BioMedix TRAKnet software program suite receives APMA Seal of Acceptance Today.

BioMedix TRAKnet software program suite receives APMA Seal of Acceptance Today, the BioMedix TRAKnet software program suite was granted the prestigious American Podiatric Medical Association Seal of Acceptance. BioMedix may be the only company to get the APMA Seal of Acceptance for Electronic Wellness Record and Practice Administration software. ‘TRAKnet can be an invaluable device for our member podiatrists since it integrates way of life such as for example electronic health information, charting, billing and scheduling into one comprehensive program,’ stated APMA President Kathleen Rock, DPM. ‘The machine also helps our people benefit from federal incentives wanted to physicians using digital medical records.’ TRAKnet Digital Wellness Record and Practice Administration software can be an expandable, all-in-one practice management system that enables seamless procedure and increased performance while reducing costs.Related StoriesUnderstanding the sources of sudden death in epilepsy: an interview with Professor Sanjay SisodiyaOrganoid Biobank for predicting tumor patient response to drugsStudy links antibiotic use during childhood to pounds gain’We’re very happy to receive this patent which broadly protects Celator’s CombiPlex technology, the building blocks of our current item pipeline,’ stated Scott Jackson, ceo of Celator Pharmaceuticals. ‘Our lead investigational item, CPX-351, recently reported positive Phase 2 data and planning is for Phase 3 underway. With the Patent Term Adjustment, this patent provides protection until January 2027, which extends market exclusivity for CPX-351 significantly.’.

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