Testimonials


Medexter's Arden Syntax: Well-Supported and Up-to-Date (January 22, 2015)"I have experience with three versions of Arden Syntax from three different venders. Although my experience with the other two vendors is years old and almost a decade in one case. For the last three years I have had the pleasure of implementing and using Medexter's Arden Syntax at University of Colorado Health. We selected and continued with Medexter for two important reasons 1) Medexter’s versions of the Arden Syntax always have been current with the latest HL7 version including fuzzy data types and fuzzy operators; and 2) Medexter’s support and responses to my questions have always be timely and helpful.  In addition they frequently ask for suggestions to improve their Arden Syntax products. I really appreciate their attitude of excellence and service." Michael A. Jones, PharmD, Consultant in CDS and Arden MLM Developer, Los Lunas, New Mexico, U.S.A.

Fuzzy Logic (November 16, 2014)"By implementing fuzzy logic and fuzzy methodologies in Moni, the usual "black and white"—and thus partially arbitrary—approach to evaluating presence or absence of clinical states in a patient was overcome." Prof. Dr. Walter Koller, Professor emeritus for Hospital Hygiene, Medical University of Vienna, Austria.

Multifunctional Tool (October 27, 2014)—"Moni—whose first releases were designed for healthcare-acquired infection surveillance—has been extended into what is now a multifunctional tool that also integrates smoothly into bedside routines." Prof. Dr. Walter Koller, Professor emeritus for Hospital Hygiene, Medical University of Vienna, Austria.

Must-Have (July 4, 2014)—"We are working on a HL7 project, so the Arden Syntax is a 'must-have'." Nerijus Gaidjurgis, System Architect, Profectus Novus, Vilnius, Lithuania.

Unique Product (July 2, 2014)—"The MEDEXTER product is the only 'free-standing' Arden Syntax authoring and execution product set that I could identify." Clayton Curtis, MD, PhD, OIA/HI Knowledge Based Systems and VHA-IHS Interagency Liaison for Health IT Sharing, VAMC (WHC), U.S.A.

Application Possibilities (May 26, 2014)—"I really liked your Arden Syntax training course. I learned a lot and and can now well imagine various application possibilities for the Arden Syntax." Mareike Paul, MSc., Research Associate, University of Applied Sciences, Osnabrück, Germany.

Research Impulses (May 25, 2014)—"Thank you very much for the excellent organization of your Arden Syntax training course. My short visit in Vienna was of great importance to me and will possibly influence my future research activities." Mario Cypko, Research Associate, Innovation Center Computer-Assisted Surgery (ICCAS), Faculty of Medicine, University of Leipzig, Germany.

I Love Hepaxpert! (February 22, 2010)—"I love Hepaxpert! For the last 20 years I have prepared physician written opinions for all job-related blood-borne pathogen exposures at my facility. These are prepared for the signature of the physician who reviews and evaluates treatment(s), need for post exposure prophylaxis, etc. Hepaxpert is a tremendous time saver and serves as a teaching tool for MDs who are new to this area of medicine. It provides science-based concise text/print outs explaining with great clarity the often complex maze of hepatitis lab results." Cynthia Crossley, M Ms CIV USA MEDCOM BMACH, US Army. Cynthia has been using Hepaxpert’s generated hepatitis A, B, and C serology test interpretations for several years. We are very pleased to help.

 

 

© 2007–2016 Medexter. All rights reserved  |  Terms of Use  |  Privacy Policy  |  Imprint  |  Login/Logout