, when it was lifted.

Good wrote, “I beg our city to be honest about this and transparently disclose the seriousness of our situation.”

On August 29, Governor Tate Reeves declared a state of emergency due to little or no water pressure in the city, which has since been restored.

The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency was called in for help, as were many other agencies and organizations that could offer specialized assistance. The Mississippi National Guard was set up to distribute water to points throughout the city rather than the only location the city had opened before then on a first-come, first-served basis.

The state has also established a Mobile Incident Command Center, which is in place to assist with repairs and upgrades to the water treatment plant.

An effective crisis communication plan outlines who will be the spokesperson in the event of a crisis, includes pre-written statements tailored to the crisis so nothing is written on the fly and contacts with the media. In Jackson’s case, residents could have been advised before the water crisis to keep bottled water on hand in case the water treatment plant failed, Kucia said.

“Best case scenario, there is a clear leader and a coordinated effort between all parties,” Kucia said. “You would have someone in charge who would say, ‘We’re going to speak with one voice and put people’s needs ahead of our needs to blame someone.

Reeves and Jackson Mayor Antar Chokwe Lumumba failed to initially present a unified voice, she said, with each having their own press conference instead of joining one.

A well-managed crisis has a spokesperson who provides transparent information and admits to the difficulties encountered. “If they handle it well, they have a chance to say, ‘We messed up and this is what we’re doing to improve it,'” Kucia said.

It’s important to provide up-to-date information, she said, because otherwise people are raising concerns that might not be based on social media. “With no information, rumors start to fly,” she said.

Kucia sees a sliver of redemption happening, provided the city uses state and federal resources to fix the drinking water system, is transparent about the work, and effectively mends broken relationships and lost trust.

A sense of community like that happened after Hurricane Katrina hit the Mississippi Gulf Coast could be an unexpected outcome, she said. “It’s the esprit de corps that comes when there’s a problem like after Katrina or 9/11,” she said.

Many organizations across the country have stepped in to provide residents with bottled water and it has been helpful to many residents, Ragland said.

“It’s positive that people came and helped, but it shouldn’t have been necessary,” he said. “It’s something that’s been built over decades. It didn’t happen overnight.”

Rickey Thigpen, president and CEO of Visit Jackson, sees the silver lining as an opportunity to fix the drinking water system in a major way. “We won’t have to have that as one of our weaknesses going forward,” he said.

No city wants to make national news because of a water crisis, but Thigpen sees the silver lining in the mayor’s communication with federal leaders.

“I’m glad the vice president’s account said, ‘We’re in constant communication with Mayor Lumumba in Jackson,'” Thigpen said. “How many names of mayors are on the tongue of the vice-president? »

Visit Jackson caught the attention of his counterparts across the country who wanted to know what they could do to help, he said. Visit Jackson says the city is safe and open for business and the traditional level of service is there, he said.

A good sign, Thigpen said, is that Visit Jackson landed Sept. 9 at the Southeast Tourism Society’s annual meeting scheduled for September 2023.

Only one media group wanted to delay a project in Jackson, he said, but Visit Jackson encouraged the group to stick to their plans.

“We said if you really want to help the city, come now,” Thigpen said. “We are awaiting a definitive answer. I think our message was compelling enough to convince them.

The Visit Jackson Board of Directors announced the Tourism Water Crisis Sustainability Grant program, which has $50,000 in funding, for accommodations, dining, museums and attractions in Jackson, Thigpen said. The funding can be used for reimbursement of ice, water and soft drinks during the water crisis, he said.

Thigpen would like to invite members of the media to return to Jackson after the drinking water system is repaired and in good working order and give them the opportunity to tell this story. “I would like to say, ‘This is where we were and this is where we are now,'” he said.

Above all, Ragland wants Jackson to succeed and thrive because it matters to the entire state.

“We need Jackson to be a strong, vibrant city,” he said. “It’s the state capital. It is the business center. It should be the engine that propels the train.

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Bangladesh is ready to share its experience in dealing with COVID-19 https://antinationale.org/bangladesh-is-ready-to-share-its-experience-in-dealing-with-covid-19/ Sat, 24 Sep 2022 06:31:41 +0000 https://antinationale.org/bangladesh-is-ready-to-share-its-experience-in-dealing-with-covid-19/ UNB | Published: September 24, 2022 12:31:41 Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen emphasized sustained and significant funds being injected for capacity building in the health sector, especially in low-income countries. He welcomed the establishment of the Financial Intermediary Fund at the World Bank to complement investments in Prevention, Preparedness and Response (PPR). Dr Momen […]]]>